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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Keep the lights red

    Keep the lights red
    The Chicago Tribune prints an ad that states: “Let’s light Chicago red” to support the Blackhawks. After the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup, let’s leave the red lights on until Chicago’s credit rating gets in the black....
  • LEADING OFF: Pineda back in Seattle, surging Twins at Fenway

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ KING AND HIS PRINCE Michael Pineda makes his first start in Seattle since the Mariners traded him to the Yankees for catcher Jesus Montero before the 2012 season. Pineda faces Felix...
  • Bonus Deluxe 5 Things: Patrick Kane's killer instinct

    Bonus Deluxe 5 Things: Patrick Kane's killer instinct
    I usually bring you the "5 Things'' blog only after Blackhawks playoff games, but there was too much coming out of that Game 7 win against the Ducks and the run-up to the Stanley Cup Final against the Lightning. So, you lucky hockey fans, you get the...
  • Chicago Blackhawks fans gearing up for Stanley Cup

    Chicago Blackhawks fans gearing up for Stanley Cup
    Blackhawks fans already are in a Stanley Cup frenzy. Less than 24 hours after the team advanced to their third final in six years, fans took selfies with the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl on display Sunday at the team store on Michigan Avenue and snapped up...
  • Stanley Cup Final to feature speed, skill on both sides

    Stanley Cup Final to feature speed, skill on both sides
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — While the Blackhawks were locked in their battles with the Ducks, coach Joel Quenneville still made some time for a little relaxation. It still involved hockey. Quenneville said he watched every game of the Eastern Conference...
  • Blackhawks, on cusp of another Cup, never get tired of winning

    Blackhawks, on cusp of another Cup, never get tired of winning
    Late Saturday night after the Blackhawks celebrated their Game 7 victory in a businesslike fashion, indefatigable defenseman Duncan Keith enjoyed a lighter moment at the podium. With the Ducks' stated plan of wearing down the Hawks having failed, a...
  • Joe Maddon will be watching Blackhawks, Lightning

    Joe Maddon will be watching Blackhawks, Lightning
    Cubs manager Joe Maddon has a rare perspective when it comes to watching the Blackhawks and the Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final. "I hate to say may the best team win, but I am going to say may the best team win," Maddon said. Maddon, who managed...
  • Brent Seabrook's play flying under the radar

     Brent Seabrook's play flying under the radar
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Duncan Keith hasn't been the only Blackhawks defenseman making noise during the team's run to the Stanley Cup Final. While Keith has put together a postseason that has him in contention for the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most...
  • Time for Cubs, White Sox to make their moves

    Time for Cubs, White Sox to make their moves
    With the Cubs off to Miami to start a nine-game road trip and the White Sox heading to Texas to end their 11-game road trip, this is one of those rare stretches in which Chicago is baseball-free the next four days. But this doesn’t mean you’...
  • Tampa's Amalie Arena cancels Garth Brooks shows

    Tampa's Amalie Arena cancels Garth Brooks shows
    Honky-tonk makes way for hockey in Tampa as the Amalie Arena has canceled all three of Garth Brooks' upcoming shows in Tampa. The decision was announced in a press release on Sunday, citing "unexpected scheduling by the NHL and NBC on June 6 for the...
  • Blackhawks vs. Lightning: Who has the edge?

    Blackhawks vs. Lightning: Who has the edge?
    Stanley Cup Final Offense Thanks in large part to coach Joel Quenneville putting Patrick Kane on the top line along with Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad, the Hawks exploded for 15 goals over the last four games of the Western Conference finals against...