The Chicago Blackhawks have won two Stanley Cup over the past four seasons, and now they're just seven wins away from winning a third.
It’s an advantage every team plays to get. For the Chicago Blackhawks, a series of events — i.e., teams above them losing — has given them the home-ice edge for the second consecutive series.
Coach Joel Quenneville was demonstrative in his angry reaction as the United Center crowd booed lustily. What the Chicago Blackhawks thought was a goal was not after all.
Duncan Keith made up for Jonathan Toews' disallowed goal by scoring one of his own in the second period during Game 1.