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  • Ducks send message: This isn't going to be easy for Blackhawks

    Ducks send message: This isn't going to be easy for Blackhawks
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — As laid-back as everyone else around here, Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen matter-of-factly summed up the biggest reason anybody who expected the Blackhawks to cruise was California dreaming. "Everybody in this room knows we can...
  • Blackhawks miss opportunities, lose Game 1 to Ducks

    Blackhawks miss opportunities, lose Game 1 to Ducks
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — The puck on his stick and the goal wide open, Patrick Kane was set to give the Blackhawks a critical early lead over the Ducks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. At the last instant, Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen...
  • Andersen's Ducks knock off Blackhawks 4-1 in WCF opener

    Frederik Andersen lunged forward and stretched out his stick, taking a desperate chance to stop Patrick Kane. The Chicago star's shot somehow glanced off Andersen's lumber and flew over a painfully open net. Andersen kept the Anaheim Ducks in the Western...
  • Frederik Andersen's stick save sets the pace for Ducks to beat Chicago

    Frederik Andersen's stick save sets the pace for Ducks to beat Chicago
    There was the glove in Game 4 in the second period against the Calgary Flames. This time, it was the stick in the first period in the opening game of the Western Conference finals between the Ducks and the Chicago Blackhawks. The owner of the stick...
  • Ducks believed they could defeat Blackhawks, and they show it with 4-1 win

    Ducks believed they could defeat Blackhawks, and they show it with 4-1 win
    The Ducks spent Sunday afternoon proving they could beat the Chicago Blackhawks. By winning, 4-1, in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals at Honda Center, they also took on the other most pressing questions about their capability of claiming hockey's...
  • Hawks fail Game 1 test vs. Ducks

    Hawks fail Game 1 test vs. Ducks
    Ah, Anaheim. The Big "A." City of Angels. Wait, no, that's not right. OK, forget the geography lesson and let's concentrate on the first part. The Ducks have earned full marks so far, finishing the regular season with the best record in the Western...
  • Blackhawks vs. Ducks: Who has the edge?

     Blackhawks vs. Ducks: Who has the edge?
    The Blackhawks and Ducks begin 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...
  • Blackhawks-Ducks regular-season recap

    Blackhawks-Ducks regular-season recap
    Blackhawks won series 2-1-0. Oct. 28 at the United Center Ducks 1, Blackhawks 0: In a terrific goaltending duel, the Ducks' John Gibson made 38 saves to get the better of Hawks rookie Scott Darling. The only goal came midway through the third period...
  • The man behind Patrick Kane's mullet

     The man behind Patrick Kane's mullet
    Carmelo Preiti can't help but flash a giddy grin as he opens the second drawer of a gray cabinet in his family's barber shop on North Rose Street in Franklin Park. "Wait till you see these," he says in a thick Italian accent. Preiti unzips a black...
  • Blackhawks haven't seen Ducks for almost four months

    Blackhawks haven't seen Ducks for almost four months
    The Blackhawks aren't going to Anaheim, Calif., to visit a mouse. Instead, some somewhat unfamiliar Ducks are on the agenda for the Western Conference finals. The teams met three times during the regular season — a pair of 4-1 Hawks victories...
  • Blackhawks, Ducks both have pair of aces, but they play them differently

    Blackhawks, Ducks both have pair of aces, but they play them differently
    In this age of salary caps and free agency in the NHL, it is rare for a team's two biggest offensive stars to stay on the same roster for years on end. That is what makes a pair of forwards on each team in the Western Conference finals as unusual as...