After what can only be described as the most boring offseason in history (despite the creation of our brand new team), the NHL is finally almost ready to spring it’s patented brand of fun mixed with chronic stupidity on its unsuspecting fanbase (the NHL sounds a lot like Hockeenight now that I think about […]
Tag: Chicago Blackhawks
So, that happened. Here’s the recap: Good night.
And now a quick recap of Saturday’s game: See you on Monday night.
So the last time these two teams met, the Chicago Blackhawks were in full meltdown mode, with known bonehead Andrew Shaw getting caught on camera yelling a sexual slur at officials after flipping double rockets at them. Not only was this a dumb thing to do, but we got treatises on the First Amendment from […]
Well, now it’s interesting. THE GOOD: Duncan Keith – Duncan Keith is good. Joel Quenneville did a lot of line juggling during the game but none of that changed the fact that the Hawks are a different team when Keith’s on the ice. The lack of defensive depth may finally be catching up […]
Today marked the first postseason hockey game in the United Center since the Stanley Cup arrived late due to an Old Testament-like deluge in June 2015. However, this time rather than our august cathedral being infested by Jim Belushi, it was infested by the St. Louis Blues. The jury is still out on which is […]
The fine folks at NBC must have been absolutely giddy over having the Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings for “Wednesday Night Rivalry”. These teams have more than a small amount of history, so naturally the NHL moved Detroit to another division, as well as the Eastern Conference. So how would the first of two […]
Welcome to Hockeenight’s trade deadline preview Puckcast. Your hosts Fork and CT quickly and efficiently cover the following topics: Teuvo! Hawks trades The Kings want Kris Versteeg And Rob Scuderi, apparently We review the Pabst Brewing Company’s portfolio of beers (again) Oklahoma sucks
Just before the Chicago Blackhawks took on the Nashville Predators, word came out that the Hawks were sending this Spring’s first round pick, a conditional pick in 2018 and Marko Dano to Winnipeg for Andrew Ladd and a couple minor leaguers. The Hawks then had to attend to the business at hand, trying to nab […]
Goddamnit, Fels. After Sam wrote in Tuesday night’s program how the February lull the Chicago Blackhawks usually stagger through never materialized, the Hawks decided they were never winning ever again, as Patrick Sharp and Johnny Oduya enjoyed their first game in the United Center since they wore red and held the Stanley Cup as the […]