DETROIT – Jonathan Toews always expects himself to be at his best, but throw the Blackhawks captain into a scoring drought that has lasted seven playoff games and the pressure to get the offense going only grows.
CHICAGO – Here’s what I know about ice:
CHICAGO – The Swede has been freed.
CHICAGO – Mike Babcock looked like a walking advertisement for Sprite as he strolled out of the Detroit Red Wings’ victorious locker room Saturday and entered a room filled with reporters.
CHICAGO – Let’s say you play for the Blackhawks.
CHICAGO – Dave Bolland chuckled at the question about his gruff leader.
CHICAGO – In 446 career games that have included more than 8,500 minutes of ice time, Patrick Kane has been tempted to drop his gloves and pound an opponent with bare fists.
CHICAGO – Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews and his teammates are doing plenty of things right to maintain a perfect record on the penalty kill during the playoffs.
CHICAGO (AP) — Maybe it was the extra rest, or another raucous crowd at the United Center. Maybe it was just the resumption of one of the NHL's biggest rivalries.
CHICAGO – A red practice sweater would have been fine. Black, too.
CHICAGO – A black-and-white sign that hangs above the home bench at the Blackhawks’ practice facility offers a simple 10-word message.
CHICAGO – Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville assumed the role of a Detroit Red Wings defender Monday as he tried to poke-check the puck away from some of his players.
CHICAGO – One bad-angle overtime goal was enough to grab the attention of the Blackhawks. Once that shot went in for Jason Zucker, it was all over for the Minnesota Wild.
CHICAGO – Marian Hossa scored twice to back a strong effort by goalie Corey Crawford, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Minnesota Wild 5-1 Thursday night to win their first-round playoff series 4-1.
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