After two first-round exits, Blackhawks are taking nothing for granted this season.
Middling start gives Blackhawks unusual urgency in regular season
Veteran defenseman had one of his best games despite playing more than five minutes less than usual.
MB Ice Arena includes two sheets of ice and room to work out and train off the ice.
Have you ever wanted Jonathan Toews face on your toast? Well, now is your chance.
DeBrincat’s goal came after the Hawks had failed on four power-play opportunities.
The current drought is similar to last season, when he scored six goals in the first six games, then went 17 games without a goal.
While Hartman wants to be more physical, coach Joel Quenneville is looking for Hartman to use his skill as well — and stay out of the penalty box.
Elevating Alex DeBrincat, recalling Vinnie Hinostroza could help the Blackhawks get back on track.
The Hawks scored four of the first five goals and led 4-2 after 20 minutes but faltered badly and slipped back to .500 at 8-8-2.
Schmaltz started the season at center but has moved back to left wing.
Alex DeBrincat has two goals, and Brandon Saad scores the game-winner in overtime.
Ex-Blackhawks comprise more than a quarter of the Hurricanes’ roster.
300 school-age children are taking advantage of the Hockey On Your Block program, which teaches kids the game for free.
After hot start, Hawks forward hasn’t scored in 10 straight games — but he feels he’s close to breaking through.
The Hawks have lost 14 straight regular-season road games against the Flyers.