It’s come down to John Scott. The 6-8 enforcer will be in the Blackhawks lineup Sunday night for Game 3 against the Vancouver Canucks.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Center Dave Bolland wouldn’t call it a setback, but he said his recovery from a concussion has been a “slow process.”
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — At first glance, all of the Blackhawks’ notable trash-talkers are gone. But Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa doesn’t necessarily think that’s the case.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Vancouver Canucks see everything the Blackhawks lost in the offseason. Dustin Byfuglien, Andrew Ladd, Adam Burish, Ben Eager and Kris Versteeg — players that made their rivalry more intense and hate-filled with the Hawks — are gone. The Hawks are simply different. But the Canucks underwent a makeover themselves, whether
Being on the ice with center Dave Bolland Saturday was another encouraging sign for the Blackhawks. “He was out there for a little bit with us,” defenseman Brian Campbell said of Bolland, who continues to make considerable progress as he recovers from his concussion. “As long as he’s skating that’s great for us. We’ll see
DETROIT — For weeks, coach Joel Quenneville’s answer regarding Dave Bolland and his concussion was “status quo.” That’s no longer the case.
There’s no questioning that Marian Hossa’ goal woke up the sleep-walking Blackhawks in their 4-3 overtime win against the St. Louis Blues at the United Center on Wednesday. But there are a ton of questions regarding if it was a good goal or not.