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  • Blackhawks focused on their own game, not who's in net for Lightning

    Blackhawks focused on their own game, not who's in net for Lightning
    It makes no difference to the Chicago Blackhawks whether it's Ben Bishop or Andrei Vasilevskiy in goal for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night at Amalie Arena for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. The teams split the first four games, with each...
  • What to watch for in Stanley Cup finals Game 5

    What to watch for in Stanley Cup finals Game 5
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The tightest Stanley Cup Final in 47 years is coming down to the wire. The Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning both feel confident about their ability to win two of a possible three games remaining in the best-of-7...
  • Star players hope to provide edge in Stanley Cup Final

    The tightest Stanley Cup Final in 47 years is coming down to the wire. The Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning both feel confident about their ability to win two of a possible three games remaining in the best-of-7 matchup that resumes Saturday...
  • Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop set to start Game 5 in Cup Final

    Goalie Ben Bishop has led the Tampa Bay Lightning onto the ice for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, indicating he will start on Saturday night. Bishop missed Game 4 and skipped Friday's practice with an undisclosed injury, but spent 15 minutes on ice...
  • Stuff, Knightro earn spots on Jerry Greene's top mascots list

    Stuff, Knightro earn spots on Jerry Greene's top mascots list
    You want a hard life? I mean really hard? Be a team mascot. Granted, it's not quite as hard as being a Disney "animal" because those poor souls are prey for millions of sadistic kids who think the costumed creatures are just big toys that can be...
  • Duncan Keith living in the moment, humbly brushing off his own fine play

    Duncan Keith living in the moment, humbly brushing off his own fine play
    Duncan Keith doesn't understand all the hoopla his postseason play has generated. The Blackhawks defenseman has been the subject of countless articles and TV segments worldwide documenting his terrific stretch of games that began with Game 1 of the...
  • Blackhawks beat Lightning, 2-1, now one win from Stanley Cup title

    Blackhawks beat Lightning, 2-1, now one win from Stanley Cup title
    The Stanley Cup will be in the house Monday at the United Center, and the Chicago Blackhawks will have a chance to make the hallowed trophy feel at home there for a while. Center Antoine Vermette, a late-season acquisition who was a healthy scratch...
  • Reality check for Lightning: Blackhawks' experience matters

    Reality check for Lightning: Blackhawks' experience matters
    In the inexorable wait until they dropped the puck Saturday night at Amalie Arena, Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews confessed to being just like you, the Chicago hockey fan. Pondering another parade that ends in Grant Park. Wondering what Madison...
  • The Latest: Chicago's Vermette adds 2nd Cup game-winner

    The latest from Chicago's 2-1 victory over Tampa Bay in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final: ___ 11:15 p.m. Antoine Vermette has scored twice in the Stanley Cup Final series against Tampa Bay. And both have been third-period, game-winners. The late-season...
  • Smallest margins put Blackhawks on brink of Cup in Game 6

    Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop and his Chicago counterpart, Corey Crawford, both made atrocious mistakes less than a minute apart in Game 5 of this impossibly close Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night. Bishop's blunder ended up in his net when he collided...
  • 5 Chicago stops the Stanley Cup probably should have skipped

    Over the course of its 122 years, Lord Stanley's Cup has been a few places it shouldn't have. That won't be a problem for at least four hours Thursday, when it serves as the centerpiece of a parade featuring players and coaches from the NHL champion...