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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Kings rally past Blackhawk

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Los Angeles, CA ( - Jake Muzzin scored the game-winning goal with 3:37 to play as the Los Angeles Kings rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday.
Tyler Toffoli returned to the lineup after a six-game absence due to mononucleosis and delivered the game-tying goal and Jeff Carter finished with two goals and an assist for the Kings, who halted a four-game slide.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Blackhawks carry winning feeling into break

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Niklas Hjalmarsson Jersey imagined Wednesday what the feeling would have been like if the Chicago Blackhawks Jersey hadn’t bounced back with consecutive wins following consecutive losses.

“If he would have lost these two games, it would have felt like we didn’t really deserve to have a break,” Hjalmarsson said. 

Penguins fall to Blackhawks in shootout, 3-2

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The Penguins Jersey didn’t just need a victory Wednesday night.
They needed a two-point tourniquet.
They didn’t get it.
But the Penguins salvaged a point in their 3-2 shootout loss against Chicago at Consol Energy Center. And under some pretty difficult circumstances, at that, so the defeat didn’t sting nearly as much as some others in the recent past have.
The Penguins were missing two of their core players, defenseman Kris Letang and center Evgeni Malkin, both of whom were injured in the Penguins’ 3-2 overtime loss Tuesday in Philadelphia, and had to rally after spotting the Blackhawks a 2-0 lead.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Teuvo Teravainen tallies first goal in Blackhawks' loss

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The way Teuvo Teravainen Jersey was playing, he was bound to score his first NHL goal sooner or later. The Blackhawks rookie only wished it had come in a victory.
“Of course, it’s good to get the first one, and I’m happy with that,” Teravainen said after the Hawks’ 4-2 loss to Winnipeg on Friday night. “But I’m not happy we lost. We just couldn’t win this tight game.”
Teravainen scored from the slot with 7:17 left in the third period, pouncing on a loose puck after Michal Rozsival’s pass squirted between Patrick Kane’s legs, and firing it through traffic.
It capped what was clearly his best game in the NHL.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Nick Foligno to captain home team at 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game

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Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nick Foligno and Chicago Blackhawks Jersey forward Jonathan Toews have been named team captains for the 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game® at Nationwide Arena on January 25, the league and club announced today. Foligno will captain the All-Star home team, now designated as Team Foligno, with Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane Jersey and Los Angeles Kings defenseman Drew Doughty serving as assistant captains, while Toews will lead the All-Star visiting team, now designated as Team Toews, with assistant captains Rick Nash of the New York Rangers and Ryan Getzlaf of the Anaheim Ducks.
Foligno, Toews and their assistants will be charged with selecting their squads at the 2015 NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft TM presented by DraftKings on Friday, January 23 at 8 p.m. The draft will be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center and televised live in the United States on NBC Sports Network and in Canada on Rogers Sportsnet and TVA.
Foligno, 27, has registered a career-high 18 goals and 22 assists for 40 points with 20 penalty minutes in 39 games this season. He leads the club in goals and points and is among the NHL’s leaders in goals (12th-tied), points (15th-tied), power play goals (nine, third-tied) and power play points (20, third). 

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Minnesota Wild (18-17-5) at Chicago Blackhawks (27-13-2),8 p.m. (ET)

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The Chicago Blackhawks have struggled with inconsistency at the start of the new year but they hope to regain some momentum in Sunday's home clash against the sliding Minnesota Wild.
Chicago is 2-3-0 in January, alternating losses and wins since the start of the month. The rough patch began with a loss in the 2015 Winter Classic Jersey at Washington's Nationals Park on New Year's Day, and, after Chicago managed to win two out of three, it continued with Friday's 5-2 setback in Edmonton.
Of the Blackhawks' two wins in January, however, the most recent one came against tonight's opponent. Chicago recorded a 4-2 win Thursday in Minnesota despite being outshot by a wide margin.
Corey Crawford stole two points for the Blackhawks in St. Paul, making 42 saves to anchor the win. Minnesota outshot Chicago 37-10 after the first period and 44-20 for the game.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Avs try to solve Blackhawks in Chicago

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The Colorado Avalanche will try to pick up their first win of the season series against Chicago, as the Central Division foes battle Tuesday night at the United Center.
The Blackhawks gear are 2-0 so far in the 2014-15 series against Colorado and Chicago posted a 5-2 road victory when the clubs last met on Dec. 27 at the Pepsi Center. Patrick Kane registered two goals and an assist to fuel Chicago's offense.
Last season, the Avalanche went 3-1-1 against the Blackhawks over five meetings and they have claimed two straight and four of the past six encounters in the Windy City.

Monday, January 5, 2015

Patrick Sharp nets OT winner for All-Star-laden Blackhawks

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The Blackhawks Jersey were excited to land five of six players in the All-Star Game, courtesy of a fan vote. They thank you for your support and have only one quibble.
“It would have been nice to get the whole six,’’ goalie Corey Crawford said with a commendable deadpan delivery.
But even without the joy of six, it’s a great honor. Especially for first-timers Crawford and defenseman Brent Seabrook, who were elected along with the highly decorated trio of center Jonathan Toews, winger Patrick Kane Jersey and defenseman Duncan Keith.
“It’s pretty cool,’’ Crawford said. “It shows the depth of our team.’’
The Hawks showed the determination of their team against the Dallas Stars on Sunday night. Five All-Stars or not, they fell behind four times, but kept rallying back and pulled out a 5-4 overtime victory.
“You can point the finger at ourselves for allowing those deficits in the first place,’’ said Patrick Sharp, who scored the game-winner on a good feed from Keith with 3:43 left in overtime. “It was probably not our best team game in a while. But to come back and win against a division rival definitely feels good.’’
A hustling Brad Richards tied the game at 4 with 3:57 left in ­regulation on a low-angled prayer from the left corner that somehow found a piece of the net.
“That was an innocent play off the rush,’’ coach Joel Quenneville said. “Just shoot it. Things happen. A bad angle, just throwing it at the net. Sometimes they go in. We got a break.’’
Having lost on a late goal in the outdoor game at Washington Capitals Jersey, the Hawks had a very fresh lesson in the importance of always believing it’s not too late to snatch a point or two.
“We always have that feeling on the bench and in the locker room,’’ Sharp said. “A good goal to tie it up and [we] stole the two points. Our main focus was overtime. ­Obviously, score if you can, but get that guaranteed point.’’
The Hawks, who have had their share of slow starts lately, played catch-up most of the night.
“We’d like not to give up the first goal,’’ Richards said. “You can sit here and have an hour meeting on it. But hockey’s hockey. It’s so fast, you never know what can happen. We’ll have some focus on it. Just playing the right way and getting our team in order will take care of a lot of things.’’
Quenneville downplayed the season debut of highly regarded prospect Teuvo Teravainen Jersey. But 15 shifts and 10:50 of ice time spoke volumes.
“I don’t mind him,’’ Quenneville said. “I don’t mind his game. I think he thinks the right way. Defensively, he likes to be above the puck. He wants the puck and he’s around it. He’ll get better in those areas. He was pretty consistent in his game and how he played.’’
Crawford and Seabrook were especially appreciative of the All-Star recognition.
“It means a lot,’’ Crawford said. “It’s the first one for me. A couple of other guys could have made that list, too. Everyone’s happy in here with what we’ve done so far. But obviously we have a lot of work to do.’’
Seabrook, who tends to play in the shadow of his partner, Keith, who has won the Norris Trophy twice, also was humbled.
“It’s an honor to be voted by the fans,’’ Seabrook said. “It’s ­probably the only way I’d get in with the amount of talent and All-Stars on this team.’’
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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Kane, Toews Among Five Blackhawks Named to All-Star Game Source: Follow us: @nbcchicago on Twitter | nbcchicago on Facebook jersey
The Chicago Blackhawks Winter Classic Jersey are one of the best teams in the NHL this season, and their fans are clearly excited as their intense voting efforts led to five Hawks players being named starters for the NHL All-Star Game.

Forwards Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews finished second and third overall in voting respectively, joining Buffalo Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons on the roster. Defensemen Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook finished first and second among blue liners, beating out Montreal Canadiens Jersey defenseman P.K. Subban.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Blackhawks' Kris Versteeg sidelined 'about a month'

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Chicago Blackhawks forward Kris Versteeg will miss "about a month" with a left hand injury, according to coach Joel Quenneville.

Versteeg was injured in the third period of the Hawks' 3-2 loss to the Washington Capitals Jersey on Thursday when he was hit in the hand by a shot off the stick of Eric Fehr. Quenneville said it is "doubtful" that Versteeg will need to undergo surgery on the hand.

Friday, January 2, 2015

Blackhawks not happy with bad call, frustrating loss in Winter Classic

The Chicago Blackhawks had their chances. Too many, one might say, because that’s how hockey works: If one team has the benefit of the preponderance of the power plays, one assumes the other team’s getting a break at some point from the officials.
“It runs through your head,” said Washington Capitals Jersey defenseman Karl Alzner, whose team scored a power-play goal with just under 13 seconds remaining to win the 2015 Winter Classic, 3-2, over the Blackhawks.
“I don’t really think at any point in the game that the ref’s looking to give an easy one to a team,” he continued. “If you look at it, a stick on the hand is a stick on the hand. Bad timing for them, good timing for us.”
It was Alzner that Jonathan Toews Jersey went after on the forecheck, with the Blackhawks on a power play after Matt Niskanen’s boarding penalty at 16:49 of the third. It was the Blackhawks’ sixth power play of the game, including a lengthy 5-on-3 in the second period.
Here’s how that power-play ended, and the Capitals were given one that would lead to the game-winner:
Was it a good call? A makeup call?
“I don’t know,” lamented Toews after the game.
“I don’t know how much how much that play deserved a call there. I don’t know how much it had to do with us getting a few more opportunities on the power play previously in the game.”
Troy Brouwer, former Blackhawk 2015 Winter Classic Jersey, scored the game-winner on the power play at 19:47 of the third period, with another penalty call against the Hawks – Brandon Saad for slashing – pending when the puck beat Corey Crawford.
“We had a power play before that, so I think both teams had their turn and they cashed in,” said Coach Joel Quenneville.
The Blackhawks had several turns, actually. They scored on the power play in the first period, asPatrick Sharp’s shot from the sunlit portion of the ice traveled into the shadows and beat Braden Holtby. But the game’s turning point may have been their inability to cash in during 1:31 of two-man advantage time.
“You always here if you don’t score on the 5-on-3 it can come back to get you,” said Patrick Sharp. “They have a good penalty kill, we have a good power play. It was a little more difficult to zip the puck around and make crisp passes.”
The hard ice in the Winter Classic made the day a “shoot first” effort for both teams, which affected the Hawks’ power play.
“The mentality today was just shoot the puck and things happen.  But on a five-on- three, it's not the same mentality, which probably didn't help us,” said Quenneville.
In the end, it was the Capitals that took the shot and ended the game, seconds away from sudden death hockey.
“Even the crowd might have wanted the overtime and the shootout,” said Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmasson. "It’s a tough play. A broken stick. A broken play. Quick shot.”
And a soft penalty.
“It is what it is,” said Toews. “They got their bounce they were looking for with 12 seconds left, and we walk away with nothing.”