Found June 16, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
from Chris Stevenson of the Toronto Sun, Now, they face the task of having to go to Boston and beat the Bruins in Game 3 to avoid falling behind in the Stanley Cup final after dropping a 2-1 overtime decision to them at the United Center on Saturday night, tying the series 1-1. “All three of those games have been on the road. We feel like we have a team that can battle on the road and play well. We’ve done it for a couple of years,” said Chicago forward Patrick Sharp, who scored the lone Hawks goal. “We know the challenge going into Boston is going to be tough, knowing how well they play in their building. We can’t look at what’s happened in Game 3 up to this point. We know what’s on the line. We have to find a way to play our best game.” Chicago captain Jonathan Toews had a similar approach. “It doesn’t matter what game we’re in and what the score is in the series, we try to play like it’s Game 7, no matter what,” he said. read on

Lineup changes necessary for the Chicago Blackhawks

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Hossa scratched for Game 3

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Game Three

Chicago's offence seems to have dried up.  They haven't scored a goal since the first period of game two.  This was the highest scoring team in the West Conference this season.  It appears that their best scorers are hurt or injured.  Marian Hossa missed game three as a late scratch.  Neither Jonathan Toews nor Patrick Kane have looked like the stars they usually look...

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Stanley Cup Final: Tuukka Rask, Bruins Blank Blackhawks

The box score will credit Tuukka Rask with a shutout of the Blackhawks in Game Three of the Stanley Cup Final, but the dominance by Boston was complete. Chicago was supposed to have only one lineup change for Game Three; … Continue reading →The post Stanley Cup Final: Tuukka Rask, Bruins Blank Blackhawks appeared first on Committed Indians.

The John Report: WWE Payback 2013 Review

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