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It took more than 91 minutes to complete, but the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the defending-champion Los Angeles Kings to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.
With Duncan Keith watching while suspended, the rest of the Chicago Blackhawks played a superb defensive game – especially in the third period – and ended the LA Kings’ home winning streak with a dramatic 3-2 victory.
On Wednesday, the NHL suspended Duncan Keith one game for high-sticking Jeff Carter on Tuesday night.
The Kings hadn’t lost on home ice in the postseason, and continued their dominance in LA with a 3-1 victory over the Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
After Game One ended 2-1, it appeared the champion of the Western Conference would be the team to score a second goal first four times. On Sunday night, it didn’t take as long for the Blackhawks to hit that benchmark. … Continue reading
After a hard-fought series victory against the Red Wings, the Blackhawks dominated Game One of the Western Conference Final.
With Detroit heading to exit interviews and the golf courses this weekend, the Blackhawks (and their fans) now turn their attentions to the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings. How does the teams match-up heading into the series? Let’s … Continue reading
After the Blackhawks announced the acquisition of veteran center Michal Handzus, two other Western Conference teams made significant moves on Monday night. The Los Angeles Kings traded a second round pick in the 2014 and 2015 Drafts to the Buffalo … Continue reading
On Monday, the NHL named Los Angeles Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin the Rookie of the Month for March. Brandon Saad’s production in 14 games might make this seem like an April Fool’s Day joke to many Blackhawks fans.
Michael Frolik got a chance to perform with the Hawks’ top line on Monday night, and he took advantage. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks weren’t as fortunate.