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Blackhawks firing on all cylinders in Game 2 win over the Wild

The general consensus on my Twitter timeline following the Hawks 4-1 dismantling of the Wild was that Game 2 was the most complete performance we’ve seen out of the Blackhawks this postseason. It’s hard to disagree, as there were contributions from the entire lineup. Top-liners Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa combined for a shorthanded goal thanks to a fortuitous bounce off the butt end of Devan Dubnyk’s go ...

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Don’t ever turn your back on the Blackhawks: Game 1 Reaction

Consider this a public service announcement, for those of you who are relatively new to the Stanley Cup Playoffs or are unfamiliar with its insane momentum swings. No matter how what you think of this year’s version of the Blackhawks, there will be moments in this postseason where the team you see on the ice will fail to resemble an NHL-caliber squad. There will be baffling mistakes made by your favorite pl ...

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Chicago Blackhawks dominate early NHL All-Star selections

  Columbus is going to have a major Windy City feel later this month. The first batch of NHL All-Star selections were revealed earlier today and five Chicago Blackhawks were named to the team. The only non-Blackhawks player named to the first six selections was Buffalo Sabres center Zemgus Girgensons. Forwards Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, defensemen Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith join goalie Corey Cr ...

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No problem too big for the Chicago Blackhawks this season

Nearly one-third of the way through its regular season schedule, the Chicago Blackhawks are in the middle of its most challenging stretch and still dominating, winning five in a row and 10 of their last 12. The Hawks’ success in the prior two weeks is particularly impressive when you consider its opponents in some of those games. Consecutive 4-1 defeats came against Western Conference powers Anaheim, Los An ...

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The fortunes of the Chicago Blackhawks and the Pittsburgh Penguins after their first Stanley Cup victories

As the calendar turned from 2009 to 2010 about four-and-a-half years ago, both the Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins appeared to be embarking on a long run of dominance in the NHL. The Penguins were riding high off of their 2009 Stanley Cup Championship victory over the Detroit Red Wings and boasted two of the world’s best players in Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. The Blackhawks, meanwhile, were ...

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Sweet Home Chicago? Not Yet.

Coming into the first round match up Blackhawks fans couldn't have been more enthusiastic about the playoffs.  After Friday night the fans couldn't have been anymore deflated.  After a second period goal by Patrick Kane the Predators countered with a goal by J.P. Dumont and eventually the game winner by Dumont again half way through the third period.  The Preds added insult to injury with to empty net goals ...

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