The Hawks’ bruiser comments on the points streak coming to an end, adjusting to the hectic schedule and etiquette on fighting during games.
Chicago Blackhawks right wing Jamal Mayers (22) fights with Phoenix Coyotes center Kyle Chipchura (24) during the first period of their game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale Arizona, on Saturday, April 14, 2012. (Nuccio DiNuzzo / Chicago Tribune)
They are no strangers to coming back from deficits in postseason series and are confident they can do so again against BluesST. LOUIS — The Blackhawks relinquished a lead late in regulation, played more than 100 minutes of hockey and all they had to show for their efforts in the waning hours of Thursday was a 1-0 deficit in their opening round playoff series […]
Joel Quenneville, along with football coach Mike Tice, all in as an owner backing Illinois Derby-favorite Midnight RunRunning in Saturday's Illinois Derby means Midnight Hawk will be a no-show for the Kentucky Derby but Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville and Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice agree that the likelihood of winning one of the Chicago ci […]