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Blackhawks Stock Report

Blackhawks Stock Report

The Blackhawks stock report following a 2-1 shootout loss to the LA Kings. Who is trending up and who is trending down? Morning Blackhawks Fans, Waking up after a tough Hawks loss is never easy. However, with every Hawks game there are always positives to discuss, as well as negatives that can be improved on for the next stretch of games. Time for the Hawks stock report. Trending Up Brandon Saad It is clear that Saad has regained confidence and is beginning to look like his former self. Maybe it’s the bubble cage he has on or maybe it was Coach Q threatening to scratch him. Whatever it...
23 hours ago
MBS: 11-17-18

MBS: 11-17-18

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. The Blackhawks fell 2-1 in a shootout to Cal Petersen and the Kings on Friday night at the Uniter Center. Chicago continues its homestand Sunday when they host the Wild. The IceHogs were outclassed by the Texas Stars in a 5-1 loss Friday in Cedar Park. #Blackhawks prospectsKurashev PP Hagel SH Slavin Barratt PP Mitchell PP Krys Boqvist — Stuffing City Hockey (@2ndCityHockey) November 17, 2018 Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Bulls surrendered an 18-point halftime lead in a 123-104 loss to the...
Nov 17, 2018
Blackhawks Fall to the Los Angeles Kings in a Shootout 2-1

Blackhawks Fall to the Los Angeles Kings in a Shootout 2-1

After tying up the game in the third period, the Hawks escape with a point after losing in a shootout. How it Happened The Chicago Blackhawks fall short in a shootout to the Los Angeles Kings 2-1. It was the Blackhawks’ first shootout of the year. On the bright side, the Hawks are 1-0-2 in their last three games under their new coach Jeremy Colliton. Progress is progress. Every point counts. The first period of the game was pretty quiet. The best scoring chance for the Hawks came from a rocket of a snap shot from Patrick Kane that just missed the post. At about the ten minute mark, the...
Nov 16, 2018
Blackhawks vs. Kings Game Thread: Part Three

Blackhawks vs. Kings Game Thread: Part Three

Discuss the third period of Los Angeles at Chicago here. Discuss the final frame here.
Nov 16, 2018
Blackhawks vs Kings Game Thread: Part Two

Blackhawks vs Kings Game Thread: Part Two

The second period game thread for Los Angeles at Chicago Comment on the second period of the Friday night clash with the LA Kings below Go Hawks!
Nov 16, 2018
Blackhawks vs. Kings game thread: Part 1

Blackhawks vs. Kings game thread: Part 1

The first period game thread for Los Angeles at Chicago. Happy Friday! Discuss the first period here. Go Hawks
Nov 16, 2018
Blackhawks seek back-to-back wins when they host Kings

Blackhawks seek back-to-back wins when they host Kings

Chicago picked up its first win under head coach Jeremy Colliton with a 1-0 victory over the Blues on Wednesday. The Blackhawks look to carry their momentum from their first win under head coach Jeremy Colliton when they host the Kings on Friday night at the United Center. Brent Seabrook scored a power-play goal and Corey Crawford made 28 saves for a 1-0 victory over the Blues to snap an eight-game losing streak Wednesday. Chicago has a good chance to start a new streak, this time in the win column, against the NHL’s cellar dwellers in the Kings. Los Angeles is 5-11-1 and is without its...
Nov 16, 2018
Blackhawks prospect Highmore out 4-6 months after shoulder surgery

Blackhawks prospect Highmore out 4-6 months after shoulder surgery

The left winger has three goals and four assists in eight AHL games this season. Blackhawks forward prospect Matthew Highmore will be out for four to six months after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder Tuesday. Dr. Scott Trenhaile and Dr. Michael Terry performed the procedure. Highmore has three goals and four assists in eight games with the Rockford IceHogs in the AHL this season. His seven points rank fourth on the team behind Dylan Sikura and Darren Raddysh (12), Anthony Louis and Victor Ejdsell (nine) and Tyler Sikura (eight). Highmore scored two goals for the Blackhawks last...
Nov 16, 2018
Blackhawks activate Kruger, place Davidson on IR

Blackhawks activate Kruger, place Davidson on IR

Chicago also placed Brandon Davidson (right leg) on IR. The Blackhawks activated forward Marcus Kruger (left leg) from injured reserve and placed defenseman Brandon Davidson (right leg) on IR retroactively to Nov. 13 on Friday morning. Kruger missed three games after he was tripped by Carolina’s Clark Bishop late in the second period of the Blackhawks’ 4-3 loss to the Hurricanes on Nov. 8 at the United Center. Kruger skated off under his own power, but did not return. He has two goals in 16 games this season. Davidson did not play in Chicago’s 1-0 win over the Blues on Wednesday after...
Nov 16, 2018
MBS: 11-16-18

MBS: 11-16-18

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. The Blackhawks look for back-to-back wins when they host the Kings on Friday night at the United Center. The IceHogs begin the Texas portion of their six-game road trip by visiting the Texas Stars on Friday in Cedar Park. Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Bulls travel to United Center north to play the Bucks on Friday in Milwaukee. The Steel also visit Madison in the USHL. BLACKHAWKS Hawks to honor Olczyk with ‘One More Shift’ (SCH) Examining the Hawks ‘remodeling,’ as coined by McDonough (SCH) Hawks’...
Nov 15, 2018
Hawks to honor Olczyk with ‘One More Shift’

Hawks to honor Olczyk with ‘One More Shift’

Chicago will have No. 16 take the ice again. The Blackhawks will honor television color analyst and former player Eddie Olczyk with “One More Shift” prior to Sunday’s home game against the Minnesota Wild, the team announced Thursday. Olczyk, who battled Stage 3 colon cancer last season, announced in March he was officially “cancer-free.” The “One More Shift” skate corresponds with the NHL’s “Hockey Fights Cancer” night. The Blackhawks “One More Shift” program is an ode to former players that allows fans to recognize them one more time as they skate on the United...
Nov 15, 2018
The Blackhawks and ‘remodeling’

The Blackhawks and ‘remodeling’

McDonough used the term during a press conference last week. The long nightmare is finally over: the Blackhawks won a game Wednesday night to snap their eight-game losing streak, leaving the Blues in the Central Division basement with a 1-0 win at the United Center. Now that the doom and gloom from the losing streak has subsided, let’s take a step back and re-examine something Blackhawks president and CEO John McDonough said during the press conference last week introducing new head coach Jeremy Colliton. Madeline Kenney of the Chicago Sun-Times has the details in a tweet below:...
Nov 15, 2018
MBS: 11-15-18

MBS: 11-15-18

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. Corey Crawford made 28 saves and Brent Seabrook scored a power-play goal to help the Blackhawks snap an eight-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over the Blues on Wednesday night at the United Center. The IceHogs couldn’t contain Filip Zadina, who tallied two goals for the Griffins to down Rockford 3-1 on Wednesday afternoon in Grand Rapids. Elsewhere in Chicago sports Wednesday, the Bulls fell 111-82 to the Celtics in Boston. BLACKHAWKS RECAP: Hawks shut out Blues to snap 8-game skid (SCH) Hawks top Blues for...
Nov 14, 2018
Hawks shut out Blues to snap 8-game skid

Hawks shut out Blues to snap 8-game skid

Crawford earns his 24th career shutout and Jeremy Colliton picks up his first NHL head coaching win. Corey Crawford shined bright in a 28-save performance for the Blackhawks to snap their eight-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over the Blues on Wednesday night at the United Center. It’s Crawford’s first shutout since Nov. 4, 2017, and the first win for head coach Jeremy Colliton, who took over after the team fired Joel Quenneville last Tuesday. After an extremely benign first period, the Blackhawks opened up the second period looking to gain some momentum. With Vladimir Tarasenko...
Nov 14, 2018
Blackhawks top Blues for Colliton’s first NHL coaching win

Blackhawks top Blues for Colliton’s first NHL coaching win

Corey Crawford picked up a shutout as Chicago snapped its eight-game losing streak. In his fourth game as the Blackhawks head coach, Colliton picked up his first NHL career win with a 1-0 victory over the Blues on Wednesday night at the United Center. Brent Seabrook scored a power-play goal and Corey Crawford picked up a shutout with a 28-save performance to snap Chicago’s eight-game losing streak and three-game slid under Colliton. It’s the first shutout for Crawford since he blanked the Wild on Nov. 4, 2017. The Blackhawks promoted Colliton to the head post from the AHL after firing...