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MEDICAL UPDATE: Hardman Enters Concussion Protocol

Chicago Blackhawks team physician Dr. Michael Terry today released the following medical update:. Forward Mike Hardman has entered concussion protocol and will not play tonight. RECAP: Blackhawks Fall to Canucks, 4-1 Chicago falls on home ice to Vancouver on Thursday night. by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com. 3:13 AM. The...
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Patrick Kane 1K, Toews’ Slow Start, Rockford Roundup, and Other Blackhawks Bullets

The Blackhawks are back in action tonight at the United Center, where they’ll welcome the Vancouver Canucks while still searching for their first victory of the season. • Technically, tonight will be Patrick Kane’s 1,034th NHL game, but the Blackhawks will honor the career-Blackhawks winger for No. 1,000, because his actual 1,000th game with the Blackhawks (on March 9, 2021) was played during the fan-less COVID-19 season.
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Dylan Strome will see his 1st action of the season tonight for the Chicago Blackhawks: ‘We all need that spark. It can come from anyone and hopefully it comes from him.’

Whatever was keeping Dylan Strome off the ice during the Chicago Blackhawks’ four-game slump to start the season, it’s no longer a concern: He’s starting tonight against the Vancouver Canucks. Strome has been a rumored trade piece for a while, but the Hawks need reinforcements wherever they can find them. Through an 0-3-1 campaign, they’ve never led in any of those games. Coach Jeremy Colliton ...
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GAME ON! Welcome Back Canucks Fans!

Vancouver, B.C. - Canucks fans we know you're ready! At puck drop, it will have been 595 days since fans last cheered on the home team in a full Rogers Arena. The Vancouver Canucks are thrilled to welcome YOU back to the Celebration of Heroes opening night, presented by TD, on Tuesday October 26 against the Minnesota Wild.
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Kraken say first home game will be 'special moment'

Host Canucks at Climate Pledge Arena on Saturday following season-opening road trip. Brandon Tanev said he has heard enough about Climate Pledge Arena to believe he has an idea of what it will be like inside the Seattle Kraken's rebuilt home arena Saturday. "The acoustics in the building itself will...
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Blackhawks salute former player, current radio analyst Murray at practice

Captain Toews leads stick taps to honor former player in first appearance since cancer diagnosis. Chicago Blackhawks radio analyst Troy Murray hasn't been the usual staple at practices and skates since he was diagnosed with cancer on Aug. 9. So, when Murray came to United Center prior to the Blackhawks...
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Crazy-Low Attendance Numbers For Sabres First Three Home Games

The Buffalo Sabres have come pretty close at shocking the world, or at least Buffalo, with their performance in the first three games of the regular season. The Sabres are 3-0 and it features to very convincing wins against the Montreal Canadiens and Vancouver Canucks. Forwards Kyle Okposo and Jeff Skinner are playing lights out, while the defense has held up and the goaltending from Craig Anderson has been great.
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Enjoy Patrick Kane’s Most Incredible Moments from His 1,000 Games with the Blackhawks

Tonight, before their contest with the Vancouver Canucks, the Chicago Blackhawks will honor Patrick Kane for playing 1,000 games in the Chicago sweater. I don’t know about you, but I have never personally witnessed a more extraordinary Blackhawks player in my lifetime. I’m 31 now, I was 17 when Kane was drafted in June of 2007, so Kane’s career has spanned about half of my life (and all of my adult life). I can’t even think about the Blackhawks without 88 skating on the right-wing every night, so thinking about him playing over 1,000 games so far makes me sad that we’re in the twilight of one of the greatest players in franchise history’s career.
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Coyotes Game 4 Preview: Coyotes look to break losing streak

The Arizona Coyotes are back in action tonight against a team they haven’t seen in over a year, the Edmonton Oilers. The last time these two teams met was February 4th, 2020, which saw the Coyotes emerge victorious with a 3-0 win. A lot has changed since that last meeting....
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Kraken place Alex Barre-Boulet on waivers

The Seattle Kraken have placed Alex Barre-Boulet on waivers Thursday, as Calle Jarnkrok returns from the COVID protocol. Barre-Boulet was claimed off waivers earlier this season from the Tampa Bay Lightning. After two games for the Kraken, Barre-Boulet finds himself once again available to the entire league. Should the Lightning...
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Sharks' Karlsson trade package now blossoming with Senators

The Sharks will get a firsthand look at the package of assets they used to acquire Erik Karlsson when they visit the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night. Just over three years removed from the blockbuster deal, those assets are beginning to bear fruit for Karlsson's former team. On Sept. 13,...
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Horvat Says Loss to Sabres Was Unacceptable for Canucks [Video]

The start to the 2021-22 season has been a bit of a mixed bag for the Vancouver Canucks. On the positive side, the franchise managed to sign their two big restricted free agents before the season kicked off, meaning that they were able to put the best team possible on the ice from day one.
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Markstrom shuts out Red Wings in Calgary's 3-0 win

Jacob Markstrom stopped all 33 shots Detroit took Thursday night in the Calgary Flames’ 3-0 victory over the Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena. Markstrom recorded his ninth career shutout in his 12th season in the NHL. He’d allowed seven goals with an .881 save percentage in Calgary’s first two games, but the rangy goalie had an answer for every challenge in this game.
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Canucks Power Play Needs a Shakeup

On paper, the Vancouver Canucks should have the personnel to roll out two very lethal power play units. Unfortunately, the game is not played on paper. If it was, they would be in the same realm as the Edmonton Oilers. With players like Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, Bo Horvat, and Quinn Hughes on the roster there should be no excuses for having a bad power play. Except, early in the season, that’s exactly what they have and it has cost them points in the standings. Last season, the coaching of Newell Brown was to blame. Now that excuse is gone, as Jason King has taken over those duties.
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#TBT: “Move Over, Bud!” Enjoy Steve Levy’s 1994 ESPN NHL PxP Commentating Debut

Saturday night in Seattle, Steve Levy turns Marty McFly. Levy, who joined ESPN in August 1993, goes back to the future with a return to NHL play-by-play duties. Levy will call the expansion Seattle Kraken’s Climate Pledge Arena home ice debut against the Vancouver Canucks on ESPN+ and Hulu (10 p.m. ET).
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Stars’ Holtby Is Exceeding Expectations Early

Braden Holtby was among the elite NHL goaltenders just a few years ago. However, after winning the Vezina Trophy in 2017 and capturing the Stanley Cup a year later, he seemed to lose his way. Following a very poor season with the Washington Capitals in 2019, he signed with the Vancouver Canucks. Unfortunately for Holtby, the first and only season in Vancouver was the worst of his career. Now, he has a fresh start with a heavy defensive team in the Dallas Stars and is looking to make the most of it. With the help of Stars goalie coach Jeff Reese and the support of veterans Ben Bishop and Anton Khudobin, Holtby has seemingly refound his game, and possibly his new home.
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Canucks 4, Blackhawks 1: Just what the doctor ordered

Two days after the Vancouver Canucks put in an atrocious performance against the Buffalo Sabres, all eyes were on how they’d play against the Chicago Blackhawks in the penultimate game on this season-opening six-game road trip. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.
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Horvat Says Loss to Sabres Was Unacceptable for Canucks

The start to the 2021-22 season has been a bit of a mixed bag for the Vancouver Canucks. On the positive side, the franchise managed to sign their two big restricted free agents before the season kicked off, meaning that they were able to put the best team possible on the ice from day one.
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