We made some predictions before the season started about the Blackhawks and I don’t think we expected to be here at the mid-season point.
Even with a better effort from the Blackhawks last night, it’s still not good enough or indicative of a playoff-chasing team.
It was a much better effort from the Blackhawks tonight, but the result is still a loss as the Wild get a 4-3 win in overtime.
Part two of the Blackhawks and Wild playing on back-to-back nights. Chicago looks to rebound after last night’s 5-1 loss.
The Blackhawks have made a number of roster moves this morning, notably placing Jujhar Khaira and Riley Stillman on injured reserve.
Ryan Hartman continued his career-best season with a two-goal night against the Blackhawks last night. But what else should we have expected, eh?
The Minnesota Wild are a playoff team. The Chicago Blackhawks are not. That was evident in tonight’s 5-1 loss for Chicago.
The Blackhawks host the Minnesota Wild tonight for game one of back-to-back games between these teams in a home-and-home series.
Marc-André Fleury is not thinking about the trade deadline. He’s thinking about the Stanley Cup Playoffs and getting there with the Blackhawks.
According to Daily Faceoff’s Frank Seravalli, the landing spot for a potential Marc-André Fleury trade may not be Edmonton after all.
Blackhawks goaltending prospects Dominic Basse and Drew Commesso have both been named to the NCAA Mike Richter Award Watchlist.
According to Daily Faceoff’s Frank Seravalli, Alex DeBrincat may not be one of Chicago’s “untouchable” players at the trade deadline.
The Blackhawks have made a number of roster moves this morning, highlighted by the return of Kirby Dach and Brett Connolly from COVID protocol.
Report: It Would Be a “Surprise” If Davidson Didn’t Stay on as GM, But Blackhawks Could Hire President Above Him
According to Daily Faceoff’s Frank Seravalli, the belief is that Kyle Davidson will remain Blackhawks GM after this season.
Potential trades are looming for the Blackhawks as the March 21 NHL Trade Deadline approaches. Here’s what is out there.
Blackhawks goaltender Marc-André Fleury says he is still focused on getting the Blackhawks to the postseason, not on trade rumors or the future beyond this season.
The Blackhawks are trending towards being sellers at the NHL Trade Deadline and should be moving out anyone not coming back next year, especially Marc-André Fleury.
The Blackhawks have placed both Dylan Strome and Cale Morris on the active roster today.
Marc-André Fleury has a ten-team no-trade clause on his current deal. But according to reports, Edmonton and Washington are two teams to watch as potential landing spots.
After getting seven games postponed during the NHL’s COVID outbreak, the Blackhawks have their new dates on the calendar for those games.
The Blackhawks reportedly are not looking to trade either of Patrick Kane or Jonathan Toews, unless they ask to be moved.
With trades to make, coaches and GM’s to hire, and players to re-sign, there’s a lot still to happen for the Blackhawks. But when will it happen?
COVID Testing Update, Trade Values Increasing, NHL Purgatory, Representation Matters, and Other Blackhawks Bullets
The Blackhawks are a team not built to be at the bottom of the NHL, but are there nonetheless. As we are finding out, they’re also not built to climb out of that position either.
The Blackhawks have announced a number of roster moves today, highlighted by Seth Jones officially coming out of COVID protocol.
According to multiple reports, following the NHL All-Star break, the league will no longer require COVID testing for asymptomatic players.
Even with Marc-André Fleury standing on his head, the Blackhawks fall to the Kraken in the shootout to snap their four-game winning streak.
On a Monday afternoon, the Chicago Blackhawks head west to face the Seattle Kraken for the second time in franchise history.
Going 3-0-0 this week with a .957 save-percentage was good enough for Blackhawks goalie Marc-André Fleury to earn NHL Second Star of the Week honors.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the NHL is a slew of afternoon games, including the Blackhawks and Seattle Kraken dropping the puck at 4 p.m. CT.
The Blackhawks have made a number of roster moves, highlighted by Lukas Reichel heading back to the Rockford IceHogs.
The Blackhawks have four wins in-a-row after a 3-0 shutout of the Ducks last night. They’re streaking and believing and it’s made for fun hockey.
The Blackhawks blank the Ducks behind Marc-André Fleury’s 37-save shutout for their fourth-straight win.
With a three-game winning streak on the line, the Blackhawks host the Anaheim Ducks tonight at the United Center.
All-Star Flaws, Prospects Galore, O-VER RA-TED *clap clap-clap clap clap* and Other Blackhawks Bullets
People certainly believe that The Blackhawks Are being led by some very overrated players. I tend to think differently, but I’m biased.
Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon has some thoughts on the NHL All-Star format, and he is not wrong whatsoever.
What does the future of the Chicago Blackhawks look like? Catching up on what the Chicago prospect system is up to this season.
Jeremy Colliton is back behind the bench, this time with Team Canada for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.