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  • Blues lose Oshie, game vs. Wild

    Blues lose Oshie, game vs. Wild SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Playing his first NHL game in more than four years, goaltender John Curry stopped 43 shots, and the Minnesota Wild continued their surge toward the playoffs by beating the reeling St. Louis Blues 4-2....
  • Patrick Sharp gives Blackhawks edge they need

    Patrick Sharp gives Blackhawks edge they need
    In the span of about 90 seconds Wednesday night, Patrick Sharp nearly single-handedly kept the Blackhawks' hopes to move up in the Central Division alive. The veteran winger first set up Marian Hossa's game-tying goal in the final seconds of the third...
  • Friday's matchup: Blackhawks at Capitals

     Friday's matchup: Blackhawks at Capitals
    TV/radio: 6 p.m. Friday; CSN, WGWG-FM 87.7. Series: Hawks 1-0. Last meeting: Hawks won 6-4 on Oct. 1 at the United Center. Probable goaltenders: Hawks, Corey Crawford, 32-15-10, 2.22 goals-against average; Capitals, Braden Holtby, 22-15-3, 2.94....
  • Hawks send Teravainen to Rockford

    Hawks send Teravainen to Rockford
    It isn’t Teuvo time quite yet. The Blackhawks reassigned center Teuvo Teravainen to Rockford on Thursday, ending — for now — the 19-year-old’s time in the NHL. The Hawks’ top prospect appeared in three games since his...
  • Rocky Wirtz: Not growing a beard for charity

    Rocky Wirtz: Not growing a beard for charity
    Blackhawks boss Rocky Wirtz will absolutely not be growing a playoff beard next week, even if the Chicago hockey team’s philanthropic arm is encouraging people to do so for charity. “No. I look like Scooby-Doo in a beard. That would be...
  • Capitals show pride in win over Hurricanes

    Capitals show pride in win over Hurricanes RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Washington Capitals were not about to let their disappointment overrule their pride. So putting aside some of the frustration from their doomed postseason possibilities, the Capitals...
  • Blackhawks net their first overtime victory

     Blackhawks net their first overtime victory
    It was less than a week ago that Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville called playing the Avalanche in the first round of the playoffs "inevitable." Not so fast. A combination of the soaring Avs and stumbling Blues suddenly has the Hawks' opening opponent...
  • Hawks' Kane believes he'll be 100 percent for playoffs

    Hawks' Kane believes he'll be 100 percent for playoffs
    Patrick Kane skated fluidly, stick-handled deftly, shot the puck authoritatively and laughed heartily with Blackhawks teammates during Wednesday’s morning skate at the United Center. It was nearly business as usual for Kane as the winger took...
  • Panthers won't coddle young players

    Panthers won't coddle young players
    One thing that stands out about the Florida Panthers is how young they are. While youth takes time to blossom, that is not a luxury in the NHL. That is why the painstaking final games of this going-nowhere season are more meaningful to eyes inside the...
  • Preview: Canadiens at Blackhawks

    Losing just 19 of their first 79 games in regulation has only been good enough to land the Chicago Blackhawks in third place in the Central Division. They'll look to stay within reach of second when they host the surging Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday....
  • Penguins' Sidney Crosby should win NHL's most valuable player award

    Penguins' Sidney Crosby should win NHL's most valuable player award
    The regular season will end Sunday, and so will the voting period for the NHL's individual trophies. Colorado Coach Patrick Roy is too brash to win any popularity contests but he deserves to win the Jack Adams Award as coach of the year, an honor...