Tag: Patrick Kane

What to Watch for the Rest of This Blackhawks Season

From development to finding clarity to chasing honors, the home stretch of the 2019-20 campaign is where some of the groundwork for the Blackhawks’ future will be laid out.

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Blackhawks Win an Overtime Thriller Over Nashville

The Blackhawks finally got a much-needed win over Nashville.

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Three Years Later, Artemi Panarin Still Confused by Trade From Blackhawks

This is a bad visual for Stan Bowman and the Blackhawks no matter how you look at it.

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Blackhawks End Abysmal Road Trip With 3-2 Loss To Winnipeg

The Blackhawks fall to 1-4 on this Canadian road trip.

Viewing For Blackhawks Fans During the Sedins’ Jersey Retirement

While the Canucks are retiring the Sedins’ jersey numbers tonight, Blackhawks fans should reminisce on why Vancouver deemed Chicago “the most fitting opponent” to be in attendance for the ceremony.

Blackhawks Continue to Slide, Fall 5-3 at Edmonton

The Hawks now hold an 0-2-2 record over their last four games, losing out on crucial points in the standings every step along the way.

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Blackhawks: Arizona Recap, Minnesota Preview 🔊

Tony Marchese is joined by On Tap Sports Net contributor Patrick Boadway to recap the Blackhawks 3-2 shootout victory over the Arizona Coyotes. After recapping the big win, the guys preview the upcoming matchup against a division foe, the Minnesota Wild. You can tune in on Apple Podcasts and Spotify among several different platforms in

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Dominik Kubalik Named NHL’s Rookie of the Month

With the Toews’ line now rolling to the beat of Kubalik’s game, the Blackhawks become more and more dangerous.

Strome Set to Return to Blackhawks Lineup, Kubalik Named NHL Rookie of the Month

After missing seven straight games Blackhawks forward Dylan Strome will return to the lineup when the Hawks take the ice against the Arizona Coyotes.

Blackhawks: Hockey Hibernation 🔊

Listen to Episode 37 of the Four Feathers Podcast to get you through the last of this week-plus stretch without Blackhawks hockey.

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