After struggling to find their footing in October, the month of November represented hope and promise for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Is there hope on the horizon for the Hawks? The month of November will be very challenging with the conclusion of a four game road trip to start the month.
A lot of work needs to be done before the Hawks are back in the NHL’s upper echelon, but at this season’s end there is hope that something good lies at the other end of the rainbow.
Entering the home stretch of the regular season we haven’t seen the Chicago Blackhawks get a second wind, its been more like the Hawks have been gasping for air.
An 8-2 record in their last 10 games, along with a recent seven-game win streak, suggests that the Hawks are suddenly primed for a playoff run.
Whether the playoffs are in the cards or not for the Hawks, there are certainly reasons now to watch the final two-plus months of the season.
Not much has jumped out in the Chicago Blackhawks’ season so far in the way of highlights, making anticipation of the team’s latest Winter Classic outdoor game reasonable in spite […]
On one level recent games haven’t been too bad for the Hawks but they are still only 3-7-1 in their last 11 games.
The Vegas loss Thursday night is the latest in a six-game losing streak, four of those games coming on the road.
The dismissal of Joel Quenneville only 15 games into his 11th season at the helm of the Hawks was a clean rip away from one of the most historic runs in franchise history.