Chris Emma

Kimmo Timonen #44 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrates with the Stanley Cup after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning  by a score of 2-0 in Game Six to win the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Final at the United Center  on June 15, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Emma: Kimmo Timonen Leaves On His Own Terms, As A Champion

The 40-year-old defenseman called it a career after winning his first Cup.

CBS Chicago–06/16/2015

The Blackhawks celebrate after defeating Lightning in Game 6 to win the Stanley Cup on Monday night at the United Center. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Emma: Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks Are A Modern Dynasty

Chicago has won three titles in six seasons in the salary cap era.

CBS Chicago–06/16/2015

Tampa Bay Lightning (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Emma: Seasoned Lightning Not Fazed By Big Stage

Tampa Bay is playing its 26th game this postseason, tying an NHL record.

CBS Chicago–06/15/2015

Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville. (Getty Images)

Blackhawks’ Joel Quenneville: ‘The Appetite Is Real’

Chicago can close out Tampa Bay and win the Stanley Cup in Game 6 tonight.

CBS Chicago–06/15/2015

The Blackhawks celebrate after Patrick Sharp scored a goal in Game 5. (Getty Images)

Emma: Blackhawks On The Cusp Of Cup Glory

The Blackhawks are one win away from their third lift of the Stanley Cup in six years.

CBS Chicago–06/14/2015

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Emma: Blackhawks Must Find Their Best Hockey

It’s no secret inside the Blackhawks’ dressing room: They must be better to win their third Cup in six years.

CBS Chicago–06/11/2015

Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Stanley Cup Final Is Historically Evenly Matched

Through four games, Chicago and Tampa each have scored nine goals.

CBS Chicago–06/11/2015

Blachawks winger Brandon Saad, center, celebrates with Brad Richards, left, and Patrick Kane. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Emma: Brandon Saad Revealing His Rising Star

The Blackhawks’ 22-year-old forward has eight goals this postseason.

CBS Chicago–06/11/2015

The Blackhawks celebrate their Game 4 win. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Emma: Resilient Blackhawks Are 2 Wins From The Cup

Chicago showed its remarkable ability to bounce back in its Game 4 win.

CBS Chicago–06/10/2015

(Mike Carlson/Getty Images)

Lightning’s Ben Bishop Out For Game 4

Tampa Bay will be playing 20-year-old rookie Andrei Vasilevskiy in net.

CBS Chicago–06/10/2015

Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Emma’s Game 4 Primer: Blackhawks’ Speed Must Kill

Tampa is up 2-1 in the Stanley Cup Final.

CBS Chicago–06/10/2015

Blackhawks defenseman Kimmo Timonen. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Blackhawks’ Kimmo Timonen, Kris Versteeg In For Game 4

Timonen has yet to play in this Stanley Cup Final through three games.

CBS Chicago–06/10/2015

The Blackhawks celebrate a goal. (Getty Images)

Emma: Let’s See What The Blackhawks Are Really Made Of

Chicago is 40-14 in Games 4 through 7 under Joel Quenneville.

CBS Chicago–06/09/2015

Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Emma: Lightning Leaving Blackhawks Flustered

Tampa Bay took a 2-1 lead over Chicago in the Stanley Cup Final.

CBS Chicago–06/08/2015

Blackhawks forward Bryan Bickell, right. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Blackhawks Notes: Joel Quenneville Shakes Up Chicago Lineup

Bryan Bickell and Trevor van Riemsdyk are expected to play in Game 3.

CBS Chicago–06/08/2015

(Mike Carlson/Getty Images)

Ben Bishop Practices, But Lightning Don’t Announce Starting Goalie

Ben Bishop remained mum on his health and status for Game 3.

CBS Chicago–06/08/2015

Kimmo Timonen (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Blackhawks’ Frustrated Kimmo Timonen: ‘It’s Hard Not To Be Playing’

The Blackhawks’ 40-year-old defenseman returned for a Cup pursuit but has been a healthy scratch.

CBS Chicago–06/08/2015

Blackhawks rookie forward Teuvo Teravainen, center. (Getty Images)

Emma: Teuvo Teravainen’s A Rising Star

The Blackhawks’ rookie forward has scored in each of the first two Stanley Cup Final games.

CBS Chicago–06/07/2015

Lightning goalie Ben Bishop exited Game 2 early. (Mike Carlson/Getty Images)

Lightning’s Goaltending Situation Remains A Mystery

The Lightning’s Ben Bishop left Game 2 without a clear reason.

CBS Chicago–06/07/2015

Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Blackhawks Relish Home-Ice Advantage

The Stanley Cup Final returns to Chicago for Game 3 on Monday night tied at 1-1.

CBS Chicago–06/07/2015