Things looked bleak for the Coyotes for a few minutes Saturday, after conceding a game-tying goal to Chicago's Brent Seabrook with under 15 seconds left. But things came together in overtime: a goal by Martin Hanzal - his first in 24 games - in overtime gave Phoenix the 1-0 advantage as they seek their first-ever victory in a playoff series. The Blackhawks didn't finish the opportunity to steal a win, but Chicago will have an opportunity to get even with a victory Saturday night.
After more than 110 minutes of hockey, the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Boston Bruins on triple overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals last night. It was the fifth-longest game in Cup Finals history. The goal came when Michal R... Read Post
For the second straight game, the Chicago Blackhawks tied their first-round playoff game against the Phoenix Coyotes in the closing seconds. And unlike game one, Chicago took advantage of the opportunity and evened the series with a... Read Post