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Hitchcock thinks Backes will return 'in the next two or three games'

The St. Louis Blues played a valiant Game 3 against the Chicago Blackhawks without captain David Backes.

Losing 2-0 and surrendering an empty-net goal in the closing seconds is nothing to get down about, but Blues coach Ken Hitchcock has all faith they won’t be without Backes for much longer. 142 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Jonathan Toews Should Keep His Head Up Tonight

Brent Seabrook has been suspended three games for his hit on David Backes Saturday, and it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that, even up 2-0, St. 213 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Brent Seabrook suspended 3 games by NHL for his awful hit on David Backes

Brent Seabrook will sit the next three games of the Blackhawks vs Blues series after raising the boom on David Backes.

As explained by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety, the Chicago defenceman’s punishment centres around charging (he left his feet to deliver the hit) and interference (Backes didn’t have control of the puck), despite Seabrook’s shoulder striking Backes squarely in the head. 29 more words


Playoff Threeview: St. Louis & Chicago

CIII2. Blues 52-23-7 (111 points, 2nd in Conference III) vs. CIII3. Blackhawks (46-21-15, 107 points, 3rd in Conference III)

Season Series— Blues 3-2

Leaders… 369 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Great Game Previews In History: 1 April 2014

Today in History

The Recapture of Bahia begins on April 1, 1625 as a combined Spanish and Portuguese force made an effort to take back the Brazilian port town of Salvador da Bahia from the Dutch during the Eighty Years War (these countries, incredibly, were world powers in the 17th century and boy does that seem weird). 469 more words

Dallas Stars

Another drive is alive to get Drake into Hockey Hall of Fame

A group of local businessmen is making another push to have Clare Drake inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the builder’s category.

Drake, who influenced scores of coaches — among them current NHL bench bosses Mike Babcock, Ken Hitchcock and Barry Trotz — richly deserves to have his place in the Hall, but it’s up to one of the 18 selectors to nominate him and again work at selling him, even if he’s a hockey pioneer. 348 more words

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