With the good news coming out that Patrick Kane will hopefully make a return in time for the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, some not so good news is being reported that another player has gone down.
It is being reported that veteran center, Brad Richards will sit out the remainder of the regular season with an upper body injury.
Brad Richards is out for the next three...
On Tuesday morning, the Blackhawks announced that center Brad Richards (upper-body) is being shut down for the rest of the regular season. He is expected to be back for the playoffs.
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Brad Richards scored a tiebreaking power-play goal with 7:11 left in the third period to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night.
Richards scored near the end of the advantage, putting in a rebound of Kris Versteeg's blocked shot. It was the 900th NHL point for Richards, who entered in ninth place among active players.
The Blackhawks had...
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March 13, 2015
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Per Larry Brooks, the Rangers will use their final compliance buyout on center Brad Richards: It is a fait accompli that Brad Richards has worn the Blueshirt for the final time. It is only a matter of timing as to when management exercises its final amnesty buyout on the team’s de-facto captain, whose tenure over […]
After emerging as the team’s de facto captain and becoming a reliable source of complimentary offense in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Brad Richards has had his two worst games of the season in the Final. He has flopped against the Kings in more ways than one and leaves the Rangers in a bind.
Richards’ play looks like he has aged 10 years. He is mostly behind the pace and rarely...
Last year Brad Richards found himself a healthy scratch in the playoffs. As if that weren’t embarrassing enough, his removal from the lineup was at the command of John Tortorella, the same coach he won a Stanley Cup and a Conn Smythe with in Tampa Bay.
His benching was the rotten cherry on top of an underwhelming season. There were strong arguments to use the team’s last amnesty...
Brad Richards was very deserving of the heat he took last season from Rangers fans and the media. He flat out wasn’t good enough and wasn’t physically prepared for an NHL season following the lockout, err I mean work stoppage. Richards had 34 points in 48 games last season, which made him a third line center on a team that needed him to play in the top six. Thankfully, Derick...
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We’ve received some feedback over the past few weeks that readers are looking for a more objective viewpoint on hot-button Rangers issues. In our insatiable desire to please our readership, we’ve decided to start the Playing devil’s advocate series, looking at both sides of major debates and lending our own conclusion.
As the 2013-2014 season progresses...