Stanley Cup Final
The 2013-14 NHL season may be days away from kicking off, but the Blackhawks are still the champions.
It was pay up time at the Greater Chicago Food Depository as Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick returned to his hometown to settle his wager with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn.
A remarkable season ended with the most memorable of finishes.
In an almost improbable comeback, the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins 3-2 for their second Stanley Cup title since 2010.
The Blackhawks’ Andrew Shaw was knocked out of the game by a wicked slap shot to the face late in the first period.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins have been seen as a Stanley Cup Final of near-equals from the time this confrontation became a reality two weeks ago.
Corey Crawford does not have to hide his head in shame any more.
Patrick Kane scored two goals, and the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins 3-1 to put themselves one win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup for the second time since 2010.
This series is many things, but the battle between Toews and Bergeron will come to the forefront from this point forward. No matter what this year’s numbers say, those two are hockey twins.
Joel Quenneville is not too stubborn for his own good.
Like a fine wine, some things simply get better with age.
Now, nothing in the world is more important for the Bruins than winning Game 4. Here’s a look at how they can do it.
The Boston Bruins have beaten the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 to take a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup finals.
Great teams often get a lift when they return home from a road trip.
“Commit to the Indian” isn’t just an order by a coach or a phrase to be mocked on sports radio. It’s something that might warrant a deeper consideration.
The Blackhawks have more than enough experience and veteran leadership to bounce back and hold their own with the Bruins throughout the remainder of the Stanley Cup Final
Torey Krug is ready to make up for his costly turnover in Game 1, and it sounds like the Bruins will give him that opportunity.
Chicago has dealt with enough awfulness that I feel we have more fans in this town that “get it;” “it” being, yeah, losing sucks, but I don’t have to look at this as just a black and white, did they win or did they lose issue.
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports on how fans who saw Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final were trying to stay awake Thursday — and those who missed it were trying to stay calm.
After two full overtime periods, the Blackhawks and Bruins were understandably exhausted.