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Tribune staff reporterWith two top offensive players out, coach Trent Yawney made it simple for any Hawk who felt he should be on the ice more: "It's put up or shut up time." The silence at the United Center on Wednesday was deafening. Except of course for the small—and...
The Associated PressThe Oilers got to the Blackhawks early, put things away late and overcame some second-period lethargy that threatened to let Chicago back into the game. Petr Sykora had a goal and an assist to help Edmonton extend its winning streak to a season-high five...
Tribune staff reporterThe next week could be the longest seven days in the short NHL coaching career of Trent Yawney. With the Blackhawks' losing streak at seven after Thursday night's 2-1 loss to the visiting Detroit Red Wings, the Hawks have seven days before they face...
Tribune staff reporterIn a week in which they will face three of the top teams in the NHL, plus another that is among the hottest in the Western Conference, the Blackhawks were without the services of leading scorer Martin Havlat for Friday night's 8-3 loss to the Nashville...
Tribune staff reporterAs the Blackhawks took the ice Thursday, they found themselves in a familiar position. Not only were they on their annual trip while the circus invades the United Center, but they also were fighting early for their postseason lives.That fight took one...
Tribune staff reporterOfficially, the Blackhawks' losing streak is now at eight games. But Thursday night's 2-1 loss to the New Jersey Devils in a shootout wasn't a total defeat for the Hawks, who picked up a point for the first time since Oct. 18. "A huge point," center...
Tags: Death, Bryan Smolinski, Rene Bourque, Chicago Blackhawks, Soccer
Tribune staff reporterSaturday night was a good news/bad news/OK news type of night for the Blackhawks. Martin Havlat returned after a seven-week, 19-game layoff and had two goals and an assist, but the Hawks lost their third straight game. But even with the 5-4 overtime...
Tribune staff reporterLast weekend coach Denis Savard said he would favor bringing back the current Blackhawks for next season. Considering the team will finish well out of the Western Conference playoff chase, the statement was a bit surprising. Or perhaps Savard believed...
Tribune staff reporterBlackhawks backup goaltender Brian Boucher earned a job with a standout training camp. But his first start of the season Saturday night will not go on the personal highlight reel. Radek Dvorak beat Boucher from a sharp angle late in the third period to...
Tags: Death, Bryan Smolinski, Football, Jassen Cullimore, Adam Burish
Tribune staff reporterMartin Havlat went crashing into the end boards on a delayed penalty in the third period Friday night in Dallas and he limped on a painful right ankle to the Blackhawks dressing room, possibly a metaphor for the Hawks' playoff chances. Two Stars' goals...
Tribune staff reporterFour goals in the NHL are normally as sure a thing as there is in this world—death, taxes and get a four-goal lead and you win a hockey game. Unless the Boston Bruins are the team that has the lead, then it only adds to the drama. The Bruins came into...
Tags: Death, Bryan Smolinski, Chicago Blackhawks, Brad Stuart, Soccer
The Associated PressBlackhawks coach Denis Savard—now presiding over an eight-game losing streak and falling below .500 for his brief coaching career—repeatedly has said "good things are happening" that haven't shown up yet in the team's record. The only problem is...
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