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Patrick Kane

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  • Patrick Kane's brilliance lifts Blackhawks from workmanlike outing

    Patrick Kane's brilliance lifts Blackhawks from workmanlike outing
    If you struggled to explain Patrick Kane's did-you-see-that, one-on-four goal Friday night against the Wild in the Blackhawks' 5-2 victory in Game 1 at the United Center, don't feel badly. Kane couldn't either. "Sometimes you make some lucky plays and...
  • Repeat after me: See puck, get puck, keep puck

    Repeat after me: See puck, get puck, keep puck
    Go ahead and love the Blackhawks' win in Game 1 of the Western Conference final, but also know there won’t be enough wins to reach the Stanley Cup Final if the Hawks continue to chase the puck instead of own it. Sure, the Hawks imposed their...
  • To be Cup contenders, Kings and Blackhawks had to outsmart salary cap

    To be Cup contenders, Kings and Blackhawks had to outsmart salary cap
    Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi knew his team needed a productive left wing in order to go far this season and he knew Columbus winger Marian Gaborik might be available, but Lombardi had season-long salary cap problems and Gaborik's salary was $7.5...
  • Bears, fair-weather fans showing Blackhawks love

    Bears, fair-weather fans showing Blackhawks love
    Thanks to Corey Crawford & Co., it’s still hockey season in Chicago. The defending champs are now only three wins away from a return trip to the Stanley Cup Final, which means it's time for bandwagon fans to come out of the woodwork and buy...
  • Kane, Sharp and a more dangerous Hawks offense

    Kane, Sharp and a more dangerous Hawks offense
    Heads up, Patrick Kane. Or duck. Whatever, the Kings were converging on the Blackhawks' dynamic goal-scorer the way everybody used to try to eliminate Michael Jordan. It was only one game of the Western Conference finals. I get that. It also might'...
  • Kings' Drew Doughty rolls with changes as leadership role increases

    Kings' Drew Doughty rolls with changes as leadership role increases
    Two Olympic gold medals, one Stanley Cup ring and an increasing position of leadership … does this all mean the Kings have seen the last of Dewey-isms? That would be the often quirky observations of the uber-talented Drew Doughty (aka "Dewey")....
  • Former King Michal Handzus still going strong with Blackhawks

    Michal Handzus’ career seemed near its end when the Kings let him depart as a free agent after the 2010-11 season and he signed with San Jose. But the Slovakian center is still going strong at age 37 and has become the second-line center for the...
  • Crow no! Long night for the Blackhawks goaltender

    Crow no! Long night for the Blackhawks goaltender
    Quietly—and to the surprise of some—Corey Crawford is becoming one of the NHL's best goaltenders. "As a team we want to keep raising our level of play as the stage gets bigger and bigger, but I think if there's anyone that's doing that, it's...
  • Kings score five times in third period to even series with Blackhawks

    The Los Angeles Kings scored five goals in the third period to transform a troubling two-goal deficit late in the second period into a 6-2 victory Wednesday at United Center that ties the Western Conference finals against the defending Stanley Cup-...
  • Sighting: Lana Del Rey, Jonathan Toews dine at Japonais

    Sighting: Lana Del Rey, Jonathan Toews dine at Japonais
    Does Jonathan Toews know who Lana Del Rey is? Does Del Rey know who Toews is? It’s unclear, but the Blackhawks star and singer/songwriter both happened to dine Friday at Japonais by Morimoto. No word on if the two crossed paths at the Goose Island...
  • Kings expect Blackhawks to come back strong after Game 2 collapse

    Misery recognizes company. The Kings were not the only ones to lose the first two games in the first round of the playoffs — they lost the first three — and then were forced to go to a seventh game in the second round. This is also about...
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