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  • Blackhawks still find themselves at a loss

    The Blackhawks might want to check their list of New Year's resolutions because it appears winning games isn't on it. The Hawks still haven't won in January as they fell for the sixth straight time in the month and seventh overall Wednesday night, this...
  • Blackhawks strike fast, then implode fast

    The Blackhawks have found some innovative ways to lose during their current eight-game losing skid, but Friday night it was old-fashioned poor goaltending that led to the latest defeat. Nikolai Khabibulin, who has ranged from spectacular to merely...
  • Toews scores, but not a victory

    Blackhawks rookie Jonathan Toews said he was going to treat Wednesday night's game against the San Jose Sharks as "just another game." But, clearly, it was much more than just Toews' NHL debut. It was the unveiling of the Hawks' future.Toews, the Hawks'...
  • Blackhawks snap 8-game losing streak

    Blackhawks snap 8-game losing streak
    They had a football game in Nashville a few years back that ended with the "Music City Miracle." The Blackhawks' 3-2 shootout victory over the Predators can't be classified as a miracle, but it might have felt that way to a Hawks team that snapped an...
  • Hawks in full playoff mode

    Hawks in full playoff mode
    The Blackhawks are doing their best to erase that recent ugly eight-game losing streak. With Saturday night's 2-1 victory in a shootout over the Phoenix Coyotes before a crowd of 18,073 at Jobing.com Arena, the Hawks won their fourth consecutive game &#...
  • Savvy hotter than offense

    Savvy hotter than offense
    It took 50 games for Blackhawks coach Denis Savard to let his frustrations boil over during this roller-coaster season, but when they did he didn't hold back. A livid Savard called out his players, vowed to hold some of them accountable for their efforts...
  • Hawks shot down in shootout

    Hawks shot down in shootout
    All the elements were there Saturday for the Blackhawks to snap their losing skid and gain some ground in the Western Conference playoff race. They received a stellar effort from goaltender Nikolai Khabibulin and pushed the game to a shootout, when...
  • Helene Elliott's NHL team-by-team preview

    Helene Elliott's NHL team-by-team preview
    Will the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins meet in the Stanley Cup finals for a third straight spring, or will the San Jose Sharks find the gumption to match their talent? There's no consensus winner in either conference, mostly because even...
  • Unwelcome mat: Chicago Blackhawks beat Edmonton Oilers 4-3

    Unwelcome mat: Chicago Blackhawks beat Edmonton Oilers 4-3
    Nikolai Khabibulin was speaking with the media outside the Edmonton Oilers' dressing room Wednesday morning at the United Center when Patrick Kane strolled by and without breaking stride said "keep that glove up, Khabby." The Blackhawks winger's advice...
  • Listless Hawks fall to NHL's worst team

    It was hard to tell which of the teams taking the United Center ice Sunday was the one with the worst record in the NHL and a goaltender making his first career start. The New York Islanders and netminder Peter Mannino fit the description but didn't play...
  • Khabibulin stops 36 shots to help Hawks steal win

    Patrick Sharp had a look of determination on his face in the dressing room hours before the Blackhawks took the ice against the Atlanta Thrashers. The Hawks' top goal-scorer had been struggling to find the back of the net and that explains why his...
  • Martin Brodeur gets record as New Jersey Devils stop Chicago Blackhawks

    NEWARK, N.J. — Forget St. Patrick's Day. In New Jersey on Tuesday night they were celebrating St. Martin's Day. The Devils' Martin Brodeur, the patron saint of goaltending to many in the crowd of 17,625 at the Prudential Center, set the NHL's all-...