Marian Hossa scored a power-play goal with 4:19 left in the third period to tie it at 2. Patrick Kane also scored for Chicago, which had won three in a row. Crawford made 27 saves.
All Quenneville has done since he came aboard early in the 2008-09 season is win two Stanley Cups for a team that had not won even once since 1961.
With two Stanley Cup championships in four years, Chicago has been transformed into a Blackhawks city. But could the Midwest actually be transformed into “Blackhawks Country”?
Stan Bowman wanted to keep Joel Quenneville in Chicago, and the coach had no desire to leave.
As an NHL coach, winning two Stanley Cups in four seasons will put you in good graces with your bosses.
The Blackhawks’ head coach’s contract expires after the 2013-14 season.
How do you say “welcome home” to the coach who just won the Stanley Cup Final?
“If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit.” Corey Crawford is saved by his defense. Brent Seabrook kept his client from being hauled into goaltender jail with simple plan: SHOOT THE PUCK!
Like a fine wine, some things simply get better with age.
Blackhawks fans should expect to see No. 81 on the ice tonight in Game 4.
Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville didn’t want to talk about the injury that forced him to scratch forward Marian Hossa from the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins.
It’s not an elimination game Wednesday night, but it’s still do or die for the Blackhawks.
Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville is giving his team a new look for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The Chicago Blackhawks were at the top of their game in the first period of Game of the Stanley Cup Finals.
As expected, Brandon Bollig will be in the lineup for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins Wednesday night.
If these two teams are mirror images of each other, as many observers have noted, the chess game between Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville and Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien could have a decisive impact on the Stanley Cup Final.
Known as the youngsters of the 2010 Cup-winning Chicago Blackhawks, the duo simply referred to as “Kane & Toews” is now striving to be the veterans of the 2013 Stanley Cup Champions.
New series. New opponent. New lines.
Head coach Joel Quenneville made one thing clear: The Blackhawks had to get the puck to Patrick Kane.
The Blackhawks’ series lead has been trimmed to 2-1 with another game at the Staples Center — where the Kings have now won 15 straight — Thursday night.