Another game in Florida, another loss.
The Blackhawks and Panthers come into their first series of the season on even ground.
If he pans out like any of the other European gems the Blackhawks have found, he should be seen as part of the rebuild process.
See You in March, Goalie Swap, the Great Eight’s Iconic Goal, No-Chill Voráček, and Other Blackhawks Bullets
Gotta get DeBrincat rolling again.
Not great. Better … but not great.
Alright, guys, give me a reason for optimism.
Kubalík should get a chance to be a go-to-guy tonight for Chicago.
With Seabrook likely returning to the ice in the next few weeks and the defensive lineup looking pretty squared up, where does he fit?
The Chicago Blackhawks made injury roster moves official on Thursday afternoon.
Kubalík’s Ice Time, Same Old Song and Dance, Subban’s Night, Seabrook Updates, and Other Blackhawks Bullets
Malcolm Subban had a rough go of it in Game 1.
Let’s go Blackhawks.
And …. we’re back!
The final decisions before dropping the puck.
I look forward to being roasted for any and all of these being wrong.
Jeremy Colliton and the Young Hawks, Roster Taking Final Shape, Birthday Boys, and Other Blackhawks Bullets
After his extension, Jeremy Colliton is going to have a hand in the development of the young Blackhawks.
The Blackhawks have made it very clear that Colliton is their man for the future.
Bettman Speaks: Cheaper for NHL to “Shut Our Doors,” In-House Fans, Stagnant Cap, Helmet Sponsors, More
The NHL would likely lose LESS money by cancelling the season entirely.
I’m getting the sense that Subban will start the first game of the year against the Lightning.
We are TWO days away from the beginning of the season.
Scrimmage Notes (and Fights), Mitchell on Display, Will the Real Starting Goalie Please Stand Up? And Other Blackhawks Bullets
Fighting your own team at a scrimmage with no fans. Smart .
The refs have a cool new official signal for fighting.
It’s nice to see the youth and veteran mix, but there is still a lot to worry about.
Oof. The strength of their schedule is not what you want to see.
Former Blackhawk Corey Crawford Is Taking an “Indefinite Leave of Absence” from the New Jersey Devils
Crawford was participating in the first two days of Devils camp on December 31 and January 1, but has been out since.
Chicago and Dallas were not scheduled to face each other until a February 7 game in Dallas.
The Blackhawks forward group, specifically the young players, have a great opportunity ahead of them in 2021.
Blackhawks in the National Spotlight (Again), Golden Boys, Does Jeremy Colliton have “IT?”, and Other Blackhawks Bullets
World anomalies aside, this is a prove “it” year for Colliton as a head coach.
USA! USA! Also, always great to see a Blackhawks prospect get some gold.
Thank you, NHL.