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  • Hawks get trapped in ugliness

    Hawks get trapped in ugliness
    When did the NHL sell the rights to playoff games to C-SPAN? Goodness, what a horrible-looking thing Game 3 of the Blackhawks-Wild series was Tuezzzzzzzday night. It was boring, and the Wild meant for it to be that way. It was their only chance. The...
  • Blackhawks come alive, eliminate Blues

    Blackhawks come alive, eliminate Blues
    That first step was a doozy, but the Blackhawks didn't stumble and are on course in their defense of their Stanley Cup championship. The Hawks are headed to the second round of the playoffs following a 5-1 throttling of the Blues in Game 6 on Sunday...
  • Third period proves to be the difference for Blackhawks in Game 5

    Third period proves to be the difference for Blackhawks in Game 5
    No way the Chicago Blackhawks wanted to end the season like this, humbled at home and dethroned by the would-be Kings in front of friends and relatives. Not here. Not now. So when the Blackhawks came out Wednesday night for the third period of Game...
  • Kings' Marian Gaborik has made himself welcome

    Those must be some serious block parties in historic Trencin, Slovakia. Three times the Stanley Cup has made a turn close to Marian Gaborik's street in Trencin, visiting his neighbors, Chicago Blackhawks star winger Marian Hossa in 2010, Boston Bruins...
  • Newly adopted dog may need time to settle in before she becomes playful

    Newly adopted dog may need time to settle in before she becomes playful
    Q: We just adopted what the shelter referred to as a "shepherd-mix," but Gracie is only about 30 pounds. We don't really know if there's any shepherd in her. Gracie is about a year old, though we're not sure about that, either. Our veterinarian says she's...
  • Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw expected to play Saturday

    Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw is expected to play Saturday for the first time since suffering a right leg injury May 2, Coach Joel Quenneville confirmed after Friday’s practice at Staples Center. "We're happy to have 'Shawsy' back,"...
  • Must-see TV: Inside a Blackhawks broadcast

    Must-see TV: Inside a Blackhawks broadcast
    In Chicago, a Blackhawks playoff game is must-see TV. If you can't get tickets to the game, that is. With a 2-1 series lead, the Hawks return to action Friday in Minnesota and Sunday in Chicago. So what does it take to produce a three-hour NHL on NBC...
  • Marian Gaborik has fit in perfectly with the Kings

    Marian Gaborik has fit in perfectly with the Kings
    The Kings' Marian Gaborik has had a far more enjoyable playoff experience against the Ducks than in his previous encounter. Gaborik, a right wing, has three goals and three assists in helping the Kings to a 2-1 Western Conference semifinal series lead....
  • Wild rip Blackhawks 4-2 to tie series 2-2

    Wild rip Blackhawks 4-2 to tie series 2-2
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Players and coaches on both sides have gone out of their way to stress that the Wild are not the same team the Blackhawks handled easily in the first round of the NHL playoffs last season. The Wild continued to drive that point...
  • Hawks find their game

    Hawks find their game
    The defending Stanley Cup champions were getting booed off the ice after 20 minutes of Game 5. And why not? The Blackhawks were being outscored and outplayed in their building. They were getting pantsed at their own game, in fact. The Wild skated better...
  • Hawks come alive, edge Wild for 3-2 series lead

    Hawks come alive, edge Wild for 3-2 series lead
    As the Blackhawks left the ice following a lackluster first period against the Wild on Sunday night, boos from a fair number of the 22,016 in attendance at the United Center followed them down the tunnel. The jeering was justified. So were the...