Showing posts with label Bryan Bickell. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bryan Bickell. Show all posts

Thursday, April 24, 2014

(Video) Patrick Kane wrist shot OT goal



You might not have seen it last night, but this is a dirty game winning goal by Patrick Kane against the St. Louis Blues in overtime. Out of 14 games, the visiting team has only won one game.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

(video) Bryan Bickell smokes Vladimir Sobotka



Chicago Blackhawks forward Bryan Bickell absolutely smokes St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Sobotka with a good, hard, legal check.

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Tampa Scores on Own Net; Jonathan Toews Gets Credit For Goal



Easy goal for Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews eh? I would imagine that this flukey goal will create a buzz on the internet in the near future. Unfortunately for the Blackhawks, they still ended up losing in to the Tampa Bay Lightning in overtime.  That was the fourth goal of the season for Toews who seems to have gotten off to a slow start for the Blackhawks scoring (4g-3a—7pts) in 10 games.
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Monday, June 24, 2013

(Video) edit: Boston Meltdown: Chicago scores two goals in 17 seconds



So, the season ends on this unfortunate sequence of plays. The Boston Bruins were 77 second way from forcing a game seven. With the score 2-1 in Boston’s favor, many Boston fans were already looking forward to a game seven in Chicago and then the roof fell in on the TD North Garden.
The Boston meltdown started at the 18:44 mark of the third period when Chicago forward Bryan Bickell scored the game tying goal. The game winner was scored by Chicago forward Dave Bolland 17.7 seconds later. Turnaround is fair play right? Chicago had done to the Boston Bruins, what the Bruins had done to the Toronto Maple Leafs three rounds earlier. Such is life...
UND’s Connection to the Stanley Cup

Most, UND hockey fans will be happy for former Fighting Sioux forward Jonathan Toews as he wins his second Stanley Cup. Actually, that's two Stanley Cups in four seasons for the Chicago Blackhawks captain (2010, 2013). Toews joins the Great One in winning two Stanley Cups, as a captain, before his 26th birthday. Toews was big on the score sheet as well tonight, as he scored a goal and an a assist tonight




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Monday, June 17, 2013

(Video) 2013 SCF Game three... Bickell and Chara scrum; Marchand vs Shaw game ending fight.



What a fitting ending to an awesome game between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. Things got nasty at the end, so things are going to heat up it would appear. With the win tonight, the Boston Bruins have now won 11 straight game threes.

The Boston Bruins have also killed off 26 straight power plays, that's why the Blackhawks are 0/11 on the power play. Incidentally, the Boston Bruins have not given up a power play goal since game five of the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs against the New York Rangers when Dan Girard scored a power play goal at the 10:39 mark of the first period. That goal gave the Rangers a brief 1-0 lead.

Also, Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara had seen enough and sent Chicago Blackhawks forward Bryan Bickell a message. I honestly don't think that Bryan Bickell has any idea what he was getting into with Chara. Chara is one of the toughest players in the NHL. As far as the Brad Marchand and Andrew Shaw fight goes. Meh! Give me a heavy weight bout anytime.
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Saturday, June 08, 2013

Patrick Kane goal; no penalty called on the play



This was the go-ahead goal by Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane, the L.A. Kings were unhappy and felt that there should have been a penalty called on the play. After further review, it might have been the right call on the play. That being said, the goalie needs to be ready at all time, regardless. Jonathan Quick struggled early in the game.


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Friday, June 07, 2013

Blackhawks vs Kings; Blackhawks lead series 3-1



The L.A. Kings lose for the first time at home during the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Chicago Blackhawks make L.A. Kings all-world goalie Jonathan Quick look human, the goal by Hossa was an absolute blast, in fact, Quick is probably still looking for the puck.

Scoring for the Blackhawks: Bryan Bickell (8), Marian Hossa (7) and Patrick Kane (3) find the twine and score big goals for the Blackhawks. Scoring For the L.A. Kings: Slava Voynov(6) and Dustin Penner (3).

Bryan Bickell is an unrestricted free agent in the offseason and has had a big 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs scoring (8g-3—11pts), you would think that he’s going to be getting a big raise in the offseason. According to capgeek.com Bickell is  making $541,667.00
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Monday, May 27, 2013

Detroit's Joakim Andersson scores a knucklepuck goal



I was beginning to think we were watching Mighty Ducks. What next? The flying v... Detroit Red Wing forward Joakim Andersson scores a knucklepuck goal and Chicago Blackhawks goalie Cory Crawford didn't have a chance on the goal.
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Thursday, May 09, 2013

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Raffi Torres hit on Marian Hossa


One year to the day after Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres hit On Brent Seabrook with a questionable hit behind the Blackhawks net Torres laid out Marian Hossa with this hit. The problem is that Torres left his feet to make this hit. The NBC broadcast crew interviewed the Blawkhawks head coach  Joel Quenneville on the bench and it was pretty obvious that he was very angry that four guys on the ice could miss that hit.

You would have to think that Raffi Torres might be looking at a big suspension and the possibility that this could be his last game during the 2012 playoffs, or not. Hossa was carried off of the ice on a stretcher and there was no penalty on the play.



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Sunday, April 15, 2012

Andrew Shaw ejected for decleating Coyotes goalie Mike Smith


The Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw was ejected from last night's game for hitting Coyotes goalie Mike Smith. Depending on what angle you watch this collision from, it does appear that Shaw caught Smith with an elbow in the head. I think that Shaw could have avoided this collision and this was an unnecessary hit on the goalie who was playing the puck.

It also appears that Smith might have embellished this hit a bit and some have suggest that Smith should get a n Oscar for his efforts. I was watching the game with my buddy last night and I suggested this to him. Kind of reminds me of another goalie that tended to embellish a bit on the ice every time someone tapped him.

There are other hockey fans that have advocated that the goalie should be fair game if he steps outside of his crease.  I think the best way to start a brawl is to run the other teams goalie.
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