Chris Emma covers much of the Chicago sports scene for 670 The Score and CBSChicago.com. He previously worked with Scout.com for five years and also currently covers Northwestern for 247Sports.com. A Geneva native, he now lives in the Lakeview neighrborhood.
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Chicago is on to its fifth Western Conference Final in seven seasons.
The Blackhawks are down to five defensemen for Game 4.
Can the Blackhawks finish off the sweep in St. Paul?
Kane has nine game-winning goals in the playoffs for the Blackhawks.
Chicago’s versatility in style of play has been too much for Minnesota.
“It was a goalie win,” Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said.
The Blackhawks look to reverse an alarming trend for Game 3 in St. Paul.
The Blackhawks are playing their best hockey, though still striving for better.
Chicago added another offensive lineman to its draft class.
The Bears have picked their 10th safety since 2005.
Chicago added depth to a position of uncertainty.
The Blackhawks’ rookie scored the game-winning goal in Chicago’s 4-3 win over Minnesota.
Pace spoke with excitement for an offense built around Cutler.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled right now,” Bears GM Ryan Pace said.
Bronson was given a two-year deal after impressing during a minicamp tryout.
Forte has one year left on his contract with Chicago.
The Bears’ veteran is optimistic about his fresh start in Chicago.
Pace is confident in his draft plans.
The former NFL head coach sees several intriguing names for the Bears.
Cutler appreciates the minds of his new coaches.