Marian Hossa: 3 Career Hawks Highlights
In May 2018, Marian Hossa of the Chicago Blackhawks announced, “I will not be playing hockey anymore” to the Chicago Tribune. This didn’t come as much of a surprise, for he didn’t play the 2017-18 season due to a skin condition. What came as a surprise to Blackhawks fans was when his contract was traded to the […]
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Blackhawks Showdown: Hull vs. Kane
As the COVID-19 crisis has paused the NHL season, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the history of Chicago Blackhawks. Today we decide once and for all who the greatest forward in Blackhawks history is – Bobby Hull or Patrick Kane. Related: Flyers Showdown – Eric Lindros vs. Bobby Clarke It’s important to note […]
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Blackhawks Top 3 Current Rivalries
The Chicago Blackhawks have some of the most historic rivalries in National Hockey League history. Although many of them are in the past, the Blackhawks have earned plenty of enemies in the last decade with their three Stanley Cups in six seasons. Here are the top three current rivals of the Blackhawks. St. Louis Blues Although it […]
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Blackhawks: The Case for Brandon Saad
Before the trade deadline in February, rumors were swirling that the Chicago Blackhawks would possibly trade Brandon Saad. His contract doesn’t expire until the end of the 2020-21 season, but nobody is safe with the Blackhawks’ salary cap situation. Related: Best #9’s in NHL History Despite having a rough return to the Blackhawks’ roster, Saad […]
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Blackhawks: Upcoming Free Agents in 2020
After an eventful trade deadline day that included the departures of goaltender Robin Lehner and defenseman Erik Gustafsson, the Chicago Blackhawks are still left with several pending free agents. With today’s salary cap, it’s impossible to keep all of these players on the roster, so it’s important to examine which ones will be worth keeping […]
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Top 5 Captains in Blackhawks History
To be named the captain of an NHL team is an honor. He is the first to hoist the Stanley Cup after a victory and is often the center of media attention. He is the one who interacts with the refs on the ice and is often the face of the organization. Every team has […]
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Dominik Kubalik: The Blackhawks’ Dark Horse
It’s safe to say that Dominik Kubalik is the dark horse of the Chicago Blackhawks. With 21 goals and 11 assists in 49 games, he’s a rising star in the Blackhawks locker room and is in the discussion for a possible nomination for the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the Year. Here is a quick […]
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Top 3 Wingers in Blackhawks History
In hockey, wingers have a simple job: score goals. As easy as it sounds, it takes a lot to be a top winger in the NHL. The Chicago Blackhawks are lucky to have had plenty of strong wingers throughout the history of their franchise, but a few stand out much more than the others. Here is […]
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Blackhawks Plagued by Injury Bug
The Chicago Blackhawks have had their fair share of bad luck and problems so far this season. The problems seem to be never-ending, but the majority of their bad luck seems to be coming from the injury bug sweeping across their locker room. Duncan Keith and Dylan Strome have both recovered and returned from their […]
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Blackhawks a Little Softer Without Shaw
The Chicago Blackhawks have had their fair share of bad luck so far this season. Things were looking up in the offseason when former player Andrew Shaw returned to the roster, but he recently fell to the injury bug that has plagued their locker room. He was placed on long-term injured reserve in late November […]
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Blackhawks Top 3 Historic Rivalries
The Chicago Blackhawks have been in the National Hockey League (NHL) since 1926 and a team doesn’t last that long in a professional sports league without gaining some enemies. In their nine decades in the NHL, the Blackhawks have earned six Stanley Cups and countless foes. Some are of the past but that doesn’t mean […]
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Blackhawks: 3 Strengths & 3 Weaknesses
It’s no secret that the Chicago Blackhawks have had a bad year and hopes for the playoffs are long gone. Even though the chance of bringing another Stanley Cup back to the Windy City is over, the Hawks aren’t giving up on their season and are looking for what to improve on in the future. […]
Schmaltz’s Future With the Blackhawks
The 2018 playoffs are a distant dream for the Chicago Blackhawks for the 2017-18 season, so it’s best for the team to focus on how to improve for next season. One of the unlikely shining stars for the Hawks this season has been Nick Schmaltz, who has tallied 15 goals and 24 assists in 53 games. Alongside Vinnie […]
Vinnie Hinostroza: Five Quick Facts
It’s no secret that the Chicago Blackhawks have struggled this season, but since being recalled from the minors in December, Vinnie Hinostroza has become one of their rising stars. Putting aside whether or not he has what it takes to make it in the NHL, there is no question that he has grown as a player […]
Does Hinostroza Have What It Takes?
The last thing a hockey player wants to hear is that they’re being sent to the minors. For Vinnie Hinostroza of the Chicago Blackhawks, this was his reality after training camp. He played for their AHL affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs, until the Hawks recalled him in December and he came back stronger than ever. Only […]
‘If These Walls Could Talk’ by Mark Lazerus
Most Chicago Blackhawks fans are familiar with the name Mark Lazerus. He is a Blackhawks beat writer for the Chicago Sun-Times and is known for his entertaining articles as well as hilarious tweets. In his new book, If These Walls Could Talk: Chicago Blackhawks, Lazerus highlights everything from the Renaissance era of the Blackhawks. From the dark days in the […]
Blackhawks in October: 5 Highlights
The Chicago Blackhawks played 12 games in the month of October, finishing with a record of 5-5-2. Although they had a solid start, they began to slip as the month went on and lost the last three games of October. The Hawks had a mediocre opening month of the 2017-18 season, but there were plenty […]
Is Hayden’s Grit & Speed What the Blackhawks Need?
Making the roster after training camp was the first step to John Hayden’s journey of the 2017-18 season as a Blackhawk. He proved himself worthy in training camp and during the preseason through his speed and the physicality that he brings to the ice. He is the first strong enforcer the Hawks have seen in […]
Is Saad the Blackhawks’ Missing Piece?
Brandon Saad’s return to the Chicago Blackhawks has plenty of Hawks fans excited. With two early playoff exits in a row, the Hawks are missing a piece to their Stanley Cup puzzle. Saad, who was brought back by way of a trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets for Artemi Panarin during the offseason, could be that missing piece. Saad’s […]
What Will the Hawks Do Without Panarin?
One of the most talked about trades of the 2017 offseason was the Artemi Panarin of the Chicago Blackhawks and Brandon Saad of the Columbus Blue Jackets trade. The trade led to many questions, and it will be a telling season for the Hawks. The biggest question is how well they will manage without him. What the […]
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