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MEDICAL UPDATE: Toews Out for Maintenance Day Saturday

Forward will not practice on Saturday, Nov. 27

by Chicago Blackhawks Communications / Blackhawks.com

Chicago Blackhawks team physician Dr. Michael Terry today released the following medical update:

Forward Jonathan Toews will not practice today (maintenance).

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INSTANT ANALYSIS: Blackhawks Comeback Win with Simplified Game Late

Down 2-0 after the first period, Chicago scores three unanswered to take game in OT

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

The Blackhawks of October might've let Friday's game snowball, down 2-0 after 20 minutes of play at the United Center after a four-game road trip. But over the final 40 minutes of play, Chicago found a pair of gritty goals to pull even and then take the game in overtime, 3-2. 

"To be a good team you've got to win those games," said Alex DeBrincat, who netted the game-winner in OT. "Even if you're down, you've got to come back and find a way to win. I think that's what we did tonight and hopefully we can build on that. Earlier in the season we were down 2-0, it's probably over, but I think we had a good reset there in the intermission there and came out and played strong."

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RECAP: Blackhawks Complete Comeback Over Blues in OT, 3-2

Brandon Hagel ties game with just over 5 minutes to play, Alex DeBrincat finds winner in comeback victory

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

The Blackhawks completed the comeback on Friday afternoon to pull a 3-2 win over the Blues after trailing 2-0 at the first intermission. 

Alex DeBrincat scored the game-winner in overtime to complete the comeback bid, following regulation goals from Jujhar Khaira in the second and Brandon Hagel with just over five minutes to play in the third. Kevin Lankinen made 23 saves in his second win of the year. 

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RELEASE: Blackhawks to Host Hockey Fights Cancer Night on Sunday

Special evening generously supported by CIBC, which has also donated an additional $20,000 to the Chicago Blackhawks Foundation for cancer-related causes

by Chicago Blackhawks Communications / Blackhawks.com

The Chicago Blackhawks and the Chicago Blackhawks Foundation will host "Hockey Fights Cancer" night at the United Center on Sunday, Nov. 28, as the team takes on the San Jose Sharks. This special evening is generously supported by CIBC, which has also donated an additional $20,000 to the Chicago Blackhawks Foundation for cancer-related causes.

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PREVIEW: Blackhawks Host Blues in Friday Matinee

Chicago returns home for afternoon tilt against St. Louis exclusively on ESPN+ and Hulu

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

TIME: 2:30 p.m. CT
TV: N/A | RADIO: WGN 720 AM & TUDN 1200 AM | STREAMESPN+ and Hulu

The Blackhawks return home for a Black Friday matinee against the St. Louis Blues on Friday afternoon at the United Center. 

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INSTANT ANALYSIS: Johnson Scores NHL First in Loss to Cap Positive Trip

Late loss in Calgary a disappointing cap to positive road trip with Chicago picking up two wins

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

The Blackhawks wrapped their four-game trip with a loss to the Flames on Tuesday night in a game that was tied until the final five minutes before the home team netted a goal and a pair of empty netters for a 5-2 final. 

"I think they're disappointed and they probably a good thing," interim head coach Derek King said after the game. "OK first (period). Second period, I thought we played a solid second period, we did all the little things right, we played a certain way that this team needs to play and then the third period, we just kind of got away from it again. 

"The consistency of playing a certain way is not there yet. It's getting there. I know these guys. Going in there after the game, you look at them and they were disappointed. Which, I guess as the season has gone so far, I think that's a positive that they are upset about it."

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RECAP: Blackhawks Fall Late to Flames in Trip Finale, 5-2

Calgary finds winner with under 5 minutes to play, a pair of empty netters in Chicago defeat

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

The Blackhawks dropped the finale of their season-long four-game trip on Tuesday night to the Calgary Flames, 5-2. A late third period goal from Matthew Tkachuk proved the difference as Calgary netted a pair of empty netters late to make it a lopsided final. 

Brandon Hagel scored for a second straight game and Reese Johnson scored his first NHL goal in the defeat. Marc-Andre Fleury made 33 saves on 36 shots in the loss, snapping a four-game winning streak for the netminder. 

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PREVIEW: Blackhawks Wrap Road Trip in Calgary Tuesday Night

Chicago faces Calgary for first of three meetings this season

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

TIME: 8 p.m. CT
TV: NBCSCH | RADIO: WGN 720 AM | STREAM: MyTeamsApp (In Market) & ESPN+ (Out of Market)

The Blackhawks wrap up a four-game road trip on Tuesday night, facing the Calgary Flames for the first time this season. 

Fresh off a 1-0 win in Vancouver on Sunday night, Chicago has won five of their last six games, but faces a stiff test in the Western Conference-leading Flames, who have points in six straight contests (4-0-2). 

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RELEASE: Kalynuk Recalled, Stillman Placed on IR

Riley Stillman to miss time with left knee injury suffered Sunday night

by Chicago Blackhawks Communications / Blackhawks.com

The Chicago Blackhawks today announced that they have recalled defenseman Wyatt Kalynuk from the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League and placed defenseman Riley Stillman (left knee) on injured reserve.

Kalynuk, 24, has registered three points (1G, 2A) in four games with Rockford this season. He made his NHL debut with the Blackhawks last season on March 7 vs. Tampa Bay. He posted nine points (4G, 5A) in 21 contests with Chicago and recorded 10 points (2G, 8A) in eight games with Rockford last year.

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INSTANT ANALYSIS: Fleury Backstops Team to Victory as Confidence Grows

Netminder the difference as Chicago earns shutout win in Vancouver

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

Marc-Andre Fleury stole the show as the Blackhawks got back into the win column of Sunday night in Vancouver with a 1-0 shutout of the Canucks. 

"Our goalie kept us in it," interim coach Derek King said, describing a 'decent' first period and a second that he didn't like 'at all' in the win. "I thought our third period was the best period we've had. Guys were sacrificing, guys were blocking shots, we held onto the puck down in the offensive zone... We weathered the storm and Marc-Andre was on his game."

"Especially when it's not going right for us, obviously we needed him," said Brandon Hagel, who netted the game's lone goal. "He's going to give it to us and we owe it right back to him. His saves definitely give us a little more life on the bench, like 'OK this guy's going so we better pick it up a little bit.'"

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