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  • Stanley Cup Final to feature speed, skill on both sides

    Stanley Cup Final to feature speed, skill on both sides
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — While the Blackhawks were locked in their battles with the Ducks, coach Joel Quenneville still made some time for a little relaxation. It still involved hockey. Quenneville said he watched every game of the Eastern Conference...
  • Blackhawks, on cusp of another Cup, never get tired of winning

    Blackhawks, on cusp of another Cup, never get tired of winning
    Late Saturday night after the Blackhawks celebrated their Game 7 victory in a businesslike fashion, indefatigable defenseman Duncan Keith enjoyed a lighter moment at the podium. With the Ducks' stated plan of wearing down the Hawks having failed, a...
  • Brent Seabrook's play flying under the radar

     Brent Seabrook's play flying under the radar
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Duncan Keith hasn't been the only Blackhawks defenseman making noise during the team's run to the Stanley Cup Final. While Keith has put together a postseason that has him in contention for the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most...
  • Blackhawks vs. Lightning: Who has the edge?

    Blackhawks vs. Lightning: Who has the edge?
    Stanley Cup Final Offense Thanks in large part to coach Joel Quenneville putting Patrick Kane on the top line along with Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad, the Hawks exploded for 15 goals over the last four games of the Western Conference finals against...
  • Blackhawks' Veterans Meet Lightning's Young Stars In Final

    Between the Chicago Blackhawks' veteran poise and the Tampa Bay Lightning's young stars, the Stanley Cup Final will have no shortage of dynamic offensive talent playing on hockey's biggest stage. The Blackhawks begin the final series in their quest for a...
  • 5 Things: Joel Quenneville pantses Bruce Boudreau from the start

    5 Things: Joel Quenneville pantses Bruce Boudreau from the start
    The Ducks wanted to hit every chance they got. The Blackhawks wanted to score every chance they got. Connect the dots, Ducks. Here's the "5 Things" blog off the Hawks' Game 7 road win behind the Orange Curtain that earned them a trip to their third...
  • Blackhawks could benefit from extra day of rest before Game 7

    Blackhawks could benefit from extra day of rest before Game 7
    Sunglasses on and bags slung over their shoulders, Blackhawks players made their way Thursday toward the charter plane that was to take them from O'Hare to California for a date with history. The four-hour flight provided an opportunity to rest after...
  • Blackhawks-Ducks Game 7: Who has the edge?

     Blackhawks-Ducks Game 7: Who has the edge?
    Offense The Ducks get the benefit of last change on their home ice in Game 7, meaning coach Bruce Boudreau can match up Ryan Kesler with Jonathan Toews and deploy other matchups he might consider favorable, such as sending his top line against the Hawks...
  • Blackhawks hope to benefit from Game 7 experiences

    Blackhawks hope to benefit from Game 7 experiences
    Nearly a year after suffering a heartbreaking Game 7 loss to the Kings in the Western Conference finals, the Blackhawks will be right back in the same position Saturday against the Ducks but hoping for a different outcome. Kings defenseman Alec Martinez&...
  • Jonathan Toews' serial thriller: Captain Clutch shows how to get job done

    Jonathan Toews' serial thriller: Captain Clutch shows how to get job done
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Wearing a determined look as familiar as his No. 19 sweater, Jonathan Toews skated Saturday night toward NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daley to receive the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl awarded to the Western Conference champions....
  • Blackhawks stick with what works with third defensive pairing

     Blackhawks stick with what works with third defensive pairing
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Throughout his tenure with the Blackhawks, coach Joel Quenneville typically has used veterans over unproven players in playoff games. But with the Western Conference title on the line Saturday, Quenneville sat 40-year-old Kimmo...