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Canucks must decide as Bo Horvat gets 3 assists in win over Hawks

Canucks rookie Bo Horvat got three assists Sunday, the first assists of his NHL career, as Vancouver beat the visiting Chicago Blackhawks, 4-1. The team's Great Dane, Danish forward Jannik Hansen, got a hat-trick, the trigger man for each Horvat assist.

Op-Ed: Numerous Stanley Cup contenders among Central division teams

The Central division is considered the best in the NHL by many. This season, it appears that the Central division teams will be yet again front and center in the battle for Stanley Cup. Here's a look at what Central division clubs did this summer.

Op-Ed: Numerous Stanley Cup contenders among Central division teams

The Central division is considered the best in the NHL by many. This season, it appears that the Central division teams will be yet again front and center in the battle for Stanley Cup. Here's a look at what Central division clubs did this summer.

Op-Ed: Three NHL playoff stars and three terrible trades

Whether transactions are made because of salary dumps, a playoff push, or the removal of a player that wants a change of scenery, the art of a trade is one that often leaves one team in heaven and one team in hell.

Hapless Oilers trade goalie Jason LaBarbera to Chicago Blackhawks

With an injury to Corey Crawford the Chicago Blackhawks needed experience to help their new number one guy, Antti Raanta. On Saturday they got it by acquiring Jason LaBarbera from the Edmonton Oilers. The return? The much-traded future considerations.

Chicago Blackhawks forgive Justin Bieber for walking on team logo

Chicago - He has had more missteps than a novice rumba dancer of late, but Justin Bieber's latest, stepping on the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks' logo in their dressing room, has been forgiven. The team sent out an official 'it's okay' press release.

Blackhawks win Stanley Cup with late rally

Boston - Chicago used two late goals in the fourth period to rally for a 3-2 victory and captured the 2013 Stanley Cup. The Blackhawks scored two goals, just 17 seconds apart to steal the win from Boston.

Stanley Cup injury updates give little info on Bergeron, Toews

Injury updates on two key centers in the Stanley Cup final today understandably haven't given fans a lot of information to go on. For the Boston Bruins the focus is on Patrice Bergeron, for the Chicago Blackhawks it's captain Jonathan Toews.

Bruins-Hawks classic as Chicago wins OT thriller 6-5, ties series

The Chicago Blackhawks bent in game 4 of the Stanley Cup final in Boston against the Bruins Wednesday, but didn't break. The Hawks twice blew a 2 goal cushion but never gave up the lead and won in overtime, 6-5 on Brent Seabrook's point shot.

Blackhawks' Duncan Keith receives 1 game suspension

Los Angeles - Chicago Blackhawks' defenceman Duncan Keith has received a one-game suspension for high sticking. He slashed Los Angeles Kings' forward Jeff Carter during game 3 of the Western Conference finals.

Duncan Keith on game 3 high sticking: 'It was an accident'

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith claimed his high sticking incident during game 3 of the Western Conference finals was an accident.

NHL: Wild hand Blackhawks first loss

The San Jose Sharks are the only remaining undefeated team as the Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Minnesota Wild 3-2 in a shootout.

Op-Ed: NHL Playoffs Western Conference Preview

The Vancouver Canucks are once again at the top of the heap in the Western Conference. Do they have what it takes to get back to the finals, or will the riots start early?

Shanahan gives Duncan Keith brief holiday with 5 game suspension

NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan handed to Duncan Keith what amounts to a brief holiday for his attack on Daniel Sedin. The much awaited suspension number turns out to be five games and Keith will be back before the Stanley Cup playoffs begin.

Op-Ed: Shanahan, NHL, didn't 'get it' when they suspended Duncan Keith

Vancouver Canuck fans should take a moment to realize rulings in the NHL are like life - no fairness and no guarantee you end up a winner when it's over. That and the fact the NHL has failed, over time, to understand the severity of headshots.

Chicago sports in December

December is an exciting time for Chicago sports fans. With three of our teams in action and the anticipation of what our baseball teams will do the new year, December is fun for all of us.

NHL: Weber awarded $7.5 million, Nabokov ready for Islanders

Things are heating up in August as the NHL prepares for training camp in September. Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber had an arbitration hearing today, while the San Jose Sharks signed two defencemen who will bolster their blueline this season.

NHL: Chicago re-signs goaltender Corey Crawford

The Chicago Blackhawks made their first off-season move yesterday, resigning goaltender Corey Crawford to a three-year $8 million deal.

Op-Ed: Why the Vancouver Canucks will win the 2011 Stanley Cup

Vancouver - The NHL team that led the league in goals scored and fewest allowed goals will take home the Cup in 2011. Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo is playing with poise and the Sedin twins are shaping up to be a potent offensive force. Who can stop them?

NHL: Toews' three-point night leads Hawks past Wild

The Chicago Blackhawks continue to climb the tight Western Conference standings picking up a 4-2 victory tonight against the Minnesota Wild.

Harry Caray's offers $50,000 for Stanley Cup winning puck

Lombard - Harry Caray's, the famous Chicago restaurant, is offering $50,000 for a puck that shot off the stick of Patrick Kane, winning the game for the Blackhawk's in the 2010 final. Where is the puck? It hasn't been seen since it went in the Flyer's net.

NHL: Blackhawks sign Scott

The Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks started their offseason with a move to secure an enforcer for next season in John Scott.

Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup

The Chicago Blackhawks have beaten the Philadelphia Flyers to capture the Stanley Cup in a chaotic finish bringing the Cup to Chicago for the first time in 49 years.

Stanley Cup finals get under way tonight

Two of hockey's historical franchises will face off in game one of their Stanley Cup finals tonight in Chicago at the United Center.

Toronto Maple Leafs ponder signing Blackhawks goalie Huet

Reports are swirling of a trade that sends Cristobal Huet to the Toronto Maple Leafs. The speculation is that the Chicago Blackhawk's goalie will be dealt for Toronto defenseman Jeff Finger.

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