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  • Thrill was gone; now fun is back

    Thrill was gone; now fun is back
    There was little doubt Nikolai Khabibulin and the Blackhawks were in desperate need of a victory Thursday night. Khabibulin came up big when needed most to help the Hawks snap their five-game losing streak and his own 10-game skid, making several huge...
  • It's just a Tennessee waltz for Hawks

    It's just a Tennessee waltz for Hawks
    The jury is still out on whether the Blackhawks have enough time to make a push for the postseason, but it's obvious they aren't done presenting their case. Needing a victory to close out their longest trip of the season with a winning record and...
  • Blackhawks able to fill in the blank

    Blackhawks able to fill in the blank
    The continued adventures of the baffling Blackhawks hit the United Center ice Wednesday night. A night after getting hammered against a St. Louis team just above them in the standings, the Hawks outclassed the top team in the Northwest Division. They had...
  • Hawks win with back-to-back jacks

    Hawks win with back-to-back jacks
    Usually pitchers are ahead of hitters at this point, but the Blackhawks were able to get good wood on the puck and made some solid contact with their bodies Sunday. The Hawks knocked two pucks out of midair and past Vancouver goaltender Roberto Luongo en...
  • Blackhawks creeping back in it, beat Wild

    Blackhawks creeping back in it, beat Wild
    Apparently, the Blackhawks are taking this whole playoff thing seriously. The Hawks picked up two crucial points in the Western Conference race Tuesday night when they defeated the Minnesota Wild 4-2 before a crowd of 18,568 at the Excel Energy Center....
  • Win streak snapped as Blackhawks lose at home

    For a brief while Friday night, the Blackhawks' present took a back seat to the past. Once the red carpet on the pregame ceremony honoring Hawks legends Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita was rolled up, the Hawks went back to the business of fighting for a...
  • Lesson from the champs

    The upstart Blackhawks are still learning what it takes to win, and facing a team that raised the Stanley Cup last season gave them a prime example of how to go about it. But it was a hard lesson learned. Despite being outshot 42-22, the defending...
  • Point is, 1 isn't enough for Hawks

    Point is, 1 isn't enough for Hawks
    The Blackhawks chose to take the positive side of gaining just one point Sunday. At a time when every point is critical, the Hawks failed to earn two. But after rallying twice to erase third-period deficits in a 6-5 overtime loss to the Edmonton Oilers,...
  • Blackhawks snap skid, beat Blue Jackets

    Blackhawks snap skid, beat Blue Jackets
    The Blackhawks have vowed not to go down without a fight in the playoff race. They proved that again Friday night when they jumped to a three-goal lead in the first period and went on to record a 6-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets, snapping a...
  • Blue Jackets blast Blackhawks

    Blue Jackets blast Blackhawks
    With very little margin for error, the Blackhawks were marginal at best Wednesday night. The Hawks suffered a devastating blow to their postseason dreams with a 4-0 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets before a crowd of 14,454 at Nationwide Arena. The...
  • Blackhawks still fight the good fight

    Blackhawks still fight the good fight
    The Blackhawks held their own on the pugilistic side Saturday night and out-gunned the St. Louis Blues where it mattered most—the scoreboard. In a game that featured two first-period fights, a melee in the final seconds and pushing and shoving...
  • A little slice of hockey heaven in Vancouver

     
    In Pal Grotnes' official Olympic biography he lists his occupation as "carpenter." After his performance in the first period of Norway's preliminary-round opener against heavily favored Canada on Tuesday at Hockey Canada Place, he's more than entitled...