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  • Patrick Kane hasn't missed a step for Hawks since return from injury

     Patrick Kane hasn't missed a step for Hawks since return from injury
    During Patrick Kane's first shift in Game 4, the Blackhawks winger carried the puck into the offensive zone and was promptly surrounded by five Wild players. That's one way to stop him. The sequence was one of the few times the Wild were able to...
  • Blackhawks and Bulls will measure 2014-15 success differently

    Blackhawks and Bulls will measure 2014-15 success differently
    As Derrick Rose stoically described the biggest shot he has made in years late Friday night at the United Center, his body bounced steadily. Rose's knees bobbed and his feet tapped. He couldn't sit still. Sure, Rose was excited. But he also appeared...
  • 5 things: Picking Corey Crawford's biggest save

    5 things: Picking Corey Crawford's biggest save
    For those of you scoring at home, Game 3 of Blackhawks-Wild went Patrick Kane 1, Corey Crawford 0. Here’s your “5 things’’ blog as you enjoy the “State of Hockey’’ going-out-of-business sale this week. 1....
  • Blackhawks approaching peak playoff performance in effort to sweep Wild

    Blackhawks approaching peak playoff performance in effort to sweep Wild
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Brent Seabrook was wearing white slippers when he walked into the conference room at a downtown Minneapolis hotel to meet with assembled media Wednesday. "Comfortable," the Blackhawks defenseman said when asked about his choice...
  • Wild broadcaster, ex-Blackhawk Tom Reid recalls bout with skin condition

    Wild broadcaster, ex-Blackhawk Tom Reid recalls bout with skin condition
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Tom Reid isn't joking when he says he was allergic to his equipment. The Wild's radio broadcaster, who played his first two NHL seasons with the Blackhawks before he was traded to the Minnesota North Stars, said the sport got...
  • Blackhawks like their 'body' of work in the playoffs on defense

    Blackhawks like their 'body' of work in the playoffs on defense
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — If you walk around the Blackhawks' dressing room at the Xcel Energy Center before games, you will have to watch your step. At various points in the room, you will find athletic trainers stretching and massaging some of the Hawks....
  • Blackhawks heed coach's call for quick starts in sweep of Wild

    Blackhawks heed coach's call for quick starts in sweep of Wild
    If there's a common refrain Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville brings up at every morning skate or every team meeting, it's the importance of getting off to a good start. That prompt is ringing permanently in the ears of winger Bryan Bickell. "He has...
  • Ankle injury to Michal Rozsival a 'tough loss' for Blackhawks

    Ankle injury to Michal Rozsival a 'tough loss' for Blackhawks
    ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Michal Rozsival has been helping the Blackhawks on the ice lately. On Thursday he was helped off the ice by teammates Brad Richards, Duncan Keith and Kimmo Timonen. Rozsival suffered an apparent left ankle injury during the second...
  • Broom service: Finishing sweep of Wild exactly what Blackhawks ordered

    Broom service: Finishing sweep of Wild exactly what Blackhawks ordered
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Goodbye Predators and Wild, hello Western Conference finals. The Blackhawks brought out the brooms and swept away the Wild with a thrilling 4-3 victory in Game 4 of their second-round series Thursday night at Xcel Energy Center....
  • Even in limited role, Kimmo Timonen thrilled at chance to win Stanley Cup

    Even in limited role, Kimmo Timonen thrilled at chance to win Stanley Cup
    Sitting on the Blackhawks' bench between shifts, Kimmo Timonen can feel his 40-year-old legs begin to tighten. Having been an on-ice mainstay throughout the first 15 seasons of his NHL career, it's not something the veteran defenseman has experienced....
  • Second-round sweep allows Blackhawks to refresh bodies, minds

    Second-round sweep allows Blackhawks to refresh bodies, minds
    Bryan Bickell was happy to have a couple of days away from the rink to plan wife Amanda's first Mother's Day. The Blackhawks winger also managed to find some time to cast a line into the water. Captain Jonathan Toews enjoyed hanging out with friends...