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  • Who knows what line juggling Joel Quenneville might try in Game 5

    Who knows what line juggling Joel Quenneville might try in Game 5
    You knew this was going to be different when Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville opened Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final with a line of Andrew Shaw at center for Patrick Kane and Brandon Saad. According to puckalytics.com, those three had an aggregate of 2,907...
  • Brandon Saad proving he's a Blackhawks keeper, even if an expensive one

    Brandon Saad proving he's a Blackhawks keeper, even if an expensive one
    Basking in the glow of his game-winning goal Wednesday night after a 2-1 victory over the Lightning, Blackhawks forward Brandon Saad savored sharing his boyhood inspiration for such big moments. "Growing up in Pittsburgh it was (Mario) Lemieux and...
  • The Latest: Chicago beats Tampa 2-1, evens final at 2-2

    Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad scored, Corey Crawford withstood a furious barrage in the closing minute and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 to tie the Stanley Cup Final at 2-2 on Wednesday night. Toews scored his first goal of...
  • Blackhawks even up Stanley Cup Final thanks to Brandon Saad

    Blackhawks even up Stanley Cup Final thanks to Brandon Saad
    The Chicago Blackhawks didn't need much time to reload after salary-cap considerations forced them to dump about a dozen players from their 2010 Stanley Cup championship team. Those departures created room for youngsters in the pipeline such as Brandon...
  • Blackhawks edge Tampa Bay 2-1, even Stanley Cup Final 2-2

    Brandon Saad drove the net and had the puck poked away by Andrei Vasilevskiy. When he somehow found it again, Saad gave it a desperate backhand whack that just happened to send it right between Vasilevskiy's moving pads. Saad refused much credit for...
  • Talk of shaving is a beard for the NHL's real problem

    Talk of shaving is a beard for the NHL's real problem
    This talk of doing away with Stanley Cup playoff beards is a beard itself. In case you missed it, NBC Sports Chairman Mark Lazarus is trying to take a clipper to hockey players’ postseason tradition of growing beards until their season ends....
  • Hawks fans line up to score merchandise

    Hawks fans line up to score merchandise
    Caiti O’Neill and her sister Sela already were decked out head to fingernail in Blackhawks gear when they stopped by the team’s official store on Michigan Avenue on Monday to buy a commemorative puck. “There’s just so much pride...
  • Blackhawks and Lightning scoring stars mostly silent so far

    Blackhawks and Lightning scoring stars mostly silent so far
    Give any of them an inch and there's a great possibility they turn into rulers. But through three games of the Stanley Cup Final, the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, and the Lightning's Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson mostly have played...
  • 5 Things: Bad start, bad finish, but some good news for Blackhawks

    5 Things: Bad start, bad finish, but some good news for Blackhawks
    Can I get a show of hands from people who remember when the Blackhawks used to win the third period? Good. Thanks. Now we can get started with today's 5 Things blog off Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final. 1. Home ice, great anthem, last line change,...
  • Tampa beats Chicago 3-2, takes 2-1 lead in Stanley Cup Final

    The latest from Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final between Tampa Bay and Chicago: 10 p.m. Cedric Paquette scored the tiebreaking goal on an exceptional pass from Victor Hedman with 3:11 to play, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2...
  • Finding hope in Patrick Kane's big, fat, zero

    Finding hope in Patrick Kane's big, fat, zero
    If you see Patrick Kane, please send him to the Stanley Cup Final scoresheet. Kane managed zero shots on goal in Game 2, something that hasn’t happened in almost six months. Heck, he had more hits than shots on goal Saturday night. Kane was...