Thursday, October 13, 2016
The Chicago Blackhawks Jersey opened the 2016-17 regular season with a showdown against rival St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night at the United Center.
Behind three scores on the power play, the Blues skated to a 5-2 victory in the rematch of the first-round series of playoffs last season.
Vladimir Tarasenko had two goals and an assist, and Paul Stastny Kevin Shattenkirk each added a goal and two assists and Scottie Upshall also scored for the Blues. Richard Panik scored with a man advantage for the Hawks and Ryan Hartman scored his first career NHL goal in losing effort.
Jake Allen made 17 saves for the win in goal for the Blues, while Corey Crawford (29 stops) suffered the loss for the Hawks.
The Hawks had five rookies in the lineup, including Hartman forward, Nick Schmaltz, Vinnie Hinostroza and Tyler Motte and defender Gustav Forsling. In addition, defense of 26-year-old Michal Kempny made his NHL debut after closing the session of the KHL.
"We want to make sure we are playing the right way from beginning to end," said coach Joel Quenneville Hawks. "There will definitely be some learning going on and we'll be accepting the mistakes of hard work, but that's where it gets better."
"It's frustrating. You can always argue a few calls if you do not feel that they deserve. Sometimes they will go against you. We have to do a way better job of killing. There will be slides and that when we are in the box for a while and we have to find a way out of it. 'Crow' was playing well. He kept us in the game for a long time and obviously throughout the East, at the end of the second period there, again, we were I working in any area of the game. I think with a power play like theirs that will only make plays. " - Hawks captain Jonathan Toews Jersey
"What was great about it was that we entered after the first period by an objective and not head down. We felt like we played a very solid period and, honestly, a great period in a hostile environment like this, where fans They jacked ... and had to play a bit of a game that stays at home, bored, just try and calm things down and then set our game in the second. "- Shattenkirk
"It's a very good feeling. It's something you dream of doing all his life, but at the same time we've lost. I hope to return on Friday with a little more energy and a little more urgency battle." - Hartman to score his first goal of his career
Saturday, October 8, 2016
With only three games left in the season, Fennville began his quest to end the season above .500 with a visit 4-2 Constantine. Unfortunately, that search never got off the ground and the Blackhawks would suffer their fifth straight loss, 48-19.
Fennville drew first blood in a 35-yard touchdown Noah MacDonald. From there, it was back and forth throughout the first half. Fennville had problems stopping the run and it cost them all game. But they did not so much as sanctions.
Fennville lost ground in several offensive units with penalties - establish itself back 30 yards in consecutive series after making his way to the field. In all, the Blackhawks Kane Jersey committed nine penalties for 70 yards.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Erik Gustafsson was not trying to hide his disappointment.
His blank stare supplemented his criticism to answer a question about how his training camp has gone so far.
"It's been good in practice at the start of camp, but practice games have not been so good," Gustafsson said. "It was difficult to play - and no excuse - but it's difficult to play against my own team of the moment."
Gustafsson had the opportunity to play against another team Sunday night when the Hawks fell 6-3 to the Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena, the fourth of six exhibition games to play before the season opener Oct. 12 ..
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
CHICAGO - The future of the left wing Artemi Panarin has become a great scenario for the Chicago Blackhawks, with a remaining season on the entry-level contract of 24-year-old.
Panarin, who won the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year the NHL last season, could become a restricted free agent July 1. The Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday that Panarin seeking a six-year contract worth of $ 36 million.
The Blackhawks Jersey have faced similar situations the past two offseasons with Brandon Saad and Andrew Shaw attackers; each time, they exchanged restricted free agents waiting rather than negotiate a new contract. They would like to avoid this option with Panarin, who had 77 points (30 goals, 47 assists) in his first NHL season, playing mostly on a line with Patrick Kane, the winner of the Hart Trophy as MVP of the NHL.
"We are always confident," said Bowman. "You go into a negotiation expecting to get a deal done. That's the way I've been in the past, and that's the way I am now. I respect [Tom Lynn]. He is a guy very well. I know Artemi put a lot of faith in him, and Tom and I will work to do something. "
Monday, September 26, 2016
The attacker was passed over not once, but twice, consecutively in the NHL draft. Despite unnoticed however, Fortin has put more effort into his game and it clearly paid in Chicago. Consistency and the puck are always priorities for the Hawks, and Fortin has proven that it is capable of both. He also played a strong game at training camp 2016 Festival, where it won support and had great offensive qualities to his playing style.
Having Fortin on the team could be an important asset for the Blackhawks. They were in search of cheap players after salary cap issues forced them to exchange familiar faces. Signing a young player like Fortin at a low cost wage would give him the chance to play for a top team, while giving the Blackhawks some flair to add to the list, and room to breathe.
Fortin could also help open a future talent for Chicago. As key members of the team, as Marian Hossa, age, the seat will definitely be looking for younger members of the team to move forward. Artemi Panarin is a key example of expanding Hawks this season. Not only did he win the Calder Trophy in 2016, but he, Patrick Kane, and Artem Anisimov was probably the best line that the Hawks had all season. If Fortin could bring this type of talent to the team, it would be a major advantage for both parties.
Fortin most likely will not join the Cheap Blackhawks Jersey this season, and instead of continuing to grow in the League Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). For the last two season, Fortin is a member of the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies and scored a total of thirty and fifty-three goals and assists. In the 2015-16 season, he helped the Huskies to win the Cup for their first president, the annual award for the playoff champions of the QMJHL. The team also played in the Memorial Cup tournament in 2016, but they eventually lost to the London Knights in the championship final.
The Blackhawks are no strangers to find spent on players and bring out the best of their talents. Former Hawks center Andrew Shaw was taken only after being passed under two projects, as Fortin. Despite not being a sought after player, as Kane and Jonathan Toews, Shaw turned his hard work solid game for the Hawks and ended up winning two Stanley Cups before being traded to the Montreal Canadiens.
Fortin has a chance to make a big impact with the Blackhawks, but he will have to really impress to crack the list. It has already been praised by the coaching staff, including assistant coach Kevin Dineen who loved his willingness to learn. Despite being young, his age could be an advantage and the Blackhawks should definitely keep in consideration for potential seasons. He showed them what he can do in their camp. Now it's just a matter of showing them what he can do against the big teams.
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Saturday, September 24, 2016
Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane said he's not sure when I go into training camp after Team USA was eliminated in World Cup of Hockey 2016.
"I'm not entirely sure what the plan is yet," said Kane Thursday, according to CSN Chicago. "A lot of guys, at least American guys yet, talked about it a few days off and then join your team. I'm going back to Chicago to talk to (general manager) Stan Bowman  and (coach) Joel [Quenneville] and get a sense of what they want me to do and what is best for me. "
Kane had two assists in three games, all losses Team USA at the tournament in Toronto. Despite the disappointment showing it is optimistic about the future of hockey in the United States.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
TORONTO - The skalpele są z całego świata hokeja, badając zwłoki World Cup Team USA jest o hokeju, który stracił szansę na awans do półfinału z kolejnymi stratami do Europy i Kanady.
Ale jaka była diagnoza amerykańskich graczy?
Niewybaczalny strata w pierwszym meczu do Europejskiego potpourri. Usprawiedliwionego straty w drugim do Kanady. A filozofia budowania zespołu, które stoją z tyłu, nawet przy malejących przychodów dla "Blue Collar" hokeja w tym turnieju i w NHL.
"Mieliśmy kilka napojów w grupie ostatniej nocy, i po prostu rodzaj rozmawialiśmy o niczym", powiedział Centrum David Backes, który grał dla Amerykanów w olimpiadzie w 2010 i 2014, jak również. "Myślę, że mecz przeciwko Kanadzie, myślę, że wprowadzenie uczciwego wysiłku. To była gra, w której trafiliśmy kilka postów, dostają jakieś odbija a te gry są wydarzy się przeciwko dobrym zespołom. Prawdopodobnie popełnił szczęścia, a my nie uczynił wystarczająco dużo własnego szczęścia. Ale myślę, że rzeczą, która nadal kłuje to sposób wychodzimy przed europejskim zespole. Nie dajemy uczciwy wysiłek koniecznie, i nie dać sobie szansę, aby wygrać tę grę. I stawiamy sobie za 8-ball ".
Team USA skrzydłowy Patrick Kane umieścić go bardziej succulently i bez ogródek: "po prostu niewypał przeciwko Team Europe. Prawdopodobnie można kredy, że jeden się jak nie byliśmy gotowi do gry, nie były gotowe do rozpoczęcia turnieju na czas. "
Teraz, to nieprzygotowanie można interpretować na kilka sposobów. Pierwszym z nich jest brak motywacji. Gracze brakowało go i John Tortorella, którego największym atutem zawsze oświetlenie pożary pod graczy, nie była w stanie go zainspirować.