Other than Jonathan Toews, Blackhawks have struggled mightily at the dot this season, especially amid crackdowns on faceoff violations.
The two hockey writers discuss the ramifications of Corey Crawford’s injury, and answer listener questions about the Blackhawks and beyond.
Blackhawks must decide if they want to upgrade at goalie or elsewhere leading into the trade deadline Feb. 26.
Three sources tell the Sun-Times that the Blackhawks’ star goaltender is dealing with vertigo-like symptoms.
Forgotten and leapfrogged by younger prospects, the two 25-year-olds are waiting for their next opportunity in the NHL.
Veteran defenseman has been the subject of fans’ ire during trying season, but he’s a beloved, driving force to his teammates.
Goalie has been out with an ‘‘upper-body injury’’ since Christmas, and Hawks still have no timetable for his eventual return.
Blackhawks continue trend of taking early vacations in last game before their bye week.
After a stumble in Vancouver, the Blackhawks have gone 5-2-1 and allowed only 20 goals to stay afloat without their No. 1 goaltender.
Birthday-boy Kampf scores his first goal and adds an assist, Glass makes 31 saves in second win over Winnipeg in past month.
22-year-old winger got his wish after requesting a trade from Coyotes, and thinks the change in scenery and style will do him good.
With three goals and four assists in his last seven games, Oesterle cemented himself on the top pairing and made Cody Franson expendable.
Brent Seabrook scores in return to the lineup, but power-play failures drop the Blackhawks back out of a playoff spot.
Blackhawks shed Richard Panik’s $2.8-million cap hit for 22-year-old Duclair, who is an RFA after this season.
Jonathan Toews and Nick Schmaltz each score twice as Hawks pour in four power-play goals to improve to 4-1-1 in their last six games.