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Blackhawks In The System: Defensemen

As we look forward to the 2016-17 season, the Blackhawks have a lot of work to do this summer – both at the NHL and AHL levels. There are some new faces coming into the mix and some others leaving, either as free agents or via inevitable trades. On Sunday, we looked at the players […] The post Blackhawks In The System: Defensemen appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Can the Chicago Blackhawks Retain Andrew Shaw?

Embed from Getty Images Andrew Shaw received a $1.5 million dollar raise from this year to last. Now after a Round 1 exit Shaw becomes a restricted free-agent (RFA). An RFA is a player no longer on his entry level contract but still not eligible for the label of an unrestricted free agent (UFA). To be a UFA in the NHL, a player has to be over the age of 27, or have a minimum...
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Toews On Ice wins William Walker by 2 lengths at Churchill

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Toews On Ice took command at the top of the stretch and went on to a two-length victory over Entertainer in the $100,000 William Walker for 3-year-olds on a rainy opening night of the spring meet at Churchill Downs on Saturday. Ridden by David Lopez, Toews On Ice ran six furlongs on the sloppy track in 1:10.91 and paid $4.20, $3.40 and $2.40. The colt is named...
Via Associated Press
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Chicago Blackhawks: A season to still be proud of

The Chicago Blackhawks may be out of the playoffs, but there is no reason to simply toss the season to the back of the closet. Despite not making a deep run this year, the Hawks still had a great season with some very memorable moments. A new face came to the Blackhawks and quickly established himself onto the roster. Artemi Panarin, previously known to some as the “Russian Patrick...
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Chicago Inks Luke Johnson to ELC

Luke Johnson has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Chicago Blackhawks, the team announced Friday. Johnson was a 5th round draft pick (134th overall) for Chicago back in 2013. He becomes the fourth underclassmen to exit the University of North Dakota following their national championship victory this season, their first since 2000. He joins Paul LaDue, Troy Stecher...
Via The Hockey Writers
2 days ago

For Andrew Ladd, chance to play for a contender trumps money

As for Andrew Ladd’s hockey career, he said it’s not about getting the lucrative contract anymore as much as it’s about playing for a winner.
Via CSN Chicago
3 days ago

Jonathan Toews Not A Selke Finalist

No Vezina for Crawford, no Selke for Toews. The post Jonathan Toews Not A Selke Finalist appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Report: Blackhawks Interested In D Michal Kempny

The Hawks are already linked to a free agent defenseman. The post Report: Blackhawks Interested In D Michal Kempny appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Blackhawks: Corey Crawford not among Vezina Trophy finalists

Corey Crawford was not among the three finalists for the Vezina Trophy, annually awarded to the league's top goaltender, the National Hockey League announced Wednesday.
Via CSN Chicago
4 days ago

Hossa on Panarin: 'It was just fun to watch him'

Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa talks about the play of Artemi Panarin, and Panarin talks about his enjoyment playing for the Blackhawks.
Via CSN Chicago
5 days ago

Blackhawks positioned for more success next season

CHICAGO (AP) No June hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks this year. Heck, even May is a blank slate. Plenty of time for Chicago to plan for its sticky situation with the salary cap. The Blackhawks' title defense ended Monday night when they lost 3-2 to the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of their compelling first-round series. Six of the seven games were decided by one goal, and Brent...
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WATCH: Breaking down the Blackhawks' loss to the Blues in Game 7

CSN Chicago's Luke Stuckmeyer and Tracey Myers discuss the Blackhawks' loss to the Blues in Game 7.
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WATCH: Patrick Kane: Game 7 'not the outcome we were looking for'

Patrick Kane spoke with members of the media about the Blackhawks' Game 7 loss to the Blues on Monday night.
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WATCH: Toews: 'You always second-guess' in losses

Jonathan Toews talked after the Blackhawks' loss in Game 7 against the Blues.
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Blackhawks hit both pipes during Game 7 loss, get meme treatment

The hockey gods just were not with the Chicago Blackhawks this postseason. With four minutes left in Game 7 against the St. Louis Blues on Monday, a Brent Seabrook shot hit both pipes and then bounced out instead of going into the net for what would have been a goal to tie the game at 3: The @NHLBlackhawks were this close to a game-tying goal. #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/60d8SeE9S7...
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Chicago Blackhawks: Who will win game seven?

Don’t count the Chicago Blackhawks out of the game. Despite being down 3-1 in the series against the St. Louis Blues, the Blackhawks rallied to wins on both Thursday night and Saturday night to tie up the series. The first of the two games went into double overtime, with Patrick Kane scoring the double overtime winner. When the series headed back to Chicago for the second game...
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WATCH: Ken Hitchcock gets earful from Vladimir Tarasenko

Vladimir Tarasenko is one of the best forwards in the NHL and he makes it known almost every time he steps on the ice. With the Blues preparing to choke up another big series lead, you’d think Tarasenko would receive plenty of ice time. That hasn’t been the case and he appears to be pretty fed up with head coach Ken Hitchcock. At end of 2nd period looks like Blues' Vladimir...
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Blackhawks force Game 7 with 6-3 victory over Blues

CHICAGO (AP) Artem Anisimov, Trevor van Riemsdyk and Dale Weise scored during Chicago's dominant second period, and the Blackhawks beat the St. Louis Blues 6-3 on Saturday night to send their first-round playoff series to Game 7. Andrew Shaw added a third-period goal in his return from a one-game suspension for using a gay slur during Chicago's 4-3 loss in Game 4. Andrew Ladd had...
Via Associated Press
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Blues miss a glorious opportunity in Game 5

The setting was perfect for Game 5. The Blues had an opportunity to kick the Blackhawks out of the playoffs – an opportunity which doesn’t present itself often. The game was played in front of nearly 20,000 loud, screaming fans in the Scottrade Center. Andrew Shaw was suspended. Things appeared to be lined up for the Blues to finally exorcise some demons and boot Chicago out...
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