Kimmo Timonen acquired by Hawks
The Chicago Blackhawks acquired defenseman Kimmo Timonen from the Philadelphia Flyers on Friday for a second-round draft pick in 2015 and a conditional fourth-round draft pick in 2016. Timonen, 39, has not played this season after doctors discovered ...
Report: Blackhawks Pursuing Vermette, Michalek from Coyotes
NBC Chicago (blog)
The injury to Patrick Kane and the continued struggles of their blue line have left the Chicago Blackhawks in an unfamiliar spot as Monday's NHL trade deadline approaches: that of buyers. Historically, G.M. Stan Bowman has largely stayed out of the ...
Brent Sopel announces retirement
“While each professional season holds a special place in my heart, the years I spent with the Chicago Blackhawks are my fondest memories,” Sopel said. “The Chicago Blackhawks are a top class organization with a foundation for success on and off the ice.”
Chicago Blackhawks at Tampa Bay Lightning game preview
After winning their first game without their top scorer, the Chicago Blackhawks look to sweep this brief trip through the Sunshine State by beating the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday night. Chicago (37-20-5) lost Kane for possibly the season to a broken ...
NY Rangers Trade Rumors: Tyler Bozak, Keith Yandle, Antoine Vermette ...
Sports World Report
The NY Rangers are coming into the trade deadline with a few needs and names like Tyler Bozak, Keith Yandle and Antoine Vermette could be potential targets for New York along with the Chicago Blackhawks, as both teams want to strengthen up heading ...
New York Rangers remain hot, rally past Arizona Coyotes
Arizona Coyotes Andrew Campbell leans over while New York Rangers Lee Stempniak celebrates after scoring the game winning goal in the third period at Madison Square Garden in New York City on February 26, 2015. The Rangers defeated the Coyotes ...
2015 NHL Trade Deadline: Rangers Hunting for a Third Line Center?
Kevin Hayes, who has taken the fourth most draws for the Blueshirts this season, is sitting at 36.9% on draws. As a club the New York Rangers are 46.8% on the dot, which is the second worst success rate in the NHL ahead of only the Buffalo Sabres.
New York Rangers hunt down Coyotes, 4-3
The New York Rangers and Arizona Coyotes both scored a pair of power-play goals. However, when the Rangers roared back from a two-goal deficit to earn a 4-3 victory Thursday night, it was a power play the Coyotes didn't receive that had the stumbling ...