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  • Wild advance to face Blackhawks in Western Conference semifinals

    Wild advance to face Blackhawks in Western Conference semifinals
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Zach Parise scored twice, including a short-handed, highlight-reel goal to get Minnesota going in the first period, and the Wild advanced to the Western Conference semifinals with a 4-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday in...
  • Jeff Seidel: Wings in control, but series far from over

    TAMPA, Fla. This time, the Red Wings grabbed the lead and held it. This time, the Wings didn't make any painful, gut-wrenching mistakes at the end. This time, the Wings added two more insurance goals to eliminate any drama at the end of a 4-0 victory...
  • 5 things: Series win can't hide big Blackhawks problems

    5 things: Series win can't hide big Blackhawks problems
    Say this for the Predators: They finally found a way to keep Blackhawks fans out of their building. And some other observations on the Hawks' 4-3 win Saturday in Game 6 that advanced them to the second round: 1. It really didn’t matter how Game...
  • Blackhawks' top players come through in first-round clincher

    Blackhawks' top players come through in first-round clincher
    The Blackhawks' brightest stars made sure there was no Game 7 in Nashville. Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, Duncan Keith and Corey Crawford — yes, Crawford — led the charge as the Hawks rallied to a thrilling 4-3 victory over...
  • Blackhawks still the team to beat in West

    Blackhawks still the team to beat in West
    A familiar echo bounced off the walls of the United Center at one point Saturday night after a familiar Blackhawks goalie made another save. "COR-EY! COR-EY!" the fans chanted. "I could hear it,'' Corey Crawford said after stopping all 13 shots he...
  • 5 things overheard during the Hawks' Game 6 win vs. Nashville

    5 things overheard during the Hawks' Game 6 win vs. Nashville
    Don't shave that beard yet. The Blackhawks got the job done Saturday night and closed out the Nashville Predators to stay alive in their quest for the Stanley Cup. The Hawks dodged a Game 7 in Nashville after clinching the series in six games in front...
  • Anaheim's Emerson Etem keeps working on polishing his game for Ducks

    Anaheim's Emerson Etem keeps working on polishing his game for Ducks
    Emerson Etem had been waiting for this moment for a long time, and it unfolded in a flash. Dashing up the left side with the Ducks down a goal Wednesday in Game 4 of their first-round playoff series against Winnipeg, Etem saw backskating Jets defenseman...
  • 5 things: Before you blame Darling, blame this guy

    5 things: Before you blame Darling, blame this guy
    I thought that today's "5 Things'' blog might be a shorty, but geez, the Hawks had some bad players and did some bad things against the Predators in an elimination game that resulted in a 5-2 loss. 1. Corey Crawford gave up three goals in the third...
  • Saturday's recap: Blackhawks 4, Predators 3

    Saturday's recap: Blackhawks 4, Predators 3
    The Predators came out firing on all cylinders, but the Blackhawks answered every challenge.  After Scott Darling allowed three early goals to the Predators, Corey Crawford came on in relief and didn't allow a goal as his teammates came back for a 4-3...
  • Duncan Keith scores another game-winner for Blackhawks

    Duncan Keith scores another game-winner for Blackhawks
    Try after try in the third period, the Blackhawks just couldn't seem to get the puck in the net for the go-ahead goal. But after several "oohs" and "ahs" from the United Center crowd, one shot finally found the net and lifted the Hawks to the next round...
  • Home-ice advantage overrated in Wild-Blues series

    NHL teams play all season for home-ice advantage. Only to give it away. It hasn't meant much at all in the Wild-Blues first-round Western Conference series. The teams have traded victories the first five games, three of them coming on the road, sending...