Rockford IceHogs, a branch of the AHL Chicago Blackhawks, defeated the Chicago wolves 5-2 on Sunday and now topped the best of five series 2-0
Happy Monday, Chicago fans of Blackhawks. I hope everyone had a great weekend.
I never thought I’d say that, but Rockford IceHogs fill the void of the playoff hockey in Chicago for the Blackhawks. Having already won their first game in the playoffs on the road, IceHogs took care of the business at home on Sunday, defeating the Chicago wolves 5-2. Five different players scored a goal, including Matthew Highmore, William Pelletier, Chris Didomenico and Luke Johnson. Goalkeeper Colin Delia stopped 28/30 shots to win his second game in the playoffs.
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After the game, head coach Jeremy Colleyton praised Delia, but said the team could become more secure. It is interesting that the behavior of Coliton, whether the team is blown up or wins in the playoffs, is generally the same. He always feels that the team can improve and is never too emotional. Here is an interview with the game console Colliton.
In the game in the game was the head coach of Blackhawks Joel Quenneville and GM Stan Bowman, among other employees of the Blackhawks front office. The Hawks have several perspectives in the AHL, including the newly acquired center of Victor Eidzella, who had two shows in the Sunday game. Strikers Matthew Highmore and Anthony Luis head IceHogs in points in the regular meetings season, which also had a point every Sunday.
Finalists Calder Trophy were announced on Sunday, which included New York Islanders striker Matthew Barzal, Vancouver Canucks striker Brock Bozer and Arizona Coyotes ahead Clayton Keller. It is expected that Barzal will win the award when Bozer gets injured at the end of the season. But Blackhawks forawrd Alex DeBrincat, of course, deserves an honorable mention. Leading Chicago Blackhawks in goals with 28, DeBrincat had an excellent season of newcomers, which surpassed many of our expectations.
Former Blackhawks striker Ryan Hartman had some problems in the series against the avalanche. He was a healthy scratch for Sunday’s predators in Denver.
And, finally, the prospect of Blackhawks Enri Jokiyarju turns heads into the games of Carlson Hockey Games with the team Finland. He hopes to put a place in the Finnish national team for the World Cup next month.