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Topic - Chicago Blackhawks
Vladimir Tarasenko and St. Louis were in trouble Saturday before a vicious hit by Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook provided an opening for the Blues.
A mood of euphoric exhaustion carried over to the next day after the St. Louis Blues won the longest game in franchise history and got the upper hand against the defending Stanley Cup champions.
For just the second time in NHL history, two teams with at least 107 points will meet in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Just as last spring, the St. Louis Blues have the higher seed but the unenviable task of facing the defending Stanley Cup champion in the first round of the playoffs.
The Chicago Blackhawks certainly draw plenty of their own fans with them when playing in Nashville.
Jay Beagle recorded the first two-goal game of his NHL career and Jaroslav Halak answered his critics with a 28-save shutout.
Jonathan Toews was out. Same for Patrick Kane. Then the Chicago Blackhawks blew a lead in the final two minutes.
The reeling Chicago Blackhawks took another hard hit. The Pittsburgh Penguins appear to be coming together at just the right time.
The Boston Bruins weren't content with a one-goal lead, not against the team that erased that same deficit to win the Stanley Cup in their building.
The Chicago Blackhawks are trying get into a groove so they can head into the playoffs firing on all cylinders.
Flyers coach Craig Berube was already getting ready for a shootout.
Marian Hossa skated as if he had been recharged during a five-game vacation - not sidelined for five games with an upper-body injury.
Roman Josi and Nashville's dangerous defensemen did it all against the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Colorado Avalanche downplayed their dominance over the defending Stanley Cup champions this season.
First, Patrick Kane gave his family and friends something to cheer about by scoring a highlight-reel goal in a rare trip home to Buffalo on Sunday night.