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  • Kings vs. Blackhawks: Game 4 live updates

    Kings vs. Blackhawks: Game 4 live updates
    Third period (Blackhawks 3, Kings 2) Empty net again. Kings left wing Dustin Penner backhands a pass to forward Jeff Carter, but there's no shot. Chicago celebrates at net with goaltender Corey Crawford as time runs out. The best-of-seven...
  • Sighting: The Rolling Stones do Chicago

    Sighting: The Rolling Stones do Chicago
    The Rolling Stones wrapped up the last of their three shows at the United Center last week and are preparing for two shows this week in Boston, where it's a safe bet that the band members will try the local cuisine and kiss up to the crowd by lending...
  • Why the Hawks love their beards. And hate them.

    Why the Hawks love their beards. And hate them.
    Some Blackhawks sport bushy messes. Others have beards that barely cover their face. But all itched and scratched their way through interviews Tuesday in preparation for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Boston Bruins.  The Hawks have had...
  • Yo, Hawks, a little less adversity, OK?

    Yo, Hawks, a little less adversity, OK?
    I thought the Blackhawks had blown Game 1. Just blown a great chance to take control of the Stanley Cup Finals. They had blown a power play, then blew a 5-on-3 advantage, then blew another power play, all in a one-goal game. Killer stuff, that. Down a...
  • Game 4: Goals goals goals!

    Game 4: Goals goals goals!
    Where are the Blackhawks' stars? In Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Hawks grabbed a win with goals from four unlikely sources: Brandon Saad, Johnny Oduya, Andrew Shaw and Dave Bolland. Since then, the offense has been hauntingly quiet, especially...
  • Hawks-Bruins Game 5: High-fives all around!

    Hawks-Bruins Game 5: High-fives all around!
    If you've made it this far into the Stanley Cup Final without a trip to your sports therapist (do those exist?), you're ahead of the game. This Blackhawks-Bruins series has delivered more drama than Amanda Bynes' Twitter account. With as many as three...
  • Chicago deserves this Hawkey party

    Chicago deserves this Hawkey party
    "It's a different level of unbelievable." That's what Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said on the ice of a mostly empty TD Garden, minutes after his team won a second Stanley Cup in four seasons. Perhaps the finish of that game was particularly...
  • Kerry Wood still has his fastball when it comes to making pitch for charity

    Kerry Wood still has his fastball when it comes to making pitch for charity
    When popular athletes retire, charity work can become a double-edged sword. On one hand, they have more time to dedicate to their cause that they didn't have when they were playing games and training. On the other, they may not have the same star power...
  • Hawks say, 'Thank you sir, may I have another shot at Luongo?'

    Hawks say, 'Thank you sir, may I have another shot at Luongo?'
    Chicago, delirious. Vancouver, suicidal. The first one, I’m sure about. The second is a good guess. This is a meltdown of epic proportions, even for the weak-willed Canucks. There’s not enough Kokanee in British Columbia to anesthetize the...
  • Hawks needs heroes to ease Sharp pain

    The loss of Patrick Sharp is the worst injury the Blackhawks could suffer short of something happening to Jonathan Toews. Among the forwards, anyway. I’m not trying to debate the importance of Sharp vs. defenseman Duncan Keith vs. goalie Corey...
  • The Luongo and winding road: Hawks in 6

    The Luongo and winding road: Hawks in 6
    Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo was talking about his favorite former Blackhawks nemesis: “I don’t think they won the Stanley Cup because of Dustin Byfuglien.’’ Nope, just the Vancouver and San Jose series when he had eight goals...