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By Randy Holndoner (@bhawkschatter) The Minnesota Wild currently hold a 3 point lead over the Chicago Blackhawks for the lead in the Central Division and the Western Conference. Sunday, they get together for what will feel like a 10:30am start, thanks to the television scheduling and daylight savings time switch where we lose an hour. […]
By Randy Holndoner (@bhawkschatter) If not for Jaromir Jagr, Chicago Blackhawks‘ right winger, Marian Hossa would arguably be the oldest player in the league that is still making a major impact in scoring production for his team, and shows no signs of stopping. Hossa, who recently turned 38, hit another milestone in his career as […]
In professional sports, every athlete experiences a slope of progression. Their younger years are full of development and striving to reach their full potential. Eventually, an athlete hits the prime of their career where they experience their highest level of performance. Then, as age begins to take its toll, players go through a regression and their […]
The Chicago Blackhawks ended a two-game losing streak last night as they shutout the Arizona Coyotes 4-0. Chicago is now 17-8-3 through 28 games and are tied with the Montreal Canadiens for the most points in the National Hockey League. Starting out a game slowly, in regards to offense, is becoming quite a trend for […]
2012 NHL Draft \ Alex Galchenyuk \ Barrie Colts \ Cody Ceci \ Guelph Storm \ Marian Hossa \ Matt Finn \ NHL Draft \ OHL \ Ontario Hockey League \ Oshawa Generals \ Ottawa 67's \ Peterborough Petes \ Plymouth Whalers \ prospects \ Sarnia Sting \ Scott Laughton \ Slater Koekkoek \ Tanner Pearson \ Tom Wilson
By Todd Cordell (@ToddCordell) As we inch closer and closer to the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, I’ll continue to plug away at as many prospect profiles on the top draft eligible players from the Ontario Hockey League as I can. All of my 2012 draft eligible profiles can be found at the bottom of the […]
When an independent arbitrator awarded defenseman Shea Weber a record one-year, $7.5 million salary yesterday for the 2011-12 season, it brought a harsh NHL reality to the forefront for the Nashville Predators.
Antti Niemi \ Arron Asham \ Blair Betts \ Braydon Coburn \ Brian Boucher \ Chicago Blackhawks \ Claude Giroux \ Danny Briere \ James van Riemsdyk \ Kimmo Timonen \ Kris Versteeg \ Marian Hossa \ Matt Carle \ Michael Leighton \ National Hockey League \ Patrick Sharp \ Philadelphia Flyers \ Prospects \ Ryan Parent \ Scott Hartnell \ Simon Gagne \ stanley cup \ Stanley Cup Finals \ Tomas Kopecky \ Troy Brouwer \ Ville Leino
Why the Flyers were swept away in a wild Windy City affair.
2010 Stanley Cup \ Antti Niemi \ Braydon Coburn \ Brent Seabrook \ Brian Campbell \ Chicago Blackhawks \ Chris Pronger \ Claude Giroux \ Daniel Briere \ Dave Bolland \ Duncan Keith \ Dustin Byfuglien \ Jeff Carter \ Joel Quenneville \ Jonathan Toews \ Kimmo Timonen \ Kris Versteeg \ Marian Hossa \ Matthew Carle \ Michael Leighton \ Mike Richards \ Niklas Hjalmarsson \ Patrick Kane \ Patrick Sharp \ Peter Laviolette \ Philadelphia Flyers \ Prospects \ Simon Gagne \ stanley cup \ Stanley Cup Finals \ Ville Leino
Dustin Leed breaks down the Stanley Cup Finals