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  • 5 Things: Antoine Vermette got redemption, but not for what you think

    5 Things: Antoine Vermette got redemption, but not for what you think
    If the Blackhawks were going to go through all that nonsense in the third period, they figured they might as well win it in overtime because that’s the only time they’ve won in the Western Conference finals. Here’s the 5 Things blog about Hawks 5, Ducks 4 in double-OT:
  • 5 things: The Patrick Kane question

    5 things: The Patrick Kane question
    The "5 things" blog while wondering how all that hitting and punishment that was supposed to wear down the Blackhawks worked out for the Ducks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals: 1. All this talk about defensemen, but what the Blackhawks...

    5 things: Blackhawks' simple answer to Ducks' physical play

    5 things: Blackhawks' simple answer to Ducks' physical play
    Writing the "5 things" blog after Game 1 of the Western Conference finals while wondering how the Blackhawks could so quickly forget that they need to crash the Ducks' net: 1. The Hawks want control of the puck and control of a fast-paced game. They got...

    Ducks send message: This isn't going to be easy for Blackhawks

    Ducks send message: This isn't going to be easy for Blackhawks
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — As laid-back as everyone else around here, Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen matter-of-factly summed up the biggest reason anybody who expected the Blackhawks to cruise was California dreaming. "Everybody in this room knows we can...

    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...