Red Wings beat Blackhawks 2-0, take 3-1 series lead with 3rd straight victory

  • Article by: LARRY LAGE , Associated Press
  • Updated: May 24, 2013 - 7:36 AM
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firefly70May. 23, 1311:56 PM

"Chicago coach Joel Quenneville insisted Toews... is doing a lot of things well. 'We don't measure just his contribution offensively,' Quenneville said.":___ That actually made me laugh! Sounds VERY familiar! Are head coaches given a handbook of clich├ęs to spout to the reporters?

cavemaneasyMay. 24, 1312:42 AM

Captain Serious is having a very Captain Koivu-like playoffs for the Blackhawks. Toews' game 4 performance vs the Red Wings was very reminiscent of the game Koivu turned-in vs the Blackhawks in game 2 of that series!

dirtydogsMay. 24, 13 5:47 AM

All of the Wild apologists, in an attempt to make it appear the Wild were a good team, claimed the Blackhawks were just far too good of a team and that we got unlucky facing them in the first round. Now a reality check. The Wild are a very mediocre team and this will come into play again next year. The Hawks are good, but Detroit seems to be playing them MUCH MUCH better than the Wild did. Folks, the Wild have a long ways to go to be a cup contender. And since the clueless owner Leipold made no changes to the coach or GM, expect more mediocrity next year. But heh...we have Granlund!!!

imperial67May. 24, 13 6:30 AM

The Hawks are definitely being out-coached...imagine that?

spector075May. 24, 1311:02 AM

The Wings are taking a page from the Wild game 3...hit em!!

fatredneckMay. 24, 1311:29 AM

The more I see this, the more Yeo has to go...Look what a good coach can do for a team-- make adjustments on the fly and get the best out of his players or maybe the Wild excuse will be that Howard was "hot"...I remember telling a certain beat writer that Yeo made a rookie mistake in having the Wild go into a defensive shell when having the lead in game 3.....said beat writer asked me if I watched hockey....well the answer is yes...only I actually have my eyes open when watching...I haven't seen any of the teams (I've only been watching the western conf) go into a defensive shell when protecting a lead...I guess that's what makes them champions and what makes certain apologist beat writers and the Wild, not.

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