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  • Corey Crawford: Fire and ice

    Corey Crawford: Fire and ice
    I appreciate Corey Crawford’s honesty. But I’d also understand why the Blackhawks might worry about the most important position on the team heading into the Western Conference finals. As the Hawks No. 1 goalie talked this week about the...
  • Corey Crawford, Blackhawks guard against overconfidence vs. Ducks

    Corey Crawford, Blackhawks guard against overconfidence vs. Ducks
    A pile of pucks in the net behind him Monday, a business trip in front of him, Corey Crawford plans to keep pucks in front of him and put business behind him during the upcoming Western Conference finals. A week-plus playoff layoff will end in a few...
  • Take a tour of Blackhawks-Ducks conference final

    Take a tour of Blackhawks-Ducks conference final
    Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Stat World. As we wait for the NHL to get around to starting the Western Conference finals -- geez, get around to even scheduling the series, would ya, Bettman? -- we thank you for joining us on today&...
  • Long layoff stops Blackhawks' momentum cold

    Long layoff stops Blackhawks' momentum cold
    When the Blackhawks left the ice in Minnesota after their sweep of the Wild, they were riding a wave of momentum and eager to keep things rolling in the Western Conference finals. They're still waiting. By the time the Hawks and Ducks drop the puck...
  • Ducks unyielding test for Blackhawks ability to close out games

    Ducks unyielding test for Blackhawks ability to close out games
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — The chaos was palpable at the end of the Blackhawks' Game 4 victory against the Wild. The Wild, who had six attackers on the ice, were putting the pressure on the Hawks, who had a seemingly safe three-goal lead with just more...
  • Ticket prices jump for Hawks vs. Ducks in conference finals

    Ticket prices jump for Hawks vs. Ducks in conference finals
    Fans hoping to snag a seat at the Western Conference finals starting Sunday between the Blackhawks and the Anaheim Ducks will need deep pockets to get anywhere near the ice. As of Saturday afternoon, standing room-only tickets for Thursday, the first...
  • Waiting game nearly over for Blackhawks and Ducks

    Waiting game nearly over for Blackhawks and Ducks
    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The wait is almost over.  While in a holding pattern awaiting the start of the Western Conference finals, the Chicago Blackhawks and Anaheim Ducks on Saturday held their final practices prior to Game 1 on Sunday afternoon at the Honda...
  • Len Boogaard still searching for answers in death of his son

    Four years have passed since former Wild player Derek Boogaard died because of a drug and alcohol overdose. After an investigation that spanned parts of two years, officials in Minnesota have exonerated five Wild doctors for their role in Boogaard's use...
  • Blackhawks are focused on being ready for the Ducks

     Blackhawks are focused on being ready for the Ducks
    A pile of pucks in the net behind him Monday and a business trip in front of him, Corey Crawford plans to keep pucks in front of him and put business behind him during the upcoming Western Conference finals. A week-plus playoffs layoff will end in a few...
  • End of an NBA game: Dullest 2 minutes in sports

    End of an NBA game: Dullest 2 minutes in sports
    It has been said the most exciting two minutes in sports is the Kentucky Derby. That is open to discussion. But there is no debate over the dullest two minutes in sports. It is the end of an NBA playoff game. (College basketball can be just as...
  • Hawks-Ducks series hinges on the two Coreys

    Hawks-Ducks series hinges on the two Coreys
    The weird "puck luck" of the Stanley Cup Playoffs often allows for deep Cinderella runs, but the two remaining teams in the Western Conference really are the two best teams—and they’re both playing their best hockey of the season. The...