Blackhawks Sharp scores on Canucks Schneider in Chicago
Chicago Blackhawks left wing Patrick Sharp (L) scores on Vancouver Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider during the third period of game 4 of the NHL Western Conference Quarterfinals at the United Center on April 19, 2011 in Chicago. The Blackhawks won 7-2. UPI/Brian Kersey
Daniel Paille scored 13:48 into overtime Saturday, enabling Boston to even the Stanley Cup Finals at one win apiece with a 2-1 decision over Chicago.
Corey Crawford turned aside 29-of-31 shots Sunday and Chicago rolled over Los Angeles 4-2 for a 2-0 Western Conference finals series lead.
Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa each notched a second-period goal Saturday and Chicago edged Los Angeles 2-1 in the opener of the Western Conference finals.
Brent Seabrook lifted a shot over Jimmy Howard 3:35 into overtime Wednesday, putting Chicago into the Western Conference finals with a 2-1 win over Detroit.
Johnny Oduya put Chicago in front 8:02 into the third period Wednesday and the Blackhawks downed Detroit 4-1 to open their conference semifinal series.
The Chicago Blackhawks killed six Minnesota power plays and got two goals from Patrick Sharp to top the Wild 3-0 in the Western Conference quarterfinals.
Michael Frolik gave Chicago an early lead Friday and Patrick Sharp broke things open in the third period to bring the Blackhawks a 5-2 triumph over Minnesota.
Corey Crawford came on in relief to stop all 14 shots he faced Wednesday and the Chicago Blackhawks beat Edmonton 4-1 to clinch the Presidents' Trophy.
Chicago extended its historic start to the season Friday with an overtime goal from Brent Seabrook that gave the Blackhawks a 4-3 win over Columbus.
Chicago's Marian Hossa's overtime goal Monday kept the Blackhawks' record-breaking run alive with a 3-2 win over Edmonton.