Philipp Kurashev


#ExtendKurashev It’s a hashtag I’ve been using all week, somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but somewhat serious. The Blackhawks’ soon-to-be 24-year-old winger has 2 goals and 4 assists in six games this season, which comes out to a 55-point pace. But there’s more to his game than the numbers. Kurashev has emerged as one of the team’s most reliable two-way forwards. https://twitter.com/TalkinHawkey/status/1586877067072765955?s=20&t=CX23Yt3191-gFqmrdKBgrw Philipp...

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After winning four games in a row, the Blackhawks picked up their second consecutive loss, losing 4-3 in overtime in Buffalo on Saturday night. The Hawks got goals from Jason Dickinson, Sam Lafferty and Taylor Raddysh, but the story was goaltender Arvid Söderblom, who was absolutely outstanding in the loss. He stopped 41 of 45 Sabres shots, and is the number one reason the Blackhawks picked up a point. Can’t ignore the first period The Blackhawks learned a lesson in the first period. If they don’t come out 100% ready to go, they get in trouble early. Yes, the Sabres are much improved this season, but they’re far from one of the league’s elite teams. As we’ve said on the…

Philipp Kurashev has come a long way in finally cementing his spot on the Chicago Blackhawks roster. Physically, he made the 4,407-mile journey from his hometown of Münsingen, Switzerland, to Chicago. His game has also made major strides, and the results are speaking volumes on a nightly basis. The Blackhawks drafted Kurashev in the fourth round (120th overall) of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. Following a successful junior career with the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL, he made his NHL debut in 2020. His first two seasons in Chicago showed glimpses of the player he could be, but he was yet to put it all together. Part of that was because the team had not quite figured out how to…

The Chicago Blackhawks continued their early-season success, winning their fourth straight by defeating the Florida Panthers Tuesday night. Patrick Kane tallied his first goal of the season, while Taylor Raddysh, Philipp Kurashev, and Jonathan Toews added goals of their own. Join Jay Zawaski, Greg Boysen, and Mario Tirabassi to recap the impressive win on the CHGO Blackhawks Live Postgame Show. Watch the YouTube Replay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-4fJadBIys Subscribe to the Show Follow the Hosts

The Chicago Blackhawks suffered their 8th-straight loss after falling to the LA Kings Tuesday night. Patrick Kane and Taylor Raddysh scored but their tallies weren’t enough as the Blackhawks fell 5-2. Join Jay Zawaski, Greg Boysen, and Mario Tirabassi as they discuss the loss and where the team goes from here on the CHGO Blackhawks Postgame Show. As always, you can watch the show on our YouTube channel. Please hit the subscribe button when there. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U318jpqv10A