CHICAGO | Two games to play, one to win, a Stanley Cup close to their grasp.
CHICAGO | Three years ago, the Blackhawks turned to Dustin Byfuglien to post his strapping 6-foot-5 body on opposing goalies, blocking their views and pouncing on rebounds.
BOSTON | They have come to wave flags or meet the players or just appear on the video screen, invariably to a standing ovation, during the Boston Bruins' run to the Stanley Cup finals.
In this April 17, 2013 file photo, Boston Bruins center Chris Kelly wears a "Boston Strong" decal, left, on his helmet during a game against the Buffalo Sabres in Boston. The Bruins are hoping a Stanley Cup trophy will provide solace to those affected in the April 15 bombing attacks.
BOSTON | Just imagine what Tuukka Rask and Tim Thomas chat about when the present and past Boston Bruins goalies, and friends, have time to talk.
CHICAGO | ESPN hockey analyst Barry Melrose knew the caution light was flashing yellow midway through the second period Saturday night.
CHICAGO | Eddie Olczyk has seen practically everything in three decades of hockey as a player, NHL head coach and now Blackhawks and NBC color analyst.
CHICAGO | Surely, nearly six consecutive periods of hockey was enough for the Blackhawks to take the measure of the Boston Bruins, a team they had not played since Oct. 15, 2011.
CHICAGO | The names of the special welcoming committee in the Blackhawks locker room require a bit of patience for Americans to spell out.
CHICAGO | Wednesday night — and Thursday morning — hockey fans got the ultimate two-for-the-price-of-one: Six periods on the ice when they paid to see three.
CHICAGO | The fame of being a Blackhawk cuts in opposite directions for two veterans of the 2010 Stanley Cup now trying to drink from its glory a second time.
CHICAGO | Now the Blackhawks are experts in playing games seemingly without end.
CHICAGO | One by one they pushed through the turnstiles, took a rally towel and, in many cases, used it to dry off from the rain.
CHICAGO | The Phoenix Coyotes are about to be in limbo no more.
CHICAGO | Opponents can get too much of Patrick Kane for their own good.
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