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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Corey Crawford
Corey Crawford was there every time. Slap shots, wristers, backhands and tips, he stopped each one of them.
Vladimir Tarasenko and St. Louis were in trouble Saturday before a vicious hit by Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook provided an opening for the Blues.
In the first period, Ryan Miller looked like the goalie who limped home 0-5. For the final 80 minutes, 26 seconds, the St. Louis Blues saw the cool, confident backstop they acquired to make the deep playoff run they've long sought.
The Chicago Blackhawks are taking a more direct approach to generating offense without injured star forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane.
Jonathan Toews was out. Same for Patrick Kane. Then the Chicago Blackhawks blew a lead in the final two minutes.
The Chicago Blackhawks are trying get into a groove so they can head into the playoffs firing on all cylinders.
Even without Patrick Kane - and despite a run of sloppy plays and penalties - the Chicago Blackhawks found a way to buckle down and beat the Carolina Hurricanes.
Roman Josi and Nashville's dangerous defensemen did it all against the Chicago Blackhawks.
Andrew Shaw stopped a long scoring drought. Jonathan Toews had another big game. The Chicago Blackhawks had 13 players with at least one point.
Colorado is in the mix for one of the top playoff seeds in the Western Conference, and first-year coach Patrick Roy thinks the Avalanche are one of the NHL's biggest surprises.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says two returning starters in defensive end Corey Crawford and offensive lineman David Beasley are among four players who'll miss the Tigers' opening game with Georgia for violating team rules.
The Chicago Blackhawks head into the NHL's Olympic break in prime position to defend their Stanley Cup title.
Chicago and Anaheim had the NHL's two best records and a combined 15 Olympians on the ice at Honda Center.
After struggling to score any goals for four games, the San Jose Sharks had plenty of moves left for a shootout.
Once the Chicago Blackhawks got rolling, there was little the Vancouver Canucks could do to stop them.
"I'm just going shot by shot," Crawford said. "It's all I could do the whole game was worry about the next one and focus on the next shot and stop that. I don't want anything else going through my mind through that hockey game."
Addressing the tying goal, Crawford said: "It's frustrating, but whatever. I'm not going to cry about it. We've just got to work harder."