Category: Chicago Black Hawks

Blues meet Hawks heading in opposite directions

By Jim den Hollander   Editor/Publisher  Two Midwest-based NHL teams met up on Wednesday (Nov. 16) possibly heading in opposite directions.  The St. Louis Blues continued its winning streak, capturing a 5-2 win against the host Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center in the Windy City.  After the game, the Hawks remain a point ahead

All five Midwest NHL teams will look different in 2022-23

By Jim den Hollander   Editor/Publisher  In the years this website has been run the five Midwest-based NHL teams have gone through big changes.  The Blackhawks have gone from a rebuilding team to three Stanley Cups and now back to a rebuilding team. The Columbus Blue Jackets had never won a playoff series when

Rebuild made official for Hawks with 2022 Entry Draft moves

By Jim den Hollander   Editor/Publisher  When Chicago Blackhawks fans awoke on July 7, they had little to look forward to that night with no first-round selections in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal.  By the time they turned in for the night they had witnessed perhaps the busiest day in terms of moves

Kubalik leads Hawks past Oilers in first game of Qualification series

If the voting for NHL Awards has not been completed yet, Dominik Kubalik likely helped his cause. Chicago Blackhawks’ 24-year old rookie and Calder Cup (Rookie of the Year) finalist played a key role in the team’s first game back from the pause, playing a role in five of his team’s goals in a 6-4