Last night the Chicago Blackhawks lost their second preseason game 4-2 to the Detroit Red Wings. The Blackhawks drop to 0-2 during preseason play and hope ...
by: John Dietz — Daily Herald 21 Sep
Could 18-year-old Adam Boqvist seriously be on the Chicago Blackhawks' opening night roster? It seems so, especially after Joel Quenneville said: "I'm not throwing that out of the realm of possibilities."
by: Tab Bamford — Committed Indians 21 Sep
On Friday morning the Blackhawks reassigned defenseman Nicolas Beaudin and forward MacKenzie Entwistle to their junior teams. Entwistle, 19, scored his first – and apparently only – preseason goal in Detroit on Thursday evening. He was acquired from...
by: Aaron Goldschmidt — The-Rink 21 Sep
Recap of the second preseason game of the year for the Chicago Blackhawks who lost to the Detroit Red Wings 4-2.
by: Jimmy Greenfield — Chicago Tribune 21 Sep
The Blackhawks expect great things from the new Patrick Kane-Nick Schmaltz-Brandon Saad line and got a glimpse of what they would love to see in Thursday night's 4-2 preseason loss at Detroit.
by: AP — USA Today 20 Sep
Defenseman Erik Karlsson's first day with the San Jose Sharks went off without a hitch.
by: Stephan_Roget — The Nation Network: Canucks Army 19 Sep
Much has already been written about the glut of forwards on the Vancouver Canucks roster, and the potential consequences thereof. As it stands, the Canucks are essentially faced with a decision bet…
by: Madeline Kenney — Chicago Sun-Times 19 Sep
In the matter of one year, Marcus Kruger was traded to four teams, saw a demotion to the AHL and had sports hernia surgery.
by: John Dietz — Daily Herald 18 Sep
Brandon Saad is looking forward to turning the page the season and helping the Blackhawks return to the Stanley Cup playoffs.
by: Cat Silverman — SB Nation: Mile High Hockey 18 Sep
Preseason is a funny thing. Players are trying to get back into the swing of things, forge relationships with new teammates and potential linemates, and audition for jobs - all while trying to...
by: John Dietz — Daily Herald 17 Sep
Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Nick Schmaltz, Alex DeBrincat and Duncan Keith headed up the Chicago Blackhawks' first power-play unit Monday as the team continued training camp at MB Ice Arena on Monday.