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  • Duncan Keith living in the moment, humbly brushing off his own fine play

    Duncan Keith living in the moment, humbly brushing off his own fine play
    Duncan Keith doesn't understand all the hoopla his postseason play has generated. The Blackhawks defenseman has been the subject of countless articles and TV segments worldwide documenting his terrific stretch of games that began with Game 1 of the...
  • Stanley Cup Final: Lightning vs. Blackhawks | How they matchup

    Stanley Cup Final: Lightning vs. Blackhawks | How they matchup
    A look at how the Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning mathcup. Chicago Blackhawks 48-28-6 (102 points) Round 1: Def. Nashville Predators, 4-2 Round 2: Def. Minnesota Wild, 4-0 Round 3: Def. Ducks, 4-3 Tampa Bay Lightning 50-24-8 (108 points)...
  • Stanley Cup Final: By the numbers

    1 Stanley Cup won by the Lightning, in 2004 against the Flames. Blackhawks center Brad Richards won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP that year for the Lightning after posting 12 goals and 14 assists. 5 Stanley Cups won by the Blackhawks (1934,...
  • 10 things to know about the Tampa Bay Lightning

    10 things to know about the Tampa Bay Lightning
    For all their success this season, the Tampa Bay Lightning are still playing the underdog card. Maybe it's because they lack household names on their roster. Or because they play their home games in a part of the country better known for deep-sea...
  • Blackhawks vs. Lightning: Who has the edge?

    Blackhawks vs. Lightning: Who has the edge?
    Stanley Cup Final Offense Thanks in large part to coach Joel Quenneville putting Patrick Kane on the top line along with Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad, the Hawks exploded for 15 goals over the last four games of the Western Conference finals against...
  • Manners part of the game when it comes to faceoffs

    Manners part of the game when it comes to faceoffs
    When Jonathan Toews puts his faceoff face on, he turns on the charm. "Having an understanding of the linesman," the Blackhawks captain said, "making sure you're on the same page with them and just being respectful." Twice during their 5-4, double-...
  • Joel Quenneville turns to forwards Kris Versteeg and Joakim Nordstrom

     Joel Quenneville turns to forwards Kris Versteeg and Joakim Nordstrom
    For the first time since the Blackhawks' series against the Predators, coach Joel Quenneville tweaked his lineup of forwards before Game 3 against the Ducks. In a surprise move, Quenneville scratched winger Teuvo Teravainen and center Antoine Vermette,...
  • Crawford keeps his head clear so he can stand on it

    Crawford keeps his head clear so he can stand on it
    Making your living between the pipes in the NHL is far from easy. Not only is the pressure of being your team's last line of defense nearly insurmountable, but you far too often bear all the blame for the team's woes and receive zero of the credit for its...
  • Blackhawks rebound from Game 1 loss to win Game 2 on rebound goal in 3 OT

    Blackhawks rebound from Game 1 loss to win Game 2 on rebound goal in 3 OT
    ANAHEIM, Calif. – In a raucous Blackhawks dressing room late Tuesday night inside the Honda Center after their 3-2 victory over the Ducks in triple overtime, teammates awarded goalie Corey Crawford the honorary championship belt traditionally...
  • Blackhawks vs. Ducks: Who has the edge?

     Blackhawks vs. Ducks: Who has the edge?
    The Blackhawks and DucksĀ beginĀ their best-of-seven Western Conference finals Sunday. Who has the edge? Offense: Led by Patrick Kane (seven goals, eight assists) and Jonathan Toews (four, seven), the Hawks' top two lines were very effective against the...
  • 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...