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  • Hawks brace for fight of their season in Game 6

    Hawks brace for fight of their season in Game 6
    The Blackhawks have the Wild right where they want them — which leads the defending Stanley Cup champions to believe they're about to face the fight of their season. "You don't want to have a hockey player backed into a corner," Hawks defenseman...
  • Hawks have the luck of the Aussies going for them

    Hawks have the luck of the Aussies going for them
    Blackhawks fans would be interested to learn three things about Paul Wilkins' life. One, the first time the native of Australia came to the United Center (and America), Patrick Kane scored his first NHL goal. Two, the 31-year-old has attended four...
  • Feel that? That would be the red-hot Hawks

    Feel that? That would be the red-hot Hawks
    You are missed, Andrew Shaw. Since the undersized forward was injured in Game 1 of the series against Minnesota, the Blackhawks have tried to duplicate his scrappy presence, especially in front of the Wild net. The Hawks were successful in Game 5,...
  • Patrick Kane, Blackhawks down Wild 2-1 in overtime

    Patrick Kane, Blackhawks down Wild 2-1 in overtime
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Brent Seabrook fired the puck around the boards where it struck a stanchion and wobbled into the slot. Blackhawks teammate Peter Regin, engaged in battle with the Wild's Ryan Suter, skated over the rubber disc and for a brief...
  • Ducks expect a fight tonight as they pursue a Kings kill

    Ducks expect a fight tonight as they pursue a Kings kill
    As crucial and hard-fought as Game 5 was, the Ducks are expecting the Kings to deliver their most complete effort in Wednesday night’s Game 6 at Staples Center. Anaheim leads the series three games to two, and can clinch the series and move on...
  • Kings hang on to force Game 7 with 2-1 victory over Ducks

    Kings hang on to force Game 7 with 2-1 victory over Ducks
    Call it a self-fulfilling prophecy, missed opportunities or just another dramatic turn, but the Ducks couldn't finish off the Kings on Wednesday night, and hockey's freeway series is now going the distance. Riding a signature 21-save performance by...
  • Kings force Game 7 with 2-1 victory over the Ducks

    Kings force Game 7 with 2-1 victory over the Ducks
    The first Stanley Cup playoff matchup between Southern California rivals is heading to Game 7. Facing elimination for the fifth time this postseason, the Kings snapped out of their most recent playoff funk with a 2-1 victory over the Ducks in Game 6...
  • Ducks look to reverse last year's Game 7 nightmare

    Ducks look to reverse last year's Game 7 nightmare
    The nerves, uncertainty and inconsistent play that caused the Ducks' Game 7 defeat to the Detroit Red Wings last May were used as motivation — by personnel men, coaches and players alike — to ensure this year would be different. Tonight at...
  • Readers' Q&A: Chris Kuc's Blackhawks mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Chris Kuc's Blackhawks mailbag
    Wouldn’t pulling Corey Crawford after the Kings’ third goal in the first period Monday night have sent a message to players? I would have if I were Coach Q.  --Tom B., New Lenox Game 4 of the Western Conference finals is no time to be sending...
  • The Chicago connection in Phoenix

    The Chicago connection in Phoenix
    When I moved to Phoenix in January to be a visiting professor at Arizona State University, I expected to sample street tacos and green chilies and the wood-oven pizza from Pizzeria Bianco that everyone raves about. Unexpectedly, I also found Chicago...
  • Kings throw defense at defending champions

    Kings throw defense at defending champions
    Willie Mitchell couldn't go on the road to be around his friends and hockey-playing colleagues. Nor could he feel comfortable going out to dinner when a playoff game was going on against St. Louis, San Jose or Chicago. The prototypical stay-at-home...
  • 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...