If games ended after the 2nd period, the Blackhawks 2010-11 season would have gone much better. But now, the Blackhawks are playing strong until the final horn and the 3rd period is yielding fantastic results.
Steve Montador may be one of the newest additions to the Blackhawks' defensive group, but he's found his groove on the offensive end of the floor nonetheless, joining his teammates during their hot streak.
Dave Bolland will miss his third consecutive game Sunday when the Blackhawks host the Edmonton Oilers. Corey Crawford will start in goal.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville has made some alterations this week and it looks like the Hawks are where they need to be; playing complete games and atop the Western Conference standings.
Ray Emery gets the start in goal tonight as the Blackhawks host the Calgary Flames. Meanwhile, Dave Bolland will miss his second straight game with a right foot injury.
Marian Hossa and Patrick Kane have worked magic on a line thus far this season and are among six Blackhawks on this year's All-Star ballot. One notable Hawk isn't on there, but who is it?
Bryan Bickell was a healthy scratch Tuesday night in St. Louis and says he understands the reasons behind Coach Quenneville's decision. Can he use them as motivation to improve his play?
The Blackhawks are looking for help on power plays any way they can get it and they may have to look no further than veteran defenseman Steve Montador.
After suffering a 6-2 loss Sunday to Vancouver, the Blackhawks practiced special teams and switched up some lines Monday. Duncan Keith is progressing and optimistic he'll play Tuesday.