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Friday, 08.22.2014 / 12:00 AM
a starting goalie there, earning more ice time as the season goes along and proving to the Chicago Blackhawks that I can be a goalie for them one day,” he said. “That’s the long-term goal. As for short-term, everyday in practice I pick something new [to work on].”
If Simpson experienced both highs and lows, then Carruth’s 2013-14 season was a veritable rollercoaster, as he bounced around between the AHL
Wednesday, 08.13.2014 / 9:28 AM
were going to cruise through the Stanley Cup Final. There's no such thing. But we like to think that we were a goal away from getting another chance."
It's no longer just the Blackhawks' organizational credo that adorns everything from stadium programs to the locker room. It's also the razor-thin margin that stood between them and a chance to become the first team in 16 years to repeat
Wednesday, 08.13.2014 / 9:26 AM
At first glance, it looks like a perfect match between center Brad Richards and the Chicago Blackhawks.
Each has the goal of hoisting the Stanley Cup again and each has something the other needs.
Richards, who felt the sting of losing the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, needed another Cup contender after the New York Rangers bought out his contract this offseason. The Blackhawks, after losing
Wednesday, 08.13.2014 / 9:07 AM
They finished one goal short of reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight season, and the focus hasn't dipped for the Chicago Blackhawks.
They still have their eyes on the Cup and took steps in the offseason to compete for it in the short and long term. They signed 34-year-old free-agent center Brad Richards to help out this season, and then negotiated identical eight-year contract
Thursday, 08.07.2014 / 3:49 PM
“I knew it was going to be stronger, bigger [competition] all around,” he said. “I knew I had to go in being a grittier player, but still play my game in order to be at my best.”
Indeed, Louis was one of the RedHawks’ best offensive threats all season, ranking fifth on the team with 25 points (12G, 13A) in 36 games; setting his sights higher, he’s aiming to finish among the NCAA’s top
Tuesday, 07.29.2014 / 2:32 PM
an exclusive one-on-one interview with Chicago Blackhawks center ANDREW SHAW. Shaw, the Blackhawks 5th round draft pick in 2011 who is coming off his best regular season to date with 20 goals and 39 points, discusses numerous topics in this half-hour special including his childhood in Belleville, Ontario, why he believes the Blackhawks drafted him, the experience of his first NHL goal, his infamous facial
Saturday, 07.19.2014 / 8:55 PM
CHICAGO -- Brad Richards is just getting to know the Chicago Blackhawks, so forgive him if his approach is still a little formal.
After signing a one-year contract with the Blackhawks on July 1 worth a reported $2 million, the veteran center is meeting most of his new teammates this weekend at the Seventh Annual Blackhawks Fan Convention.
The event, hosted at the Chicago Hilton, drew
Friday, 07.18.2014 / 4:13 PM
. It was good to get the legs going one last time.
Scoring my third goal of Prospect Camp was good. My linemate, [2014 pick] Jack Ramsey, just got it behind the net, threw it in front and I was grinding away and put it in five-hole. It was good to get a goal out there in front of the older guys.
Coming into camp, I definitely had an idea of what it was going to be like; I expected the pace out
Thursday, 07.17.2014 / 8:52 PM
and playing with ease was most evident between center Nick Schmaltz and winger Anthony Louis from Red, who were rarely on separate lines and looked like one of the more dynamic tandems at camp.
“[We played together] when we were young, so I kind of know how he plays,” Louis said of Schmaltz. “He’s a skilled guy like me; he thinks the same game as I do. So it was really easy playing with him.”
Wednesday, 07.16.2014 / 8:45 PM
the right wing, and his shot from the boards found Walser on the rebound.
With White still down a goal and trying to maintain pressure, Red swooped in with one final push, ending with Louis’ goal to cap off the 6-4 victory.
The two teams will play one final scrimmage tomorrow. With bragging rights on the table, it will also be the prospects’ last chance to get out on the ice and show the coaches