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  • Hawks say, 'Thank you sir, may I have another shot at Luongo?'

    Hawks say, 'Thank you sir, may I have another shot at Luongo?'
    Chicago, delirious. Vancouver, suicidal. The first one, I’m sure about. The second is a good guess. This is a meltdown of epic proportions, even for the weak-willed Canucks. There’s not enough Kokanee in British Columbia to anesthetize the...
  • Forget NBC, the NHL is perfect for Comedy Central

    Welcome to the NHL Yuk-Yuk Lounge, and remember, there’s a two-drink minimum for customers --- a six-pack minimum for referees. We’ve got a great show planned, but there are always some surprises. You just never know how many Brendan...
  • Anytime the Hawks want to be ready to start a playoff game, fine by me

    Anytime the Hawks want to be ready to start a playoff game, fine by me
    The Vancouver Canucks have won Game 1 of their playoff series against the Blackhawks each of the last three years after a 2-0 waste of time Wednesday. We know how the first two turned out. This time? Not so sure. Not so sure at all. Those were better...
  • Johnny on the spot

    Johnny on the spot
    It would appear that I need to figure out how to provide closed captioning for some of these RosenBlogs. Like, say, this one posted Wednesday morning. I wrote that Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was failing offensively at the most critical time of the...
  • Depth before dishonor for Hawks

    Depth before dishonor for Hawks
    Don’t look now, but the Blackhawks have some offensive depth. No lie. True thing. The area that nearly ruined the defending Stanley Cup champions after the salary-cap slaughter has saved them in their miraculous comeback against Vancouver. It...
  • Is Supt. McCarthy being frank with us? Quite.

     
    From this year's news archives: June 15 : "Maybe (a roughly 35 percent increase in homicides so far over 2011) is a consequence of (disbanding the Chicago Police Dept. strike force), and I didn't anticipate it," McCarthy said in a......
  • Hawks making Canucks scream 'Mommy, make it stop!'

    Hawks making Canucks scream 'Mommy, make it stop!'
    The Blackhawks will not practice today. The Vancouver Canucks, I believe, were being tended to by all the king’s horses and all the king’s men. Or should we be calling them the Vanquitter Canucks after the way they’ve rolled over easily...
  • Arbitrator rules against Ilya Kovalchuk's contract with Devils

     
    An arbitrator upheld the NHL’s rejection of Ilya Kovalchuk’s 17-year, $102-million contract with the New Jersey Devils on Monday, forcing the three-time All-Star back into the unrestricted free-agent market. Arbitrator Richard Bloch agreed with the...
  • Report: NHL gives players' union conditions for long-term deals

     
    A stunning story by Larry Brooks of the New York Post offers a chilling explanation of why the NHL took two extra days to rule on the validity of Ilya Kovalchuk’s second contract with the New Jersey Devils—and suggests bigger......
  • Still no official word from NHL, NHLPA on Ilya Kovalchuk's new contract

     
    The NHL and the NHL Players Assn. extended Friday's 2 p.m. PT deadline four times but as of 8:30 p.m. PDT there was still no official word that Ilya Kovalchuk's reformulated 15-year, $100-million contract with the New Jersey Devils had......
  • NHL approves Kovalchuk deal after union agrees to change salary cap calculations

     
    The NHL and the NHL Players' Assn., ending a contract saga that began July 1 and lingered into Labor Day weekend, reached agreement early Saturday morning Eastern time to change the rules governing long-term contracts and how they're valued within......
  • Final: Blackhawks 3, Kings 1

     
    The Kings’ progress has often been compared to the steps taken by the Chicago Blackhawks in building a team that won the Stanley Cup last season. Years of poor performances produced prime draft picks, and good management filled in holes......