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7 things to get you ready for Blues-Blackhawks Game 7

After dropping the first three games of the series, the defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks trounced the hated Canucks 7-2 and 5-0 before winning Game 6 in overtime at the United Center, setting up an unlikely Game 7 in Vancouver. And after 

The defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks are trying to climb back from a 3-1 series deficit. They erased an early two-goal deficit in Game 6 and then some, scoring five unanswered goals in a rout that evened the series against the Blues. Plus

After dropping the first three games of the series, the defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks trounced the hated Canucks 7-2 and 5-0 before winning Game 6 in overtime at the United Center, setting up an unlikely Game 7 in Vancouver. And after 

Brent Seabrook is mobbed by teammates after scoring the series-winning goal in overtime of Game 7 against Detroit on May 29, 2013. (Getty Images). Mark Lazerus · @MarkLazerus | email. Hanging on the wall of his basement, framed and in his line of sight 

St. Louis Blues right wing Vladimir Tarasenko (91) celebrates after scoring a goal during the first period in Game 6 of an NHL hockey first-round Stanley Cup playoff series against the Chicago Blackhawks, Saturday, April 23, 2016, in Chicago. (AP Photo

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Posted by - April 25, 2016 at 5:52 am

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Blackhawks force Game 7 vs. Blues

The Blackhawks needed overtime after completely falling apart in the third period and letting what was a 3-1 lead (which they had thanks to a buzzer-beating Artemi Panarin goal) slip away over the final 15 minutes of regulation. They nearly lost it

Is there some heat between St. Louis Blues superstar Vladimir Tarasenko and hard-nosed head coach Ken Hitchcock? Some are floating that thought, especially following what looked like a tense exchange (see video above) during Game 6. Hitchcock is the 

Is there some heat between St. Louis Blues superstar Vladimir Tarasenko and hard-nosed head coach Ken Hitchcock? Some are floating that thought, especially following what looked like a tense exchange (see video above) during Game 6. Hitchcock is the 

A rookie goaltender outdueled a potential Hall-of-Famer, the Ducks got offence from the defence and the Blackhawks evened up their series with the Blues to set up a Game 7 thriller. Here are three things we learned in the NHL on Saturday. Matt Murray def.

The forward watched Thursday night's game from the confines of the Hawks' dressing room while serving a one-game suspension for using a homophobic slur and was thrilled Kane scored to extend the Hawks' season. Now, Shaw is ready to return to the 

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Posted by - April 24, 2016 at 7:59 pm

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Blackhawks' Andrew Shaw appears to yell gay slur in Game 4 loss to Blues

Those are the elements that have made up this first-round playoff series between the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks. But late in Tuesday night's Game 4, the emotions took center stage as Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw was sent to the penalty 

With Keith in the box for holding Alexander Steen, Schwartz intercepted a clearing attempt by Blackhawks defenseman Trevor van Riemsdyk and beat Crawford low on his stick side at 1:36. Schwartz had the game-winning goal in St. Louis' 3-2 victory in

Center Teuvo Teravainen was one of the Hawks' most important players in last season's Stanley Cup Final. Through three games of the Western Conference quarterfinals against the Blues, he seemed invisible. Teravainen was averaging just 10 minutes, 

Grit isn't necessarily what has carried the Blackhawks to such great heights in recent seasons, but against a Blues team that specializes in teeth-rattling checks, Chicago has had to move up that element in its repertoire. That's not an easy adjustment

Before joining the Blackhawks, the postseason was Dale Weise's time to shine. Since joining the Hawks, it has been his time to sit. In recent seasons, Weise has had a knack for scoring in key situations in the playoffs and was hoping to do so for the

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Posted by - April 20, 2016 at 8:57 am

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Quenneville shaking things up on Blackhawks lines ahead of Game 4

The Blackhawks also are a skating team and the Stars are one of the few opponents that can skate with them, which explains their regular season success against the defending Cup champions. For that reason, I'd rather see the Blackhawks than the Blues 

GameThread for St. Louis Blues at Chicago Blackhawks, Apr 19, 2016. By hildymac @hildymac on Apr 19, 2016, 8:09p 1. Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports. The Blues have a golden chance to bring the series home with the Blackhawks on the ropes.

The Blackhawks also are a skating team and the Stars are one of the few opponents that can skate with them, which explains their regular season success against the defending Cup champions. For that reason, I'd rather see the Blackhawks than the Blues 

The Blackhawks also are a skating team and the Stars are one of the few opponents that can skate with them, which explains their regular season success against the defending Cup champions. For that reason, I'd rather see the Blackhawks than the Blues 

Panarin was looking more like himself on Friday night, when the Blackhawks beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 to even the first-round series at a game apiece. For Panarin, his adjustment to the NHL's regular season came fairly fast. And after two games it

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Observations from the Blackhawks' 3-2 loss in Game 3

Hey, you can't say the Blackhawks didn't test the Blues goaltender. But Elliott was stellar again on Sunday, especially in the second period when the Blackhawks fired 24 shots his way. The Blackhawks were looking for every way possible to beat Elliott

Chicago, IL, USA; St. Louis Blues defenseman Colton Parayko (55) is congratulated for scoring a goal during the first period in game three of the first round of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center. Dennis 

Hey, you can't say the Blackhawks didn't test the Blues goaltender. But Elliott was stellar again on Sunday, especially in the second period when the Blackhawks fired 24 shots his way. The Blackhawks were looking for every way possible to beat Elliott

The Chicago Blackhawks hit the ice on Sunday afternoon against the St. Louis Blues, and as has happened on numerous occasions in recent years, a player set a new team record in the process. This time, that player was defenseman Brent Seabrook, who 

Chicago, IL, USA; St. Louis Blues defenseman Colton Parayko (55) is congratulated for scoring a goal during the first period in game three of the first round of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center. Dennis 

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Posted by - April 18, 2016 at 1:56 pm

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