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The Minnesota Wild have turned their home ice into a deafening, discouraging place for opponents to play in the playoffs.
Matching the Chicago Blackhawks is a tough task, and the Minnesota Wild weren't going to catch up without more presence and production from their top forwards.
The Minnesota Wild came back to the comfort of home, already trailing Chicago by two games in the Western Conference semifinals.
Brandon Saad scored his first two goals of the postseason, and Chicago earned its sixth consecutive win despite stretches of lackluster play in the second and third periods. Corey Crawford made 18 saves in another solid performance.
Bryan Bickell had an open look on a break in the third period, and shot the puck off the crossbar. He then tried the other side of the ice, and that worked out quite well for him and the Chicago Blackhawks.
Right about the time the Chicago Blackhawks got into trouble Friday night, it was showtime for Patrick Kane.
A Chicago Blackhawks playoff series win over the Minnesota Wild will put them closer to a second straight Stanley Cup, and the city's mayor in possession of a 25-pound salted nut roll.
Patrick Sharp thought the Chicago Blackhawks were going to play the Colorado Avalanche. Then he thought they were going to play the Minnesota Wild. Then he thought they were going to play the Avs again, and on and on it went.
The St. Louis Blues won a franchise record 52 games this season and general manager Doug Armstrong can't help but sum it up as a disappointment.