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Philipp Kurashev

Penguins Beat Blackhawks In Evgeni Malkin’s 1,000th Game

Recap The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 5-3 in a very eventful night at the United Center.  Before the game, the Blackhawks honored former player Marian Hossa by retiring his number 81 during a 90-minute pregame ceremony that delayed the game by almost half an hour.  During the warmups, the Penguins did Evgeni Malkin’s […]

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Philipp Kurashev

The Blackhawks are a must-watch team

If you have yet to tune in to the Chicago Blackhawks this season, you have missed out on the beat show in the Windy City! The Blackhawks have been absolute must-watch tv since the puck dropped on opening night. The start of the season has been a pleasant surprise as the Blackhawks were thrown to […]

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Blackhawks News: Three Players traded, and a four-game win streak

Wednesday was a busy day for Chicago; Robert Quinn was traded to the Eagles, and The Blackhawks made a triplet of trades. Kyle Davidson continues to move out players selected by the old regime. The Trades The first trade was Riley McKay to the Laval Rocket for future considerations. This is just a move to […]

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Philipp Kurashev

Three bright spots from the Blackhawks’ 0-2 start

Two games into the regular season and two losses already. This Blackhawks team is about what you expected them to be coming into the season. It’s going to be a season full of ups and even more downs periods with lots of trials and tribulations. This doesn’t mean there aren’t bright spots to be found. […]

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Lukas Reichel

Projected Blackhawks 2022-2023 Opening Night Lines

With the off-season coming to a blazing fast end, it’s time to take a look forward at what the 2022-2023 National Hockey League season will bring to the Chicago Blackhawks. With many new faces and heavy turnover on the roster, it shouldn’t be surprising that the lineup will look massively different from last season. So […]

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Philipp Kurashev

Breaking: Kurashev and C. Jones Re-sign

Kyle Davidson’s busy offseason continued on Friday morning with the signings of two restricted free agents. First, Caleb Jones signed a one-year deal worth $1.35 million. Caleb came to Chicago in a trade with the Edmonton Oilers last offseason. The Arlington, Texas native played in 51 games for the Blackhawks, posting five goals and ten […]

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Patrick Kane

Blackhawks: Patrick Kanes Top Five Goals Of The 2021-2022 Season

Patrick Kane was recently voted best Stick-handler by his peers. Kane has been an electric factory since stepping on the ice in his rookie season back in 2008. As a result, Kane earned the nickname “Showtime.” Kane’s ability to stay calm and cool while stickhandling in a phone booth is just magical to watch, and […]

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Dylan Strome

Blackhawks: Breaking down the upcoming UFA’s/RFA’s

The off-season is in full swing for the Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago will not have a first-round pick this season due to it going to Columbus after not winning the NHL lottery. While the scouts are putting the final touches on their draft boards, Davidson should be evaluating his pending free agents and developing a plan […]

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Blackhawks Forwards Grades For The 21′-22′ Season

Time to put the final touches on the awful 2021-2022 Chicago Blackhawks season. If you missed the defenseman and goalie grades, check them out here. Then, it’s time to take a deep dive into the forwards of the Blackhawks.  Also, Thank you to Hockey Reference for making it easy to find NHL Stats. Forwards Kurtis […]

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Blackhawks: Time To Dethrone King

On Wednesday, April 20th, Erik Gustafsson was in the lineup versus the Arizona Coyotes over the likes of Calvin DeHaan and Caleb Jones. The choice to continue to play Erik Gustafsson is dumbfounding. Erik Gustafsson is a thirty-year-old defenseman that has a nice-looking skating stride. However, besides his fancy stride, he’s nothing but a liability […]

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