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  • Team Canada's Sochi roster features 11 returning gold medalists

    Team Canada's Sochi roster features 11 returning gold medalists
    From mighty Canada with its 11 returning gold medalists to humble hopefuls Latvia and Norway, the remaining entrants in the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament announced their rosters Tuesday, triggering vigorous debate in hockey rinks around the world....
  • Something has to change, starting with the top line

    Something has to change, starting with the top line
    The Bruins are pounding the Blackhawks physically. They are killing the Hawks at the faceoff circle. They are beating them on the scoreboard. Hat trick. In fact, that’s the dead-bang hat trick that guarantees losing a Stanley Cup Final....
  • Game 4: Goals goals goals!

    Game 4: Goals goals goals!
    Where are the Blackhawks' stars? In Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Hawks grabbed a win with goals from four unlikely sources: Brandon Saad, Johnny Oduya, Andrew Shaw and Dave Bolland. Since then, the offense has been hauntingly quiet, especially...
  • Crawford's case of unrequited glove

    Crawford's case of unrequited glove
    You know who’s most thankful for Brent Seabrook’s overtime goal that gave the Blackhawks a 6-5 overtime win in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final? Corey Crawford’s glove, that’s who. Hey, if Coach Q’s Mustache can tweet like...
  • Chicago scores twice in last 1:16 to beat Boston, win Stanley Cup

    Chicago scores twice in last 1:16 to beat Boston, win Stanley Cup
    BOSTON — The journey began with Jonathan Toews organizing informal workouts while the NHL lockout raged on and ended with the Blackhawks captain holding the Stanley Cup aloft. The Hawks' magical 2013 season concluded with seemingly the only result...
  • Blackhawks' Stanley Cup triumph a fitting end to hectic season

    Blackhawks' Stanley Cup triumph a fitting end to hectic season
    Before we wrap up the 2012-13 NHL season, every hockey fan owes a word of thanks to Scot Beckenbaugh. Uh, who? Beckenbaugh is the federal mediator who helped negotiate an end to the labor dispute that threatened to wipe out the 2012-13 NHL season....
  • Hawks fans know the act: Cheap, gutless Canucks at it again

    Hawks fans know the act: Cheap, gutless Canucks at it again
    In the Stanley Cup Finals, the greatest showcase of all playoff rounds, the NHL is stuck with despicable biting and now a frightening blindside hit that resulted in a player being stretchered off the ice to the hospital. You could say the NHL is...
  • Vancouver fans as stupid as the Canucks --- gotta love it, eh?

    Vancouver fans as stupid as the Canucks --- gotta love it, eh?
    Eternal hockey question: Do the Canucks’ many moronic acts on the ice spark their fans’ city-wide moronic acts off it, or vice versa? Either way, you have to feel good that the dirty and stupid hockey team choked away its best chance at the...
  • Five reasons the Bruins could be headed for ruin against Caps

    The defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins captured the Northeast Division by a comfortable 10-point margin, capped the regular season on an impressive 9-2-1 run and finished tied for second in goals scored with 3.17 per game. They're led by the...
  • Stanley Cup finals, Game 1: Boston 0, Vancouver 0 after two periods

     
    The second period was much like the first: scoreless and with a succession of strange penalties being called. But the Canucks suffered a potentially damaging blow when defenseman Dan Hamhuis suffered an apparent injury while hip-checking Boston's Milan...
  • Stanley Cup finals: Canucks defeat Bruins, 3-2, in overtime to take 2-0 lead in series

     
    Alexandre Burrows can be a world-class player when he’s not biting opponents’ fingers or going on head-hunting missions. He proved it Saturday in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals by scoring the first and last goals and assisting on......