Ready to stay up late and watch some hockey? The Hawks are buck at the Honda Center to face the Ducks in game 2. Unlike game 1 on Sunday, tonight will be a traditional 9PM EST start.
Blackhawks unfazed by ever-changing start times in playoffs
After five 8:45 p.m. starts in the first two rounds, followed by nine days off, followed by a noon start, followed by a 6 p.m. start on Tuesday, there are only so many ways you can offer a shrug and a soundbite. "It is what it is, as they say. It’s the same thing for both teams at the end of the day. We’ll go out there and play. We want to win, so it doesn’t matter what time of day it is. We’ll go out there and do it." said Jonathan Toews
Game 2 Preview: Opportunity Knocks - Anaheim Calling
Two days after beating the Blackhawks in the closest 4-1 game ever played, the Ducks look to take a 2-0 series lead while their opponent looks to earn a split in Anaheim before returning home
Blackhawks vs. Ducks Game 2 preview: Kyle Cumiskey expected to replace David Rundblad - Second City Hockey
Chicago looks for a split in Anaheim.
In Barry Melrose is dumb related news:
Claude Giroux thinks the IIHF should adopt this policy.
NHL policy prohibits tweeting photos from locker rooms or I'd tweet one of the mob around Jonathan Toews that's five-deep— Helene Elliott (@helenenothelen) May 18, 2015
Ducks' defense finally getting respect as it builds balance and depth - LA Times
"If you know those guys are playing big minutes, 25, 26 minutes, you want to make it as difficult on them as you can," defenseman Cam Fowler said Monday after the Ducks practiced at Honda Center. "Especially physically, and that's kind of the brand of our team, getting in on those D."
Ducks' first line looks to be more productive in Game 2 - LA Times
Patrick Maroon has played long enough with first-line mates Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry to project what kind of performance is coming in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals Tuesday.