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Topic - Joel Quenneville
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.
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.
Jonathan Toews was out. Same for Patrick Kane. Then the Chicago Blackhawks blew a lead in the final two minutes.
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will miss the rest of the regular season with an upper-body injury.
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.
Corey Crawford stopped 23 shots for his second shutout this season, backstopping the Blackhawks to a physical 4-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night that gave Chicago coach Joel Quenneville his 700th NHL win.
Blackhawks star Patrick Kane is expected to miss about three weeks with a lower-body injury sustained during a 4-0 win over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night.
Forward Marian Hossa is expected to return to the Chicago Blackhawks' lineup when they host the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night.
Marian Hossa skated as if he had been recharged during a five-game vacation - not sidelined for five games with an upper-body injury.
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.
When the puck drops at the Sochi Games, friends will become foes.
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.
Stan Bowman wanted to keep Joel Quenneville in Chicago, and the coach had no desire to leave.
"They were both really good in a lot of ways," Quenneville said. "Kaner had the puck a lot, made a lot of nice plays. Taser played his normal game, he's so reliable and effective in all areas and we use him in all situations."
"I didn't mind the way we played," Quenneville said. "We had the lead, we were close to getting it finished. Certainly, you'll take your lumps."