The Chicago Blackhawks still have a lot of work to do to get under the salary cap, but they are still finding a way to restock the cupboard and rebulid their depth. They are mastering the art of winning in the NHL salary cap era.
The NHL offseason is upon us and the weak free agent market could make the trade market more active.
The Chicago Blackhawks are going to have some tough decisions to make this offseason because of the NHL salary cap. How much is that going to hurt them?
The Chicago Blackhawks have a chance to win their third championship in six years on Monday night when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Blackhawks have not clinched a Stanley Cup on home ice since 1938.
The Chicago Blackhawks roster still has ties to several former players, including Jeremy Roenick and Tony Amonte. All you have to do is follow the trade chains.
Kimmo Timonen and Kris Versteeg are in the Blackhawks lineup Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Chicago Blackhawks could have a different look to their lineup in Game 3 as it appears Bryan Bickell and Trevor van Riemsdyk will play.
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After two games in which Chicago's top line didn't generate enough offensively, head coach Joel Quenneville appears to be mulling splitting up Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane.
Blackhawks forward Kris Versteeg practically ate the goal post on the Tampa Bay Lightning net. He also got a penalty on the play.

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