7 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Henrik Zetterberg had a good laugh when it was suggested the Red Wings try a pea under Johan Franzen's mattress Friday night.
11 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
It is never good, in the sports world, to be worried about your "own end," not in horse racing, not in sumo wrestling and certainly not in hockey.
15 hrs ago | MLive.com
Marcus Kruger and the Chicago Blackhawks have become the hammer to the Detroit Red Wings' nail, says Chicago Tribune columnist Dan McNeil.
They played their best defense of the postseason and gave the Red Wings very few good opportunities, and while the offense is still far from dominating, 3 goals in the last 12 minutes gave the Hawks a 4-1 victory over Detroit in Game 1 on Wednesday night at the UC.
Try as they might the Detroit Red Wings could not slow down the President's Trophy winning Chicago Blackhawks.
But the final 40 minutes of Chicago's 4-1 victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals, the Blackhawks seemed to have all the energy and speed while leaving the Red Wings looking very pedestrian.
The Detroit Red Wings lost to the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 in Game 1 on Wednesday.
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The well-rested Chicago Blackhawks will get back to work on Wednesday, as they host the rival Detroit Red Wings in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals at United Center .
Yes, the Blackhawks have more depth. They are rested and look like they are about to kiss destiny smack on the lips.
Congress was not told tea party groups were being inappropriately targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, even after acting agency Chief Steven Miller had been briefed on the matter.
Wings prepared for grind vs. 'Hawks: The Detroit Red Wings look forward to playing the Chicago Blackhawks again -- this time in the second round of the playoffs.
Being awake until 2 am followed by coming into work the next morning is always difficult, but when the reason that you're so tired is because you stayed up to watch your hockey team win a Game 7 and move on in the playoffs, then it's totally worth it.
SAN JOSE – Now the Sharks will test their mettle against the defending Stanley Cup champions.
Matt Charboneau, Ted Kulfan, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski of The Detroit News offer their predictions for the Red Wings-Blackhawks series in the Western Conference playoffs: Matt Charboneau: The Blackhawks were the best team in the regular season and that hardly changed in a first-round victory over the Minnesota Wild.