The Atlanta Hawks hired San Antonio Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer as their new head coach, replacing Larry Drew.
Warriors Hawks step curry missing his second straight game with a foot injury or shall ..... less good Warriors with a big push ups and at the break third quarter the Hawks stormed back Joseph Johnson. Wide open spaces agree it is. Team high
Jim Kozimor talks with the Kings' Sean May prior to their November 4th matchup with the Atlanta Hawks .
Sacramento Coach Paul Westphal met the media after the Kings lost 113-105 to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night.
Hawks Warriors and yeah Don Nelson honored on hall ..... hard personally. is true as well but the Hawks respond Kyle Korver wide open spaces. Atlanta ..... nineteen points fourth quarter he had become a Hawks . With the left hand. Smith sixteen points
Nikolai Khabibulin will get the start tonight as the Blackhawks host the Senators and Sheldon Brookbank will play his second game in a row after his strong performance on Monday.
Nikolai Khabibulin had another tough outing on Tuesday before the Blackhawks went on to defeat the Senators, but his teammates were quick to defend him after the game.
Tracey Myers offers six musings following the Blackhawks' back-to-back losses to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Minnesota Wild. The Blackhawks are now sixth in the Western Conference standings.
As the Blackhawks prepare for the matchup against the Minnesota Wild, Insider Tracey Myers brings you the Five Things to Watch for tonight's game.
Wild goaltender Niklas Backstrom still isn't feeling 100 percent, but things didn't look that way as the Wild went on to record a 5-3 victory over the Blackhawks on Saturday night.
On Friday, the Blackhawks agreed to terms with forward Brad Mills and recalled him and Jeremy Morin from Rockford. In addition, defenseman Mike Kostka was placed on injured reserve.
Relive the crazy battle between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Chicago Blackhawks that went to overtime in the Chevy Hawks Rewind.
Thursday's matchup between the Blackhawks and Lightning had a number of weird moments. But Matt Carle's goal on Ben Bishop was definitely the weirdest.
CSNChicago.com Blackhawks Insider Tracey Myers lays out the most intriguing storylines in Wednesday's matchup between the Hawks and Lighting, including a homecoming of sorts for Nikolai Khabibulin.
Comcast SportsNet Blackhawks analyst Steve Konroyd gives his three keys to a Hawks win in Tampa, and that includes not letting the Lightning's big guns -- or underrated scorers -- do damage.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman is using a model similar to the Blackhawks' as he works to develop a strong system throughout Tampa Bay's entire organization.
Bryan Bickell and Jonathan Toews earned the Blackhawks a 2-0 lead, but after a rough third period the defending Cup champions went on to defeat the Panthers in a shootout.
As the Blackhawks prepare for their trip to Florida, Joakim Nordstrom heads to Rockford to improve his game while Ben Smith gets an opportunity with the Hawks .
With the Blackhawks now in fourth place in the Western Conference, Insider Tracey Myers dives into some thoughts on what the Hawks need to improve on to climb up the standings ladder.
Dave Bolland revisits the United Center but will have a new look. The Blackhawks are ready and Patrick Sharp claims that his tricks won't work against them.
After another stagnant performance on offense, Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is switching up lines to get Jonathan Toews and the rest of the ' Hawks going.
Patrick Sharp scored career goal No. 200, the Blackhawks picked up franchise win No. 2,500 and the Hawks won in Raleigh for the first time since January 1998.
Patrick Sharp had two goals -- the first of the night and the winner in the shootout -- as the Blackhawks prevailed, 3-2, in a shootout in Raleigh to top the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night.
Check out a Rewind from the Blackhawks' victory over the Hurricanes Tuesday night
After recording a 3-2 win over the Sabres, the Blackhawks will look for their third consecutive victory as they face the Carolina Hurricanes. Catch all the action beginning at 6:00 on CSN.