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  • Blackhawks' power play far from electric in Game 1

    Blackhawks' power play far from electric in Game 1
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — After failing to score on three power-play opportunities in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against the Ducks, Patrick Kane was asked what the Blackhawks can do better with a man advantage. "Everything," Kane said after...
  • Sunday's recap: Ducks 4, Blackhawks 1

    Sunday's recap: Ducks 4, Blackhawks 1
    The Blackhawks came out with the speed and intensity of a well-rested team. But despite their best efforts, they had trouble solving Ducks goaltender Frederik Anderson. It was Anderson’s stellar performance in net that paced the Ducks to a 4-1...
  • Andersen's Ducks knock off Blackhawks 4-1 in WCF opener

    Frederik Andersen lunged forward and stretched out his stick, taking a desperate chance to stop Patrick Kane. The Chicago star's shot somehow glanced off Andersen's lumber and flew over a painfully open net. Andersen kept the Anaheim Ducks in the Western...
  • Frederik Andersen's stick save sets the pace for Ducks to beat Chicago

    Frederik Andersen's stick save sets the pace for Ducks to beat Chicago
    There was the glove in Game 4 in the second period against the Calgary Flames. This time, it was the stick in the first period in the opening game of the Western Conference finals between the Ducks and the Chicago Blackhawks. The owner of the stick...
  • Ducks vs. Blackhawks: Three keys in Anaheim's Game 1 victory

    Ducks vs. Blackhawks: Three keys in Anaheim's Game 1 victory
    The Anaheim Ducks defeated the Chicago Blackhawks, 4-1, in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Sunday at Honda Center. Here are three keys to the Ducks' victory: 1) The Ducks’ third line of Andrew Cogliano, Nate Thompson and Kyle Palmieri...
  • Ducks believed they could defeat Blackhawks, and they show it with 4-1 win

    Ducks believed they could defeat Blackhawks, and they show it with 4-1 win
    The Ducks spent Sunday afternoon proving they could beat the Chicago Blackhawks. By winning, 4-1, in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals at Honda Center, they also took on the other most pressing questions about their capability of claiming hockey's...
  • Ducks' third line shines in Game 1 win over Blackhawks

    Ducks' third line shines in Game 1 win over Blackhawks
    On a team blessed with size and brawn, three of the Ducks' smallest forwards were their biggest players Sunday. Officially, left wing Andrew Cogliano is listed as being 5 feet 10, right wing Kyle Palmieri at 5-11, and center Nate Thompson the behemoth...
  • Blackhawks vs. Ducks: Who has the edge?

     Blackhawks vs. Ducks: Who has the edge?
    The Blackhawks and Ducks begin their best-of-seven Western Conference finals Sunday. Who has the edge? Offense: Led by Patrick Kane (seven goals, eight assists) and Jonathan Toews (four, seven), the Hawks' top two lines were very effective against the...
  • Ducks' Corey Perry returns to practice

    Ducks' Corey Perry returns to practice
    Ducks right wing Corey Perry — the man crawling off the ice Sunday in the second period of Game 5 against Calgary and later returning to score the series-clincher in overtime — was back at it Friday for the first time since all that high-level...
  • Live updates: Ducks vs. Flames, Game 5

    Live updates: Ducks vs. Flames, Game 5
    Corey Perry overcame a knee injury and allowed his coach to overcome the monkey on his back of never reaching a conference final Sunday night. By pushing a rebound past Calgary goalie Karri Ramo 2 minutes, 26 seconds into overtime, Perry tallied his...
  • Penalty killing, face-off winning make Ryan Kesler unpopular in Canada

    Penalty killing, face-off winning make Ryan Kesler unpopular in Canada
    The public enemy thing was ramped down, a bit, in Calgary for Games 3 and 4 of the Ducks-Flames series. Not that they stopped booing Ducks center Ryan Kesler. Of course they did. This is about degree of dislike. On the Canadian meter of Kesler dislike...