Jonas Hiller


The Chicago Blackhawks had shots. They had plenty of shots. From start to finish, tallying all of those shots was not a problem.


ANAHEIM, Calif. – At the start of this season, the penalty kill was the bane of the Chicago Blackhawks’ existence. It was porous, it was unreliable, it was so unlike 2012-13.


The Ducks' previous trip to the United Center resulted in their fifth straight win over the Blackhawks, prompting the visiting locker room to feel they "kinda know how to play" against the defendi


Marian Hossa was flashing that mobility, the strength and the hands that, when he’s healthy and at his best, are such staples to his game. Not feeling those 35 years at all, right?


The Anaheim Ducks have given the Chicago Blackhawks a headache for the better part of two seasons.