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Blackhawks' depth helps them win even when Toews and Kane are scoreless

Blackhawks' depth helps them win even when Toews and Kane are scoreless

That the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final without getting points from center Jonathan Toews or right wing Patrick Kane is a testament to the West champions' depth. Late goals by Teuvo Teravainen and Antoine Vermette triggered the rally that allowed the Blackhawks to win their first game this spring in which Toews and Kane were blanked. "It's been that way all playoffs, to be honest with you. It seems like every game, someone new steps up, someone else is tearing it," Kane said Friday. "I think we all kind of want to play as hard as we can and take advantage when the opportunity is yours, but that's why...

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