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    Answers to frequently asked questions about the Blackhawks 2015 Stanley Cup championship movie and book.
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  • World Championship: Pokka earns silver, Panarin claims bronze

    Sunday, 05.22.2016 / 3:35 PM
    in the bronze medal game. He finished with 15 points (6G, 9A) in 10 games, second overall only to linemate Vadim Shipachyov’s 18 points. Tyler Motte (USA): Motte once again skated with University of Michigan teammates J.T. Compher and Dylan Larkin, and took one shot on goal in 15:36 of ice time. He finished the tournament with three points (1G, 2A) in 10 games. Vincent Hinostroza (USA): Hinostroza
  • World Championship: Pokka, Finland through to gold-medal game

    Saturday, 05.21.2016 / 2:56 PM
    . Before that, at 8:15 a.m. CT, Russia will face Team USA, featuring young forwards Tyler Motte and Vinny Hinostroza, as the Americans go for a second consecutive bronze medal at Worlds. Artemi Panarin (RUS): Although his line, one of the most dynamic at Worlds, was buzzing throughout the game, the 2016 Calder Trophy finalist did not record a shot on goal in 15:59 of ice time. Vincent Hinostroza (USA
  • World Championship: Four through to medal round

    Thursday, 05.19.2016 / 3:48 PM
    :14 of ice time, although his linemates accounted for three of Russia’s four tallies against Denmark. Vincent Hinostroza (USA): Hinostroza was promoted to the second line, skating alongside Brock Nelson and Frank Vatrano, and logged one shot on goal in 12:32 of ice time. Tyler Motte (USA): Despite playing his usual shutdown and penalty-killing role, Motte showed offensive flashes as he contributed four
  • World Championship: Quarterfinal field set, Panarin second in scoring

    Tuesday, 05.17.2016 / 3:07 PM
    clinch the top seed out of Group B. With the shutout, Pokka and the Finnish defensive unit has now allowed just six goals in seven games, a tournament low. Finland will take on Denmark on Thursday at 8:15 a.m. CT. Erik Gustafsson (SWE): The 24-year-old logged one assist on Saturday in a 3-2 win over Norway; he added four shots on goal, tying the team high. Gustafsson then skated 17:35 on Sunday in a 3
  • World Championship roundup: May 13, 2016

    Friday, 05.13.2016 / 11:34 AM
    in the game. Pokka skated 12:08 in the contest and took one shot on goal. Erik Gustafsson (SWE): Sweden was one defenseman short on Wednesday, but that didn’t affect their 7-3 cakewalk over Kazakhstan. Gustafsson was held without a point in 21:15, logging three shots on goal. He has one assist in four games while averaging 19:42 per game.
  • World Championship roundup: May 9, 2016

    Monday, 05.09.2016 / 2:39 PM
    As of Monday afternoon, five Chicago Blackhawks representatives have played three games for their countries at the IIHF World Championship, held in Russia (Moscow and St. Petersburg). Below, a summary of how each player has fared thus far: Artemi Panarin (RUS): Panarin was one of Russia’s standouts at Worlds last year, and after a rocky start overall for the team, the 2016 Calder Trophy finalist
  • Kane named Hart Trophy finalist

    Saturday, 05.07.2016 / 11:37 AM
    The National Hockey League announced today that Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane is one of three finalists for the 2016 Hart Memorial Trophy, given annually to the player who is most valuable to his team during the regular season. Forwards Jamie Benn (Dallas) and Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh) were also named finalists. Kane won the 2016 Art Ross Trophy as the league’s leading scorer
  • One minute remaining: No blame game!

    Monday, 05.02.2016 / 10:00 AM
    Yes, it was a disappointing finish for Blackhawks fans, but no NHL team has been able to repeat since 1998 when the hard salary cap went into effect, and our Blackhawks have been able to accomplish what no other NHL team has: THREE CUPS in SIX SEASONS! In contrast, imagine the struggle of Canadian fans: Not one of their seven teams made into the playoffs. The seven-game battle with St. Louis
  • Five reasons the Blackhawks were eliminated

    Tuesday, 04.26.2016 / 12:19 PM
    a big void in the Blackhawks' top-two defensive pairings. Three young defensemen rotated into the role, playing with Brent Seabrook, but the issue was never resolved. It didn't help that veterans Trevor Daley, Rob Scuderi and Christian Ehrhoff didn't pan out. One of the rookies, Erik Gustafsson, played a key role in the Blues' game-winning goal in Game 7. The series wasn't lost on just that play
  • Verdi: St. Louis prevails in seven magnificent chapters defined by inches

    Tuesday, 04.26.2016 / 10:59 AM
    minute. At one point, the shots were 9-4 for St. Louis. But the defending champions warmed to the task and took the next 12 shots. They also tied the score on the only power play over the first two periods. Andrew Shaw, lingering along the extended goal line to Elliott’s right, flung the puck on net. Jay Bouwmeester was crouching just in front and the puck struck him, then took a right-angle turn
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