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Topic - Ben Smith
The Chicago Blackhawks are taking a more direct approach to generating offense without injured star forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane.
Ben Smith had the closest look and he likened it to mayhem.
The Chicago Blackhawks needed all their offensive weapons against the Bruins' smothering defense and goalie Tuukka Rask. Instead, they lost one of their best before the game.
Picture this: Newt Gingrich discussing national health care, arguing for wealth redistribution and an individual insurance mandate, all while sitting next to Hillary Clinton, the whole discussion caught on videotape. A sneaky, fact-fudging attack ad, unleashed by a rival presidential contender or enemy super PAC? Not exactly.
Detroit Red Wings rookie defenseman Brendan Smith has been suspended for the first five regular-season games for an illegal hit to the head of Chicago forward Ben Smith.
"That's what they've done all playoffs. They've scored a lot of goals," Chicago forward Ben Smith said. "They're playing great hockey right now. There's a reason why they've won the cup. They compete every night and find a way to get the job done."
"It's hard to hit a guy wide and have him go down and beat a couple guys because they're so defensive and they play so well positionally," said center Ben Smith.