Last night, the Chicago Blackhawks traded Nick Schmaltz for Dylan Storme and Brendan Perlini.
A week before the NHL draft this off-season, the Montreal Canadians traded their first round draft pick Alex Galchenyuk to the Arizona Coyotes for Max Domi. This trade has been interesting to follow from Day One.
John Klingbeg's injury raised questions about the Dallas Stars' defense and how it would be without their number 1 defenseman. Esa Lindell has shoved all those questions right back in doubters' faces.
It's something that is not talked about enough. The serious toll that head injuries can take on professional sports players.
Tonight the Chicago Blackhawks take on the Carolina Hurricanes in new coach Justin Colliton's first game coaching the Chicago Blackhawks.
This has been a game changing week for the Chicago Blackhawks. For starters the team went 0-3-0 in the games from October 31st until November 6th, a truly devastating road trip that brought back flashbacks of last season. The other monumental move has been the firing of Head Coach Joel Quinneville for Jeremy Colliton, a 33-year-old coach coming up from the Rockford IceHogs.
Ladies and gentleman! The day has finally came! After 10 long months! A season, gone too soon!
The Crow is back!
Dallas is still thought of as the team that missed playoffs 5 years in a row. The team that crashed season after season and it a "lost sport" in the football capital of America. But let me tell you this: This team, this season is different. John Klingberg is one of the reasons why.
It is absolutely going to be the death of me. Goalies leaving the net. I know its a part of the game and that sometimes it’s definitely an advantage, but holy shit is it going to kill me one day.
Last season, it seemed as if the Stars had a solid spot in the 2017-2018 playoffs.. that is until they dropped 8 games in a row eliminating them from first round contention. The extended summer felt disheartening, not only for fans I'm sure.