VANCOUVER, British Columbia — It didn’t take long for the first controversy to arise in the Stanley Cup finals. Blackhawks fans vividly recall the time Vancouver Canucks forward and pest Alex Burrows pulled defenseman Duncan Keith’s hair in a fight two years ago. In Game 1 Wednesday at Rogers Arena, Burrows bit Boston Bruins center
An informal poll via Twitter suggested one thing: There appears to be a seething hatred for all things Canucks among Blackhawks fans. It most likely works both ways, and there’s no denying some fans — and even players — enjoy seeing their rival lose. But why? Here’s a look at what some Hawks fans had
With goalie Corey Crawford having a new three-year, $8 million deal in hand, Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman said one of his objectives was to bring goalie prospect Alexander Salak in from Europe. “We’re working on that,” Bowman said of Salak’s status Thursday after the team announced it had signed Crawford. “Alex is going to
The Blackhawks cleaned out their lockers, had their final physicals and held individual meetings Thursday at the United Center. Here is a transcript of coach Joel Quenneville’s final meeting with the media of the 2010-11 season:
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Brent Seabrook is back and the Blackhawks hope to get a boost from him. The physical defenseman passed league concussion protocols Sunday and will suit up for the Hawks in another do-or-die game against the Vancouver Canucks.