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Wednesday's Game 4 between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins was one of the most exciting, high-scoring hockey affairs you'll ever see.
The Blackhawks came out on top in overtime, 6-5, but none of the 10 different players who scored in the game made my list of three stars. That being said, this isn't exactly your typical three stars list. (Here's Game 1 , Game 2 and Game 3 in case you forgot.)
So who did make the cut? See for yourself:
FIRST STAR: Offense! Finally!
Great googly moogly! After three games that delivered a total of 12 goals, the Bruins and Blackhawks combined for 11 goals in Wednesday night's 6-5 Chicago win. A different player scored each of the Blackhawks' six goals, and four different players scored for the Bruins, with Patrice Bergeron the only skater to put more than one puck in the net in the game.
The goaltenders, who were previously impenetrable in this series, were finally human on Wednesday, with Boston's Tuukka Rask s...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Chicago Blackhawks finally got off the team’s Stanley Cup final power play snide midway through the 3rd period of Game 4 as Patrick Sharp delivered a goal with the man advantage. But Sharp’s exuberance after scoring the goal prompted a bit of on-ice comedy, as his celebratory fist pump caused him to take a [...]The post Blackhawks winger Patrick Sharp scores power play goal...
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook let a blast go from the point to beat Tuukka Rask for the crucial game-winning goal in Game 4. Jonathan Toews did a fantastic job screening Rask and he never saw the shot. The Blackhawks were in a must-win scenario and the series is now tied 2-2 heading to Game 5 in Chicago.
Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa is set to return for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals.
Chicago coach Joel Quenneville says Hossa was expected to play Wednesday night against the Boston Bruins after missing Game 3 on Monday night with an upper body injury. Hossa was a late scratch from the lineup for that game. The Bruins won 2-0 and took a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.
Boston completely dominated every phase of Game 3. Don’t be fooled by the 2-0 result, the game was never that close. The 2011 Stanley Cup champions have the Chicago Blackhawks on their heels going into a crucial Game 4. To make matters worse, the Western Conference champs may be without one of their superstar forwards, again. Marian Hossa was a late scratch from Chicago’s lineup...
Jeff Gross/Getty Images BOSTON-- According to a report from the Associated Press, Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa will return for tonight’s Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals (link). Per Chicago head coach Joel Quenneville, Hossa was expected to play on Wednesday night after missing Monday’s Game 3 tilt with an upper body injury, but did not do so. Chicago could...
Putting Brad Marchand and Andrew Shaw on the ice at the same time creates a powder keg of agitation — one that finally blew up in the closing seconds of Game 3 on Monday. As Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara and Blackhawks winger Bryan Bickell dropped the gloves in front of the Boston net, Marchand and Shaw did the same. The fights did not exactly follow “hockey code,” as a particularly...
In a pivotal Game 4, Chicago came out and played their best game of the series, winning a run-and-gun Game 4, 6-5 in overtime. After the Blackhawks blew multiple two-goal leads Brent Seabrook got the game-winning goal to tie the series and give home ice advantage back to the Blackhawks.
Bryan Bickell, Patrick Kane, and Michal Rozsival had multiple point games for the winners while...
This is just flat out embarrassing. If you’re going to do a piece on the captain of one of the most popular teams in the NHL and you’re going to criticize his play, you should get his name right. This not only speaks to how brutally the New York Daily News is, but to how unpopular the NHL has gotten with their repeated lockouts.
[New York Daily News]
Brent Seabrook's goal 9:51 into overtime lifted the Chicago Blackhawks to a wild 6-5 victory over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night and tied the Stanley Cup finals through four games.
Seabrook fired a 45-foot shot past Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask to end Game 4 and send the series back to Chicago tied 2-2.
Seabrook also scored the overtime goal in Game 7 of the Western Conference...
Marian Hossa will "likely" play in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final,
Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville told reporters at TD
Garden on Tuesday.
Well, our old friend overtime was back in Boston Wednesday night -- with the Blackhawks outlasting the Bruins 6-5 (OT) in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.With the win, Chicago tied the series at 2-2. It was the third game of the series that went to overtime.However, with a pivotal game 5 in the Windy City Saturday night, this game was vastly different than the previous three games...
The Blackhawks' Stanley Cup-clinching win was watched by almost two-thirds more viewers than last year's Game 6.
Chicago's 3-2 victory Monday night over the Bruins had 8.16 million viewers on NBC, up from 4.93 million for the Los Angeles Kings' clincher over the New Jersey Devils last year.
It was down slightly from the 8.28 million for Game 6 between the Blackhawks...
By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz)
With a 2-1 series lead, the Boston Bruins are looking to put the Chicago Blackhawks in a strangle-hold tonight before they return to Chicago for Game Five.
The Bruins took Game Three 2-0, and the Blackhawks began to show frustration at the end of the game. Bryan Bickell got into it with Zdeno Chara, and Andrew Shaw dropped the gloves with...
Here's the video of the dust-up from the first period. Things getting nasty between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shawn appears to have taken a bit of a dive, or not. Shaw has been in his office all series long, trying to get in the Bruins kitchen. Bruins Rat, Brad Marchand has been performing his magic as well.