Corey Crawford and … Collin Delia?
Could this be a goal combination for the Chicago Blackhawks next season?
The way Delia played in Rockford IceHogs this season – especially the first two rounds of the Calder Cup Cup, when he won 7-0 with 99.48 percent savings and 1.64 goals – compared to the average – it seems that possibility.
“I do not know my path,” Delia said after Jeff Glass made 28 records in the fourth game Rockford’s Game 4 in Texas in the finals of the Western Conference. “In some ways it’s not in my hands, but I can control my effort on the ice and how well I play. All the other decisions that are above my head, I just have to give it up.” Continue reading “Could Delia be Chicago Blackhawks’ backup goalie”
Marian Hossa’s career seems to be over.
The Chicago Blackhawks end told the Slovak publication Novy Cas, “I will not play hockey anymore,” in an interview published on Saturday.
Hossa, 39, played 19 seasons in the NHL with the Blackhawks, Ottawa Senators, Atlanta Thrashers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Detroit Red Wings and won three Stanley Cups.
Last June, Hossa revealed that he had a progressive skin disorder and that he was dealing with the side effects of a medication he was taking to treat it. The Blackhawks placed Hossa in a long-term injury reserve on October 4, and missed the entire 2017-18 season. Continue reading “Marian Hossa tells Slovakian paper ‘I will not play hockey anymore’”
We talked a lot about what went wrong during the Chicago Blackhawks 2017-18 season. When we start bringing in this season a call for disembarkation, it’s time to focus on several aspects of the season that have exceeded expectations. And there’s no better place to start than the player who started the season in his teens and finished it as the team’s top scorer.
Although it did not start. DeBrincat had only one goal and four assists in his first 12 games during October, calling for a second round (39th place) in 2016 in the NHL draft to get a downgrade in the AHL rating. Continue reading “Alex DeBrincat’s dazzling debut season”
The world of hockey is all delighted with the finale of the Eastern Congress in the Eastern Conference 7 between the capitals and the Lightning. Let’s dwell on some great games of the Chicago Blackhawks Game 7.
Despite the fact that in Chicago Blackhawks lands in the past few weeks were calmer, the Stanley Cup playoffs are silent. Tonight the Washington capitals will travel to Florida to take the lightning in Tampa Bay in the game of the 7 finals of the Eastern Conference.
Many fans will remember the latest game 7 against Detroit, but the first win in Game 7 won in 1965 in Detroit Olympia. After finishing 3-2 in the series, Black Hawks returned to Chicago with such star players as Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull, Pierre Pilot and Phil Esposito, hoping to put several goals against the Red Wings. They will rise and score 4 goals, while Glenn Hall launched the “Wings”, earning 4-0 home wins and setting the final game 7.
In Detroit, “Black Hawks” were able to overcome the “Red Wings” 4-2 in Game 7, earning the first win in Game 7 in franchise history. Winning will lead to another game 7 in the Stanley Cup final against the Montreal Canadiens, which the “Hawks” will eventually lose with a score of 4: 0. Continue reading “Chicago Blackhawks’ Postseason Game 7 Victory History”
The Chicago “Blackhawks” striker Marian Hossa deserves to be in the Hockey Hall of Fame?
On Saturday, May 19, forward Chicago Blackhawks Marian Hossa announced his unsuccessful exit from the NHL. He developed an allergy to his hockey equipment, and he did not improve in a year. This makes Hossa behave in an offhand manner.
Quietly, he collected a rather brief resume. However, does Hossa deserve to be in the Hockey Hall of Fame one day? He was undoubtedly a great player. But was he at the level of the other best players of all time? Let’s evaluate his Hall of Fame.
Continue reading “Evaluating Marian Hossa’s Hall of Fame case”
The author’s note: with the Chicago Blackhawks locked in No. 8 for the NHL assembly in 2018, we moved the focus of our weekly series “Former Blackhawk of the Week” to players previously selected with this eighth choice. For the third and final part of this rapid shift in focus, in 1998 No. 8 the general choice was Mark Bell.
The way before Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane were called before Duncan Kate and Brent Seabrook made their debut in the NHL in the 2005-06 season, Mark Bell was part of a group that was supposed to bring Chicago Blackhawks out of the hockey wilds. Continue reading “Former Blackhawk of the Week: Mark Bell”
The long-term right winger of the Chicago Blackhawks Marian Hossa listed his condominium with three bedrooms, an area of 3940 square meters. Feet in the “Gold Coast” quarter on Tuesday, just under $ 4.5 million.
Hossa, 39, has been skating for Blackhawks since 2009, winning three Stanley Cup championships with the team. He was on the list of long-term injured teams during the entire season 2017-2018. Because of the side effects of the drugs that he was taking for skin disorder. Hossa had three more years left on his contract with the team. Now, however, Hossa listed her condominium, which he bought for 2.35 million dollars in mid-2010.
Located in a 16-storey building built in 2004, in the building of the 14th floor of the Hossa there are 3½ bathrooms, two large terraces, an updated user kitchen Poggenpohl with appliances Sub-Zero and Miele, a master suite with steam shower, heated onyx floors , individual fuss and built-in wardrobe and two other bedrooms with reconstructed baths and dressing rooms. Hossa’s listing agent is Veronica Thomas from Century 21.
While most sons are happy to receive moms gift cards or flowers for Mother’s Day, Chicago Blackhawks striker Anthony Duclair is not like most sons.
On Sunday, Duclair posted a video on his Instagram account about the gift he gave his mother-a brand-new Mercedes-Benz:
“This is too much!” – exclaims Mom Duclair in the video.
According to the title of the video, Duclair’s mother eventually accepted the gift.
When the Chicago Blackhawks traded Ryan Hartman in Nashville during the application period for the NHL, most fans focused on the fact that the Nashville Predators gave Hawks their first round in the upcoming project.
In the short term, however, it seems that we should pay attention to the actual player Hawkeye purchased from Predators: Victor Eidzella. Continue reading “Blackhawks prospect Ejdsell shines as IceHogs take 3-0”
Rockford IceHogs, a subsidiary of AHL Chicago Blackhawks and Collin Delia’s goalkeeper – is the perfect 5-0 this season after beating Manitoba on Saturday night.
Last summer, one of the main areas of the Chicago Chicago Blackhawks was to fix a small league system that for years had become complacent. In a league where wage restrictions can prevent you from remaining successful, it is more difficult than ever to maintain talent. In an effort to get some of their young players to prepare for the next level, Blackhawks hired head coach Jeremy Coliton, who seems to have scored IceHogs for a deep playoff.
One of the players, especially the winner, is Collin Delia goalkeeper. In an ideal 5-0 record, Dellia has a league low of 1.52 goals against the average. He also played for an excellent defensive unit and a phenomenal power game that scored ten goals so far in five playoff games.
Head coach Jeremy Colleyton spoke to reporters after the second victorious victory at the IceHogs in Manitoba. IceHogs return home to Rockford to play three games on Wednesday. Continue reading “From IceHogs to Blackhawks: Who’s Next Up?”