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  • Heartbreaking end to Blackhawks' season

    Heartbreaking end to Blackhawks' season
    At 10:10 Sunday night, Chicago shook its fist at fate, cursed the Kings and slowly started to face reality that will take all summer to sink in. BREAKING NEWS: Hearts all over town broke watching the Blackhawks lose 5-4 in overtime in Game 7 of the...
  • Kings look like the regal deal, beat Chicago 5-2 for 3-1 series lead

    One game from the abyss has turned into one game from the bliss of the Stanley Cup Final. The Kings may not always be the world's most interesting team in the regular season, but they have seized that mantle in the postseason and owned it in the month...
  • Kings fans feel a Stanley Cup Final coming on

    Kings fans feel a Stanley Cup Final coming on
    The chant burst out from Staples Center's upper deck, home of the most passionate Kings fans, the ones whose loyalty outweighed their disillusionment during the team's many bad years. The same ones who probably still don't believe this unprecedented on-...
  • Missing desperation factor, Kings miss out on chance to end series

    Every time the Kings have had to be resilient during a sometimes-turbulent playoff journey this spring, they've bounced back emphatically. They faced elimination six times in the first two rounds and not only escaped but thrived, gaining confidence as...
  • Blackhawks' Michal Handzus makes ice time count

    Blackhawks' Michal Handzus makes ice time count
    Throughout the Western Conference finals, Chicago Blackhawks Coach Joel Quenneville continued to be questioned about his use of center Michal Handzus. Is the team's oldest player going to be dropped down a line? Will he even play? Handzus, 37,...
  • Third period proves to be the difference for Blackhawks in Game 5

    Third period proves to be the difference for Blackhawks in Game 5
    No way the Chicago Blackhawks wanted to end the season like this, humbled at home and dethroned by the would-be Kings in front of friends and relatives. Not here. Not now. So when the Blackhawks came out Wednesday night for the third period of Game...
  • It's Kings' move, and they know they don't want a wide-open game

    The Kings and Chicago Blackhawks could have played all night, it seemed, and no one would have minded. Game 5 of the Western Conference finals was an exhilarating display of individual brilliance within a team framework, capped by sudden-death...
  • Kings face another test of seven after Game 6 loss to Blackhawks

    Kings face another test of seven after Game 6 loss to Blackhawks
    Did anyone truly think that the Kings and Chicago Blackhawks would manage to settle the issue in four, five or six games? Of course not. And so, one of the more entertaining playoff battles in recent years will continue on for a few more days,...
  • What we loved about the Hawks' season--and what we didn't

    What we loved about the Hawks' season--and what we didn't
    Beyond the jaw-dropping skills of the team's stars and Coach Q's immaculate mustache, Blackhawks fans will have plenty to remember—and forget—from this season.   THAT WAS AWESOME The mullets For the second straight season, Patrick Kane...
  • Using a seventh sense: Recapping the Kings' road to the Stanley Cup Final

    Using a seventh sense: Recapping the Kings' road to the Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings became the first team to reach the Stanley Cup Final by winning three series in Game 7, all on the road. That journey included coming back from a 3-0 series deficit to the San Jose Sharks in Round 1, rebounding from a 3-2 deficit in Round 2...
  • Blackhawks make perfect Star Wars characters

    Blackhawks make perfect Star Wars characters
    It was useless for Minnesota to resist. The Blackhawks, with legitimate delusions of Stanley Cup grandeur, have a 2-0 lead in their playoff series against Minnesota after a 4-1 win Sunday at the United Center. Maybe it was the force—Sunday was...
  • Hawks let Wild pick a style, then beat them anyway

    Hawks let Wild pick a style, then beat them anyway
    The team the Wild dragged into this playoff series is different than the one that lost to the Blackhawks in five games last spring. But so what. It doesn’t matter. The Wild emphasized a skating, forechecking, offensive-minded strategy in Game 1....