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Patrick Kane's Lawyer Is Arguing With People On Facebook

Patrick Kane’s attorney Paul Cambria felt compelled today to reply to a Facebook post about the news that an off-duty Buffalo cop served as Patrick Kane’s driver the night he allegedly raped a woman at his home. The thread’s on the private Facebook page of Buffalo-based blogger Alan Bedenko; a reader forwarded us… » 8/17/15 12:55pm 8/17/15 12:55pm

Report: Off-Duty Cop Chauffeured Patrick Kane On Night Of Alleged Rape

According to a report from The Buffalo News, Thomas English—a police lieutenant with the city of Buffalo—drove Patrick Kane, his alleged rape victim, and two other people from SkyBar in downtown Buffalo out to Kane’s home in Hamburg early on August 2, the night of the alleged rape. The News also reports that English… » 8/16/15 2:35pm 8/16/15 2:35pm

Kimmo Timonen Goes Out With His First Stanley Cup

Kimmo Timonen was along for the ride. The 40-year-old didn’t receive a lot of ice time due to the Blackhawks’ overwhelming reliance on four defensemen, though it’s not like Timonen was doing anything productive in his scant minutes. But it’s fun to finish on top, and as Chicago closed out Game 6 for its third Stanley… » 6/16/15 1:31pm 6/16/15 1:31pm

The Blackhawks' Run Is More Impressive Than A Dynasty

The surest sign there are no true dynasties in the NHL’s salary-cap era is that the second a contender for the title emerges, it has to be broken up. The Chicago Blackhawks’ third championship in six seasons is an unbelievable accomplishment, not just for the seven players who have been here for all three Cups, but… » 6/16/15 9:39am 6/16/15 9:39am

Andrei Vasilevskiy Is Not Quite Good Enough As Blackhawks Even Series

In Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Lightning goalie Ben Bishop went in and out of the game in the third period, possibly because he had the runs. In Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Bishop was obviously hobbled yet still good enough to stone the Blackhawks. Finally, in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Bishop’s… » 6/11/15 1:24am 6/11/15 1:24am

A 20-Year-Old Saved The Blackhawks And Fears The Media

Game 1 was two minutes from feeling very different. For a span of nearly 50 minutes, it appeared that Alex Killorn’s absurd deflection (I don’t want to call it “fluky,” because it wasn’t accidental, but Killorn couldn’t do that again if he tried) would stand up and give the Lightning a series lead. The Blackhawks were… » 6/04/15 10:00am 6/04/15 10:00am