Imagine if the Red Wings would have won the Stanley Cup and the paper read the Detroit Lions won the Stanley Cup. Heck, some Detroiters would be overjoyed just that the Lions won something in the post-season.
The stars and the scrubs alike took a spin with the Stanley Cup before it finally wound up in Joel Quenneville’s hands.
Showing off their grit and determination, the Chicago Blackhawks finally put away the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final. However, there was someone late to the party — the Stanley Cup itself.
Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop and his Chicago counterpart, Corey Crawford, both made atrocious mistakes less than a minute apart in Game 5 of this impossibly close Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night.
There are games when Corey Crawford tests the patience of the Chicago Blackhawks and just about everyone rooting for them.
The Stanley Cup Final is back in Chicago. And it brought along all sorts of questions.
When the Chicago Blackhawks were seven minutes away from losing the Stanley Cup Final opener, it wasn’t Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane or Duncan Keith who stepped up and perpetuated this team’s reputation for big-game grit.
While paying a steep price for help, Bowman bet on his team.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are hoping to rejoin hockey royalty after a decade-plus absence.
Someday the Anaheim Ducks and the Chicago Blackhawks will relish the stories they’ll be able to tell about playing in a postseason series as good as these Western Conference finals.