www.suntimes.comEveryone knew it was coming. Fans, players, coaches, management — everybody saw the writing on the wall, the Sword of Damocles swaying precariously overhead, the 10-ton anvil about to drop in the middle of Blackhawks’ dressing room, scattering key players to the far ends of
www.suntimes.comBlackhawks coach Joel Quenneville loves to tinker with his lines. But on the high wire of the Stanley Cup Final, he’s working without a net. The often perfunctory Blackhawks practice provided a few surprises Tuesday. Quenneville split up Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, who were
www.suntimes.comThere are no previous meetings. No mutual opponents. No way to quantify how relatively easy or difficult their respective paths to the Stanley Cup Final were. But here’s what we do know about the Bruins — they’re big, they’re mean, and they’re really, really good.