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  • Blackhawks 4, Blues 3 (OT)

    Blackhawks 4, Blues 3 (OT): Patrick Kane scored his second goal of the contest 11:17 into overtime as host Chicago evened its Western Conference first-round series with St. Louis at two games apiece. Kane, who also had an assist, skated up the left wing...
  • Blackhawks vs. Blues: Game 4 spotlight

     Blackhawks vs. Blues: Game 4 spotlight
    Duncan Keith Position: Defenseman Number: 2 Height, weight: 6-1, 200 Shoots: Left Age: 30 2014 regular-season: Games: 79; Goals: 6; Assists: 55; Points: 61; Plus-minus: +22 Playoffs: Games: 77; Goals: 9; Assists: 36; Points: 45; Plus-minus:...
  • Blues could get Backes back for Game 4

    CHICAGO After scoring eight goals in the first two games of their playoff series against Chicago, the Blues were shut out 2-0 in Game 3. But there remained a strong confidence in the offense Tuesday, and meanwhile the club could get a boost in its overall...
  • Blues' Backes misses Game 4 vs. Hawks

    Blues' Backes misses Game 4 vs. Hawks
    Blues coach Ken Hitchcock played it coy during the morning skate when it came to the status of center David Backes for Game 4 of the playoffs against the Blackhawks. “He wasn’t available for the pregame skate,” Hitchcock said when...
  • What does the wisecracking Blues coach say?

    What does the wisecracking Blues coach say?
    Say this for St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock: He's got a sense of humor and isn't afraid to use it.  Like when a reporter asked about Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane playing on the same line, he cracked: “I don’t think [Hawks coach Joel...
  • Toews, Kane together again for Hawks

    Toews, Kane together again for Hawks
    When Patrick Kane scored in Game 1 of the Blackhawks’ first-round series against the Blues, Jonathan Toews was the first to join him in celebrating. When Toews scored in Game 3, Kane arrived before any other teammate to extend congratulations....
  • Lightning pair, Avs' MacKinnon finalists for top rookie

    (Reuters) - Tampa Bay Lightning forwards Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat were named as finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy, given to the top rookie, along with Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon, the NHL said on Wednesday. MacKinnon, the...
  • Blackhawks trying to stay even keel for Game 4

    Blackhawks trying to stay even keel for Game 4
    The Blackhawks can't seize control of their series with the Blues by winning Game 4, but they can cede significant ground by losing Wednesday night at the United Center. A loss would drop the Hawks into a 3-1 hole in the series, the same deficit they...
  • Preview: Blues at Blackhawks

    Facing the prospect of seeing his team pushed to the brink of elimination, Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville elected to reunite captain Jonathan Toews with Patrick Kane on the same line. Toews opened the scoring and Corey Crawford turned aside all...
  • Bulls quickly running out of playoff options

    Bulls quickly running out of playoff options
    With the game and perhaps the Bulls' season on the line against the Wizards on Tuesday night at the United Center, guard Kirk Hinrich took the ball to the basket on the final possession of a 101-99 overtime loss. That alone summed up the biggest problem...
  • Blackhawks know anemic power play problematic

    Blackhawks know anemic power play problematic
    If there was one nitpick about the Blackhawks as they marched toward the Stanley Cup last season, it was that their power play was little more than a rumor. Over 23 postseason games, the Blackhawks converted just 11.4 percent of their power-play...
  • Blues work overtime again to defeat Blackhawks

    ST. LOUIS Barret Jackman's shot squeezed through Chicago netminder Corey Crawford's legs and gave the Blues a 4-3 victory in overtime of Game 2, in the NHL Western Conference quarterfinals Saturday at Scottrade Center. Jackman's goal came five minutes 50...