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Tribune staff reporterFormer Blackhawks coach Brian Sutter had a theory for why they would play some of their best games of the season against the Detroit Red Wings: fear of being embarrassed. That's a feeling with which the Hawks are all too familiar after a pair of dismal...
Tribune staff reporterThere have been glimpses this season of what the Blackhawks can be and what they aspire to be. But those have been few and fleeting. Thursday was another example, another tease to get the hopes up. But Detroit, making a mockery of the NHL through its...
Tribune staff reporterIt would be easy to look at Wednesday night's final score and come to the conclusion that not much has changed for the Blackhawks since they were last seen in April 2004. But coach Trent Yawney isn't going to draw too many conclusions after a season-...
Tribune staff reporterYou think Joe Thornton leads the NHL in assists because of karma? On Saturday in Minnesota, the cargo barge of an MVP candidate for San Jose set a career high for points. Hours earlier, the man who dealt the former No. 1 pick out of Boston earlier this...
Tribune staff reporterAs far as opponents go, the Nashville Predators couldn't have asked for a better matchup to secure a playoff berth than the Blackhawks. The Hawks have been as competitive in Nashville recently as your standard homecoming opponent for a major college...
The Associated PressDan Hinote and Rob Blake scored in the final 58 seconds and the Avalanche beat the Blackhawks 4-3 Monday night. Blake scored two goals and became the 17th NHL defensemen to score 200. Patrick Sharp, Rene Bourque and Curtis Brown scored for the Hawks....
Tribune staff reporterPavel Vorobiev isn't going to threaten Sidney Crosby or Alexander Ovechkin for rookie of the year honors. With nine goals and 20 points, Vorobiev was on pace for 24 goals and 55 points this season—not bad for the offensively challenged Blackhawks. But...
Tribune staff reporterPatrick Sharp couldn't have asked for a better situation. The former Flyer found himself alone in the slot Wednesday night with the game on his stick and a chance to show his former team what it was missing. But instead the puck wouldn't cooperate and...
Want a vinyl 45 rpm single to go with that pulled pork sandwich? How about a dram of Cheerwine while you're weighing a 180-gram investment opportunity? Territory Barbecue & Records, scheduled to open May 15, plans to offer Southern-style barbecue next...
Times Staff WriterThe press kit for the film "Guess Who" is a faux leather-bound family photo album featuring a shot of stars Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac uneasily seated at opposite ends of a yellow couch. When you open the kit, Mac slides menacingly to his left until...
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Los Angeles TimesNEW YORK - America marked the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks yesterday with a poignant ceremony at Ground Zero, where 200 children who lost parents and other relatives read the names of all 2,792 people who died there. Heart-breaking messages...
Tags: Children, Osama bin Laden, Death, Arts, Los Angeles Times
SOUTHERN SECTION PLAYOFFS Friday, May 28 Quarterfinals DIVISION I Arlington 2, Bishop Amat 1 Lucas Duda had a two-out double in the top of the fifth inning and Steve Goins followed with a single that drove home Duda and broke a 1-1 tie for Arlington...
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