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  • On The Fly: Mom Represents Revis At Patriots Super Ring Bowl Party

    On The Fly: Mom Represents Revis At Patriots Super Ring Bowl Party
    Robert Kraft opened his home to members of the Super Bowl champion Patriots Sunday night. The Patriots distributed Super Bowl rings to the roster of players that beat the Seahawks four months ago in Arizona. One key player who wasn't at Casa Kraft:...
  • Blackhawks can do something special for Chicago by winning at home

     Blackhawks can do something special for Chicago by winning at home
    As Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp pondered what Monday night might produce in a sports city waiting to exhale, a question caused him to reflect on the days he appreciates now more than ever — days that seem much further away than nearly a decade....
  • Former defensive partners Timonen, Coburn vying for Cup

    Kimmo Timonen and Braydon Coburn played together for years in Philadelphia. Now the defensemen are competing against each other for the Stanley Cup title they were unable to win with the Flyers. Timonen's Chicago Blackhawks lead Coburn's Tampa Bay...
  • Patrick Kane's scoring drought ends right on cue on big stage

    Patrick Kane's scoring drought ends right on cue on big stage
    Sometimes Patrick Kane spots the spotlight. Sometimes the spotlight spots Patrick Kane. Somehow, the two eluded each other for the first five games of the Stanley Cup Final against the Lightning, during which Kane had no goals and one assist. On...
  • 5 Things: Promise made, promise delivered by Blackhawks

    5 Things: Promise made, promise delivered by Blackhawks
    If the Lightning didn't understand their role as props in the Blackhawks' coronation in Game 6, then Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith and Corey Crawford explained it to them. Here's the 5 Things blog scribbled in the blinding afterglow of a modern-day dynasty:...
  • Randy Moller selected as best sportscaster in Sofla

    Randy Moller selected as best sportscaster in Sofla
    Panthers release The Miami New Times released their annual ‘Best Of” list today naming Florida Panthers radio broadcaster Randy Moller as Best Sportscaster in Miami. Selected by their editorial team, Moller also won the award in 2010. ...
  • Stanley Cup Final is 2nd most-watched on record

    This year's Stanley Cup Final is the second most-watched on record. The series won by the Chicago Blackhawks over the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games averaged nearly 5.6 million viewers on NBC and NBCSN. It trails only the six-game 2013 series between...
  • After winning Stanley Cup, Stan Bowman tells Brandon Saad more to come

    After winning Stanley Cup, Stan Bowman tells Brandon Saad more to come
    During the bedlam on the United Center ice Monday night after the Blackhawks clinched their third Stanley Cup in six seasons, general manager Stan Bowman encountered Brandon Saad. That's restricted-free-agent-and-in-line-for-a-huge-contract Brandon Saad....
  • Oddsmakers like Blackhawks to repeat in 2016

    Oddsmakers like Blackhawks to repeat in 2016
    The future eventually may belong to the Tampa Bay Lightning, one of the NHL's youngest teams, just not next season. At least that's how several sports books see it, who unanimously projected the Blackhawks to repeat as Stanley Cup champions. The...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Hartford Whalers Alumni All Over Pro Hockey Coaching Ranks

    Jeff Jacobs: Hartford Whalers Alumni All Over Pro Hockey Coaching Ranks
    In a dash of hockey serendipity, the last coach in Ray Ferraro's 19-season NHL career turned out to be longtime Whalers teammate Joel Quenneville. It was March 2002 and Ferraro was traded at the deadline to the St. Louis Blues by the Atlanta Thrashers....
  • On The Fly: Some Hockey And Baseball Oddities

    On The Fly: Some Hockey And Baseball Oddities
    For the first time since 1968 the first four games of the Stanley Cup Finals have been decided by one goal. The Blackhawks and Lightning are tied at two games. In '68, Montreal swept St. Louis. And, notes the Chicago Tribune, the team with the most...