After the Blackhawks put the finishing touches on a 6-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche Sunday evening, CSN's Tracey Myers and Chris Boden discuss the longer-term ramifications from the rally in the latest Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana Honda Dealers.
The Blackhawks scored three goals in 34 seconds — and five total — in the third period to rally back from a 5-1 deficit.
Is that the spark the team was looking for?
It was only one game, but are there lessons the Blackhawks can take away as they get set to host the Vancouver Canucks (Tuesday) and Dallas Stars (Thursday) at the United Center before a three-game road trip?
Niklas Hjalmarsson has called Chicago home ever since he was drafted by the Blackhawks in 2005. But now it's time for a new chapter.
After being traded to the Arizona Coyotes in June, the former Blackhawks defenseman officially said goodbye to the city he spent a decade in and helped bring three Stanley Cups to with an emotional Instagram post that perfectly sums up his time here:
One marriage. Two kids. Three rings.
Hjalmarsson will forever hold a special place in the hearts of Blackhawks fans.
On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, CSN's Pat Boyle goes 1-on-1 with Brandon Saad.
The two-time Stanley Cup Champion discusses the disappointment of getting traded just two weeks after winning the Cup in 2015, plus what’s the biggest difference between Joel Quenneville and his former Columbus coach, John Tortorella?
Saad also breaks down some of his favorite moments from his first stint with the Blackhawks, getting engaged, similarities between the Penguins and Blackhawks and of all his nicknames, which one is his favorite?
Listen to the latest episode of the Hawks Talk Podcast below: