Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Blackhawks seems to be their opening night roster.
The Hawks jersey sent forward Alexandre Fortin back to his junior team, sent to the keeper, Ivan Nalimov back to the KHL, and put Andrew Desjardins injured reserve Monday. Both Brandon Mashinter and Mark McNeill scored waivers on Monday, according to TSN. If they are removed, they will be sent to Rockford.
This would leave the Hawks with a maximum of 23 players - 13 forwards, eight defenders and two goalkeepers. This means that rookies Nick Schmaltz, Tyler Motte, Vinnie Hinostroza, Ryan Hartman and Gustav Forsling all have made the team, as well as the 26-year-old Czech import Michal Kempny.
Desjardins was injured in the third period to prevent the shot in Saturday's preseason finale. Quenneville said he will have four to six weeks.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks have not created the trade that is supposed to be a fact, and low and behold, it was the Blue rival St. Louis who pulled the trigger for manicure Yakupov.
The Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys are believed to be ready to trade the lost 1st round draft pick Nail Yakupov if you believe the rumors on Thursday, but I think most fans of the Hawks had almost a sigh of relief that do not end to make a move to get Yakupov.
Let's really think about it, the only person who would have liked on the list is Joel Quenneville who likes the puck possession, confidence and speed and Yakupov has only one of these characteristics and oh by the way does not play defense .
So having said that the big winner in this trade does not have to be the current outlook Chicago Blackhawks that seem to be increasingly a player on the active list.
Of course, the question has to be where the boys are boys and go, and the thing is the Chicago Blackhawks last preseason game could be the yardstick for the final exam.
The good news is that the Chicago Blackhawks last preseason game tonight is that of course means that the opening night is just around the corner. The other night all the young Blackhawks prospects looked good, the question is you can take it tonight's contest.
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Tuesday, October 4, 2016
When Lord Stanley became the perennial waiting for a team, no less, it can be devastating. Just ask any Blackhawks fan who witnessed the St. Louis Blues eliminated in the first round of the playoffs last year. This suppression of contention was followed by an active offseason in which we saw several renowned players leave Chi-town. Do these movements leads the Hawks have a better chance or worse to hoist the Cup this year? Let's find out.
BEST LINES OF LAST YEAR
Artemi Panarin - Artem Anisimov - Patrick Kane
Andrew Shaw - Jonathon Toews - Marian Hossa
Richard Panik - Marcus Kruger - Ryan Hartman
Andrew Desjardin - Nick Schmaltz - Teuvo Teravainen
Duncan Keith - Brent Seabrook
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
This Team Canada looks pretty good at the World Cup of Hockey Jersey. They play Team Europe tonight with a chance to keep the record of the national senior male team spotless.
But are they the best team ever Canada?
In 1987, Mario Lemieux, Wayne Gretzky group that won the Canada Cup is probably my favorite, closely followed by the 1976 group, which won the first Canada Cup with a fantastic performance of Bobby Orr in what was essentially the swan song of the great defender.
1972 Canada Summit Series offered good memories and historical moments, but the team was flawed because it lacked Orr due to injuries and other like Bobby Hull, because they had defected to the WHA.
Monday, September 26, 2016
TORONTO - Team Europe, listed in Las Vegas as a 33-1 long shot to win the World Cup of Hockey, is now just two wins away from making that happen.
Detroit Red Wings forward Tomas Tatar scored his second goal of the game 3 minutes, 43 seconds in overtime to give Europe a 3-2 win against Sweden and a place in the best of three rounds of the championship series the tournament against Canada.
"We said from the beginning, 'Play for your country," said the European coach Ralph Krueger. "When you hear the Swedish hymn, it is yours. When you hear the Czech anthem, it is yours. When you hear the Canadian anthem, it is yours. And the players have bought into it. Play together, play together with the puck, play together without the puck, fight for each other, but play for your country, and it took us a long way. "
Europeans are still considered a long shot as they head into Game 1 of the finals Tuesday (20 pm ET, ESPN).
"It's a different animal, we will face," European forward Marian Hossa said about Canada Hockey Jersey. "Everybody has to dig deep to succeed against this team. There is a next game and we're just trying to prepare ourselves against them and play a strong defensive game and you never know."
This is a team that has been dug deep since training camp began.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
TORONTO - Team USA's 4-3 loss to the Czech Republic in their final World Cup match put a frame around the most disappointing performance of the tournament the Americans since 1998 Olympics, when an unexpected early exit led to players trashing rooms in the Olympic village.
The US group had no problems off the ice, but the Americans were 0-3 in the tournament and were outscored 11-5 in the losses.
"It's really disappointing for a team that cares so much," said defenseman Jack Johnson, who played for the US national team 11 times.
Before the tournament began, most forecasters, the Czechs had pegged as the worst team in the tournament. But the Toronto Maple Leafs player Milan Michalek scored a pair of goals to lead the Czechs their first victory in the tournament.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
World Cup Hockey Matthews aùsto reason to be in the spotlight for all the big ones is what he did not do: to fit in a regular season NHL game.
That will come soon enough.
Point-a-game through two World Cup games, as a player, even to go to the net hard with his goal against Russia on Monday night that he will give a fella a tap-ins Connor MCDAVID finish line.
It gives you a little bit, but in 1991 made an even bigger jump than Eric Lindros Matthews. When the man-child of eight points in the original Hockey Canada Cup in Canada in 1991, No.1 pick of the Quebec Nordiques in the Memorial Cup on the heels of the leader of the Oshawa Generals was just after a few months.
"It is a great honor to represent your country at this stage," says Lindros, who will be honored with induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame in November. "I have great wins in this situation ... there is so much more high-end guys to hang out with a better learning environment."