BOSTON – And, we’re back in Beantown, back where the Chicago Blackhawks hoisted another Stanley Cup after one of the most insane finishes in postseason history.
BOSTON -- The last time Andrew Shaw was in TD Garden’s visiting locker room, he was guzzling champagne and sporting a gash on his face that would be severely swollen by the next morning.
Yes, folks, it’s that time of year. No, it’s not the time when spring should finally be springing — it’s Chicago, so that won’t happen until June, right?
Teuvo Teravainen will make his debut and Corey Crawford will start when the Chicago Blackhawks host the Dallas Stars tonight at the United Center.
Their best scoring chances came early, surges from the Chicago Blackhawks’ top players that kept Nashville goaltender Pekka Rinne busy.