The Blackhawks’ recognition of their Western Conference Final victory was jovial but not overly celebratory.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — There’s a belief system that’s been instilled in the Blackhawks’ core for some time now.
It’s the stuff that dreams are made of, at least going into the game itself.
When you watch the Blackhawks in postseason you come to expect the move - the one that puts Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane on the top line together - at some point.
The NHL doesn't test for bionics, but if they did Duncan Keith may have a hard time passing.
At the ripe age of 31, Keith is showing no signs of slowing down.