Friday, July 19, 2024

Hawks rally in third to beat Blues in St. Louis

The Blackhawks waiting until 6:15 into the third period to finally score last night against the St. Louis Blues, but when they did it opened up a flurry of goals.

Blackhawks end 2006 on a sour note

2006 was not kind to the Chicago Blackhawks as a whole. And it seemed fitting that the team finished the year off with two losses.

Hawks drop fourth straight

The Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Anaheim Ducks 3-0 on Saturday night, failing to score for the second straight game. The Hawks, who started out the season as one of the top scoring teams, look lost without their injured stars Martin Havlat and Michal Handzus.

Untelevised Recap IV: Scoring-challenged Hawks lose third straight

The Blackhawks lost again Wednesday night as the Vancouver Canucks blanked the home team 5-0.

Wirtz demands 15% of panhandler’s take outside United Center

If Blackhawks owner Bill Wirtz has his way, Amos Hughes, a homeless man who can usually be seen outside the United Center begging for spare change, will have to find a new territory. Citing lower advertising revenue and decreased attendance in recent years, Wirtz has begun to extend his reach outside the United Center.

Hawks lose two straight, Havlat out 2-3 weeks

Twice in two nights the Chicago Blackhawks blew a lead and were unable to recover, dropping Friday's game 5-4 to the Dallas Stars after entering the third period up 3-1, then falling to the visiting St. Louis Blues 4-3 Saturday night after going up 2-0 early in the contest.

Reporter scores Blackhawks tickets; Gets to report what really happened

The Blackhawks grabbed a solid early-season win last night against a fellow Original Six team, Montreal Canadiens. Despite being another in a long string of non-televised home games, this reporter was there in person after scoring some free tickets from someone on the inside.