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  • Lightning lose 2-1 to Blackhawks in Game 4 of Stanley Cup

    Andrei Vasilevskiy's surprise start in the Stanley Cup Final went quite well for Tampa Bay. Unfortunately for the Lightning, Corey Crawford was even better. Tampa Bay got another big goal from Alex Killorn and Steven Stamkos secured his first point of...
  • Blackhawks finally get some relief against Lightning's backup goalie

    Blackhawks finally get some relief against Lightning's backup goalie
    All Brandon Saad remembered seeing was an opening to the net. But it opened enough space to let the Blackhawks back in the series. All Saad recalled hoping to do was create "chaos." Yet in doing so, he restored order in a hockey city. "I was...
  • 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...
  • Nation's top-ranked chess player makes home in Sunrise

     Nation's top-ranked chess player makes home in Sunrise
    Last month, Hikaru Nakamura, 27, a part-time resident of Sunrise, traveled to Khanty-Mansiysk, a Russian city in western Siberia, in his quest for the World Chess Championship. "It's the only thing I haven't accomplished," Nakamura said. "I've won the U....
  • Jonathan Toews draws praise from NHL great Mark Messier

    Jonathan Toews draws praise from NHL great Mark Messier
    Mark Messier had his doubts when he first heard the news that Jonathan Toews was named captain of the Blackhawks at 20. "I was always and still am very reserved when young players are named captain," the six-time Stanley Cup champion said Monday at...
  • Artists design custom masks for Stanley Cup goalies Crawford, Bishop

    Artists design custom masks for Stanley Cup goalies Crawford, Bishop
    When Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford makes a big save Monday — or, shudder the thought, allows a Tampa Bay goal — one man in a Quebec river town will be particularly riveted. But unlike most Hawks fans who will cheer the stop or curse...
  • Blackhawks tickets: To sell or not to sell?

    Blackhawks tickets: To sell or not to sell?
    Jim Vertucci of Oak Lawn knows what his two seats in section 303 would yield — about $3,000 for $175 face-value tickets for Game 6 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final featuring the Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning. Still, the 38-year-old broker...
  • Big stars held in check so far in Stanley Cup

    One point. That is the combined total for Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Steven Stamkos through two games of the Stanley Cup Final. The biggest stars for the Blackhawks and Lightning are looking to break out with the deadlocked series shifting to...
  • Lightning rookie Vasilevskiy delivers, but goalie situation up in air

    Lightning rookie Vasilevskiy delivers, but goalie situation up in air
    Four things about Andrei Vasilevskiy you couldn't live without knowing: •Although he doesn't turn 21 until late next month, this is his third season of professional hockey — two in Russia's KHL, the current one in the NHL and AHL. •...
  • Now is perfect time for Blackhawks stars to shine

    Now is perfect time for Blackhawks stars to shine
    TAMPA, Fla. — Pacing outside Amalie Arena before Saturday's Game 2, Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman hardly projected the picture of confidence. He wore a nattily tailored suit and taciturn expression. Bowman didn't look at passersby as much...
  • A great time for sports TV viewing: Belmont, NHL and NBA drawing big numbers

    A great time for sports TV viewing: Belmont, NHL and NBA drawing big numbers
    June is the start of the summer and the time when many of us try to get outside to enjoy -- at least occasionally -- the sunshine and warmer temperatures. But a lot of people are evidently still glued to their TVs like it was February. June is proving...