May 28, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks center Michal Handzus (26) is congratulated by his teammates after scoring the game-winning goal against the Los Angeles Kings during the second overtime in game five of the Western Conference Final of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at United Center. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

Blackhawks Dump & Chase- All It Takes Is One On The Road


Good morning Blackhawks fans! All it takes is one win in LA to tie this thing up and force a Game #7! Here are some Friday morning links to start your day.

Patrick Kane‘s Line Come Alive (Bleacher Report)

Don’t Bury Me Because I’m Not Dead (Hockee Night)

Kris Versteeg odd man out (CSN)

Brandon Saad shows off all his tricks (Madhouse Enforcer)

Bob Cole Post-Game (Second City)

Blackhawks desperate and determined (Tribune)

Top Ten Dallas stars play (Defending Big D)

Can the postman deliver (Arctic Ice)

Ducks ranked 13th best franchise (Pucks of a Feather)

An Unusual Canadian Game #7 Arrangement (Puck Daddy)

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  • Lloyd A Brodnax

    I so appreciate the daily Dump & Chase. Thx Keith… Now on2 Game #6. If our Hawks can bring that shire desire, grit, resolve, and momentum from game #5 win coupled with shoring up a few deficient areas, namely the crease and Crawford being as sharp as a Samurai Sword, then I’m of the mindset that they can win this game #6. Albeit, the Kings won’t make it easy, nor should they as they, too, have championship pedigree. Hopefully, our Hawks come out flying just like game 5 cause I expect the Kings too, so that can will moot any advantage the Kings may have thought they would have! Go Hawks Go! 2heck with weathering their expected fast push, go at them–just wanted to reiterate that point again!