The Blackhawks rallied back from a 3-1 series deficit in the Western Conference Final to tie the series at three with two consecutive wins, and pushed the Los Angeles Kings to the brink in Game 7.
The Blackhawks aren’t used to this role in the handshake line, being the team that wishes the other well while it finishes up earlier than expected.
The four-letter line struck again early in Game 7, as Patrick Kane found Andrew Shaw with a ridiculous pass for a goal to get the scoring started for the Blackhawks.
1. Motion on the back end. The Chicago Blackhawks defensemen have been a big part of the offense the last couple of games.
There was no over-celebrating in the visitor’s locker room late Friday night.