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  1. Don't expect Hawks to take it easy on each other in Olympics


    Teammate becomes foe. Friend becomes enemy. So it goes for the Olympics when it comes to men's hockey. As the tournament begins, six Chicago Blackhawks will disperse to three different teams and then fight it out for gold in Vancouver. Jonathan...

    Blog | February 14, 2010
  2. Bowman's move does two things


    Stan Bowman's first major move as general manager could turn out to be a short- and long-term winner. In obtaining defensemen Kim Johnssonand prospect Nick Leddy from the Minnesota Wild for Cam Barker, Bowman addressed depth on the blue line while...

    Blog | February 12, 2010
  3. Rogers' mailbag: A goalie? A defenseman?


    It's Monday, so time to answer your questions. With all these rumors about the Hawks going after goalies like [Tim] Thomas and [Dan] Ellis, who could you see them trying to get? Thomas scares me as his confidense is shot (or just saving his stuff ...

    Blog | February 08, 2010
  4. Bolland should get physical welcome back


    Dave Bolland will have a nice, easy, skating game on Wednesday in his return from November back surgery. Not. The St. Louis Blues are in town, which means nothing will come easy. The Blues like to muck it up, and at times, play the physical ang...

    Blog | February 03, 2010
  5. Blackhawks return to form in 3-1 win over Flames


    CALGARY, Alberta -- Now, that's more like it. The Chicago Blackhawks returned to form with a solid skating night, outlasting the Calgary Flames 3-1. Hawks coach Joel Quenneville was looking for a rebound effort after Tuesday's loss in Ottawa and ...

    Blog | January 21, 2010
  6. Stan Bowman not worried about Blackhawks' goaltending


    CALGARY, Alberta -- Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman is happy with his goaltending, but isn't ruling anything in or out as the March 3 trade deadline approaches. "We're going to meet over the next couple weeks and get ready before th...

    Blog | January 21, 2010
  7. Hawks pulling off rare top-five


    You want some more good news? Very quietly the Chicago Blackhawks' power play has moved into fifth place in the NHL. They are scoring at a 20.8-percent clip. It's been a long, slow climb, and it's not a surprise the addition of Marian Hossa coinci...

    Blog | January 15, 2010
  8. Huet, Hawks back on track


    And just like that, Cristobal Huet and the Blackhawks are back on track. Huet came 90 seconds from stealing a page out of Martin Brodeur's book and earning his fourth shutout of the season, but Duncan Keith got mixed up with a referee and turned t...

    Blog | December 31, 2009
  9. Blackhawks-Red Wings notes: Will Antii Niemi be back?


    DETROIT -- Not many lumps of coal to pass around the Hawks organization these days. Not when you're 24-9-3 at the Christmas break and have shut out your long time nemesis twice in four days-with two different goaltenders no less: -- Detroit coach ...

    Blog | December 24, 2009
  10. Seabrook, Keith look out of sync


    It wasn't all bad Tuesday night against the San Jose Sharks. In fact, the players were harder on themselves than I was. Defensively, there were mistakes, but offensively, I thought the shot selection wasn't too bad. Let's face it, when you have th...

    Blog | December 23, 2009
  11. Yzerman scouts Blackhawks for Canadian Olympic team


    Steve Yzerman is taking one last look around the league before he gets to play Santa Claus at the end of the month. The Olympics in Vancouver are around the corner and the Canadian team's general manager spent Friday night at the United Center sco...

    Blog | December 18, 2009