NHL Headlines Of The WeekWith excitement surrounding the entire league, we take a look at some of the top NHL headlines from this week.
CBS Local Sports' 2014 Stanley Cup Final PredictionsIt's LA vs. NYC. It's Quick vs. Lundqvist. It's west coast vs. east coast and with that being said ... let the games begin! Here are our predictions for what is sure to be an unforgettable and thrilling Cup Final.
Zawaski: Stanley Cup Final PreviewDrew Doughty and the Kings are favored over the Rangers.
Top 5 Blackhawks' Overtime Goals Of Kane-Toews EraWatch some of the greatest goals in Blackhawks' franchise history.
Hoge: Possible Blackhawks Comeback Starts With Faceoffs, Blocked ShotsChicago is 6-1 this postseason when it blocks 20 or more shots, 3-6 when it doesn't.
Zawaski: Breaking Down Blackhawks' Potential Matchups With Ducks, KingsChicago had regular-season success against both Anaheim and Los Angeles.
Team USA Tops Czech Republic, Advances To Hockey SemifinalsTeam USA will play Canada on Friday in the semifinals.
USA And Canada To Start Goaltenders Quick And PriceThe stalwarts in goal at the Vancouver Games in 2010 will stay on the bench.
Zawaski: USA Defeats Russia in Shootout Thriller: What We LearnedIt is impossible to argue that Team USA's 3-2 shootout win over Russia wasn't a fantastic sporting event, let alone hockey game.
Team USA Hockey Crushes Slovakia, 7-1The Americans scored six goals in a 14-minute stretch in the second period.
USA, Canada Pick Starting Goalies For OpenersTeam USA will go with Jonathan Quick, while Canada gives Carey Price the nod initially.
Kane's 3 Points Lead Blackhawks To 5-3 Win Over KingsPatrick Kane learned of his grandfather's death shortly before game time, and he handled the pain in the only way he could imagine. By playing his heavy heart out.
Silverman: Will Blackhawks Pony Up The Cash For Crawford?Crawford is going to get his money and he is going to deserve what he gets.
Silverman: Blackhawks Rolling, And It May Not StopBut here’s the news flash for the Kings. They’re not going to win at home in Game 3 unless they play a lot better at the Staples Center than they did at the United Center.
Hoge: The Better Goaltender Is On The BlackhawksYes, through two games of the Western Conference Finals, the better goaltender is the one in the red sweater.