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  • Hawks' loss is no tragedy

    Sunday night, the Chicago Blackhawks lost in the seventh game of the National Hockey League Western Conference finals 5-4 in overtime. I was watching the 10 o'clock news on CBS when the announcement came. The sportscaster described the event as...
  • Blackhawks' Foley on Hall of Fame: 'Stunning'

    Blackhawks' Foley on Hall of Fame: 'Stunning'
    The voice of Chicago winters has a new place in Toronto. Blackhawks play-by-play man Pat Foley will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame in Nov. 17 after being named the 31st recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for broadcasting on Thursday. “...
  • Alec Martinez's overtime goal puts crown on the Kings

    Alec Martinez's overtime goal puts crown on the Kings
    A long wait packed with tension, uncertainty and the thought that something was slipping away was ended Friday by a player who knows those feelings well. Kings defenseman Alec Martinez won the Kings the Stanley Cup in the team's longest game in history,...
  • 10 things about Hawks' trip to nowhere

    10 things about Hawks' trip to nowhere
    Trying to capture the spirit of the thing that was the Blackhawks’ choke in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals that ended their Stanley Cup defense: 1. The Hawks need a second-line center. Here we go again. If it takes trading, say, Brent...
  • Blackhawks show some life in Game 5 to stay alive

     Blackhawks show some life in Game 5 to stay alive
    No way the Blackhawks wanted to end the season like this, humbled at home and dethroned by the would-be Kings in front of friends and relatives. Not here. Not now. "Our guys find ways," coach Joel Quenneville said Wednesday night after his team's 5-...
  • Pictures in the News | June 2, 2014

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in Chicago, where the LA Kings players celebrate moments after beating the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4 in overtime in Game7 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals at the United Center....
  • Kings' Drew Doughty discusses rugged playoffs; Robyn Regehr progresses

    Kings' Drew Doughty discusses rugged playoffs; Robyn Regehr progresses
    For the Kings, the path through the Western Conference has been daunting. They’ve fought off elimination six times -- four times against San Jose and twice against the Ducks, only now to be dealing with the reigning Stanley Cup champion Chicago...
  • Kings' Dean Lombardi, Ducks' Bob Murray among finalists for top NHL GM

    Kings' Dean Lombardi, Ducks' Bob Murray among finalists for top NHL GM
    Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi joined repeat nominees Bob Murray of the Ducks and Montreal’s Marc Bergevin as finalists for the NHL General Manager of the Year award, the league announced Friday. Voting was conducted among all GMs and a panel...
  • Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw expected to play Saturday

    Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw is expected to play Saturday for the first time since suffering a right leg injury May 2, Coach Joel Quenneville confirmed after Friday’s practice at Staples Center. "We're happy to have 'Shawsy' back,"...
  • Readers' Q&A: Chris Kuc's Blackhawks mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Chris Kuc's Blackhawks mailbag
    Wouldn’t pulling Corey Crawford after the Kings’ third goal in the first period Monday night have sent a message to players? I would have if I were Coach Q.  --Tom B., New Lenox Game 4 of the Western Conference finals is no time to be sending...
  • Letters: What the fans are saying about the Kings and the Stanley Cup

    Letters: What the fans are saying about the Kings and the Stanley Cup
    What Los Angeles should remember about the Kings besides their winning the Stanley Cup is there was no self-centered, all-about-me superstar, no crazy owner, no so-called prodigy who scoffs at direction and no coach whose ego is bigger than everyone else....