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Chicago Blackhawks

Islanders Put the Panic Button Away

by Matt Moro

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It says something about the way the New York Islanders started the 2014-2015 season that a loss on Saturday night would have led to the team’s first four-game losing streak of the season. After giving up 17 goals in three straight loses and three goal leads in two of those three games, Saturday night’s showdown with the Blackhawks, winners of eight straight, could have been another step towards an early season collapse that Islander fans are used to seeing. Instead, it was another example of this team’s newfound resiliency.

Five on Three: March 21st- Familiar Faces

by Anthony Pucik

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Anthony Pucik, Kristian O' Hara and Matt Moro discuess the injury to Blackhawks' winger Patrick Kane, how it will impact Chicago and what it means for them come playoff time. They also debate who the best team is in the top-heavy Western Conference. 

They also discuss the return of Zach Parise to New Jersey as a member of the Wild and Matt Moulson to Long Island, also as a member of the Wild. They examine the reactions from the home-town crowds and who regrets the decision of letting their respective player go more. 

Five on Three: February 28th- Trade Rumors

by Anthony Pucik

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Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Marelle Cerven review the Olypmic tournament, Canada's gold medal and Latvia's surprising play. Also, Dan Girardi's contract extension and all the rumors surronding the three local teams before the trade dealine, as well as a look at the final Stadium Series game between the Penguins and Blackhawks. 

Stanley Cup Breakdown with NBC Sports Network's Russ Thaler

by Bobby Gubin

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After only 12 goals, in the prior 3 games, Game 4’s 11-goal overtime thriller may have launched this Stanley Cup Finals into history. In what NBC Sports Network’s Ross Thaler called an “unpredictable” series on Saturday, he chimed in on One on One, to talk the rejuvenation of the ‘Hawks offense, a potential bounce back of Tuukka Rask, and much more.

Jesse Spector Talks Stanley Cup Final

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

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Jesse Spector (@JesseSpector), hockey writer for Sporting News, stopped by One on One today to discuss Saturday night’s Game 2 matchup between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks. The conversation ranged from discussing Game 1, analyzing both teams’ strengths, and determining who might come away with victory in tonight’s game and in the series.