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The Stanley Cup was resting in its carrying case, ready to be transported to TD Garden for its annual shining moment. Now it's on its way to Vancouver. The Boston Bruins emphatically made sure of that Monday at TD Garden. The Bruins rocked the Vancouver...
Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo was talking about his favorite former Blackhawks nemesis: “I don’t think they won the Stanley Cup because of Dustin Byfuglien.’’ Nope, just the Vancouver and San Jose series when he had eight goals...
I can’t believe it’s over. How could it be over? How could it be over like that? How could the Blackhawks not complete the miracle? They had gallantly fought back from a seemingly impossible three-games-to-none deficit. They had to win Game...
The San Jose Sharks have a third period problem, and it cost them Game 1 against the Vancouver Canucks. They've given up 15 final frame goals, most in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, while scoring 11. If coffee is for closers, they've gone thirsty in 2011....
A lot was made of the Vancouver Canucks losing two defensemen to injury during Game 3, and how Keith Ballard and Christopher Tanev would have to fill the voids left by the absences of Christian Ehrhoff and Aaron Rome. But most of the extra minutes and...
SportsTalkHo, ho, ho. It’s Christmas Eve in April for hockey fans. NHL playoff hockey will begin Wednesday and players will be more revved up than Tiger Woods at a Miss USA contest. No other sport has such an exciting first......
Tribune reporterVANCOUVER, British Columbia -- It was a long work day in every possible sense. The Chicago Blackhawks' frontline players spent a lot of time on the ice in a Game 1, and they spent a lot of that time getting bumped and bruised by a decidedly physical...
Tribune reporterAsk Ryan Kesler how the chance-to-vanquish-the-Chicago-Blackhawks element combines with the Vancouver Canucks' one-game-at-a-time intonation, and the answer is as dispassionate as the approach. "One game at a time," Kesler said after a 3-2 Game 3...
Tribune reporterVANCOUVER, British Columbia -- How, Ryan Kesler was asked Thursday morning, do the Vancouver Canucks even out the power-play disparity that stunted their success in the previous two games in Chicago? "Uhh…good question," the Canucks center said...
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