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Tribune staff reporterA four-game losing streak brought out the Blackhawks' mean streak. The Hawks hit almost everything that moved in a Los Angeles uniform Wednesday night as they defeated the Kings 6-3 before a crowd of 12,534 at the United Center. Tuomo Ruutu started...
Tribune staff reporterAfter having five days off due to a quirk in the schedule, the Blackhawks were concerned they would lose the momentum they'd gained with three straight victories. The Hawks quickly allayed that fear by scoring the first three goals Sunday night,...
Tags: Field Hockey, Jonathan Toews, United Center, Sports, Death
Tribune reporterThis time, Martin Brodeur was left watching a celebration. After getting a firsthand look at history and the festivities that followed the last time they faced the New Jersey goaltender, the Blackhawks were determined not to let it happen again. The...
Tribune staff reporterHaving raced past the final quarter pole of the season, the Blackhawks know every stride from here on out has to be true. Wednesday night they took a step toward resurrecting their Western Conference playoff hopes with a 1-0 victory over one team ahead...
Tribune staff reporterAround these parts they call their top stars "The Big Three," but Saturday night the Blackhawks had "A Bigger Three." Jonathan Toews' overtime goal off a feed from Patrick Sharp and outstanding goaltending from Nikolai Khabibulin lifted the Hawks to a 4-...
Tribune reporterSUNRISE, Fla. — Florida isn't a usual stop for the Blackhawks, but it's quite a bit more familiar to them than the venue the next time they likely will take on the Panthers. Early Thursday, the NHL announced the Hawks and Panthers would kick off...
Tribune reporterHockey players have long memories when it comes to things like seven-goal losses. That's what happened to the Edmonton Oilers the last time the Blackhawks visited Rexall Place. The Oilers made it clear early in Tuesday night's rematch that they weren't...
Tribune staff reporterThe Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues are Western Conference upstarts on the outside of the playoff race looking in. They had to play as if their postseason chances depended on it, and when their missions collided Tuesday night, it was the Blues who came...
Tribune staff reporterSomewhere around the fifth time it was needed Sunday night, the horn signifying a Blackhawks goal produced more of a muted, low wail than a loud, sharp blast. That's right. The Hawks scored so many times that they broke the horn in a 7-1 victory over the...
Tags: Detroit Red Wings, Ben Eager, Shane Doan, Andrew Ladd, Animals
Tribune reporterThe Blackhawks are doing their best to erase that recent ugly eight-game losing streak. With Saturday night's 2-1 victory in a shootout over the Phoenix Coyotes before a crowd of 18,073 at Jobing.com Arena, the Hawks won their fourth consecutive game ...
Tribune staff reporterMartin Havlat may be lost for the final three games after suffering a dislocated right shoulder late in the first period Tuesday of the Hawks' 3-2 shootout victory over the Nashville Predators. Havlat was battling against Nashville defenseman Marek...
Tribune staff reporterAuditions have concluded, and the fates of players young and old rest in the hands of Blackhawks management. The Hawks ended their eight-game exhibition schedule Sunday night by falling to the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 in overtime before 18,053 fans at...
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