Chicago -- When you're playing on a line with Damien Brunner and Gustav Nyquist, you're not going to get a lot of attention. But that doesn't bother Joakim Andersson.
"They're more skilled than I am and maybe they're more pretty to watch," Andersson said, smiling after Saturday's morning skate.
Brunner had 12 goals and 14 assists in 44 games during the regular season and Nyquist had three goals and three assists in 22 games. Both had dramatic, game-winning overtime goals in the first round against the Anaheim Ducks.
"Andy's a guy that doesn't always get the recognition that he deserves," defenseman Niklas Kronwall said. "I think he's been the backbone of that line, really looking after those guys defensively. Really smart two-way player, works really hard out there and really reliable defensively. He's been a big pick-up for us, played great for us all season long and doesn't always get the credit that he deserves because he maybe doesn't score those highlight-reel goals like the...