Tonight the Chicago Blackhawks put their 7-out-of-8 points streak on the line as the Philadelphia Flyers oozed into the United Center. The Hawks were without starting goaltender Corey Crawford, who is out with the “upper body injury” that could be anything from the heartbreak of psoriasis to decapitation. In his place was Antti Raanta. Also, […]
Thursday night, the boys in red made a trip to Glens Falls, NY to play the relocated Abbotsford Heat, now known as the Adirondack Flames. In front of MILLIONS 2200 or so, the Hogs came away as 4-2 winners thanks to scoring by the defensive corps. The Flames got on the board when Michael Ferland […]
Tonight, Fork, CT and Krista welcome Jeff of 120 Sports and The Sports Bank, plus our good friend Dave Morris returns from the wilderness to talk hockey with us as well. Topics include: Canadian Prime Ministers and the Pep Boys Lumberjacks in sports Chris Coughlan Hockey! Saturday, November 22nd: GONNA DRINKEN Trent Yawney Brent Sopel Hockey cards […]
After Thursday’s disgusting performance against Calgary, everyone was hoping the Blackhawks would at least try to do better against the Nashville Predators sans Barry “No Neck” Trotz. Hell, ol’ Shit Hip Rinne wasn’t even in net for the game. Instead, it dragged out like a repeat of Thursday minus the eleven thousand shots on goal […]
The Calgary Flames are not a good hockey team. Anyone who can read a roster could tell you that. Their motto should be “McDavid or bust”. But in the meantime, they have to play out the string until the draft. The worse the better. Unfortunately, nobody gave Jonas Hiller that message, and tonight he got Calgary two points they didn’t need pretty much single-handedly.
Wednesday night marks Bandon Bollig’s return to the United Center for the first time as a mamber of the Calgary Flames. As is the custom for the Blackhawks, they plan on paying tribute to Bollig with a video to be shown during one of the TV timeouts in the first period. HOCKEENIGHT has managed to […]
Tonight we welcome Quinn Magnuson, nephew of the late Keith Magnuson and former Canadian Football League player. We discuss: Keith being one of the first collegiate players for the Hawks Keith tangling with great 70s fighters like Dave Schultz Keith’s activities with the Blackhawks Alumni and NHL Alumni Keith as a player Hockey in Saskatoon […]
And here we are.
The preseason is over. No more lineup speculation, no more roster angst (for the moment), no more waiting. At 7:30 tonight, the Hawks and Stars dropped the puck and anger for the first time this season. What follows will be a season filled with highs and lows, beautiful plays, ugly losses, and games where David Rundblad and Jeremy Morin combine for 6 minutes of ice time.