Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville may turn his line blender on high Wednesday against the Anaheim Ducks in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final.
Quenneville told reporters Tuesday, lineup changes could come, including combining Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews on the same line, removing defenseman Kimmo Timonen and possibly bringing rookie blue liner Trevor van Riemsdyk back into the lineup for the first time since he suffered a patella fracture Nov. 16.
Any way for the Hawks to force a Game 7.
Ten games down, six to go for the Hawks.
Here's the latest news:
**Hawks aim for another comeback, Ducks just want to close out (SCH)
**Key takeaways from Hawks-Ducks Game 5 (SCH)
**Quenneville to look at all lineup options for Game 6 (ESPN Chicago)
**Manners part of the game when it comes to faceoffs (Chicago Tribune)
**Bryan Bickell still looking for scoring touch (CSN Chicago)
**Hitchcock re-signs for one more year with Blues (St. Louis Game Time)
**All Blues assistant coaches to return (St. Louis Game Time)
**Russo: Thoughts on Devan Dubnyk, Mike Reilly and trades (Star-Tribune)
**Surveying Predators' free agent landscape (On The Forecheck)
**Preds, Anton Volchenkov have discussed new deal (On The Forecheck)
**Derick Brassard, Rangers fight off elimination, force Game 7 (Blueshirt Banter)
**Seattle arena investor Chris Hansen says no hockey-first offer has come forward (AP)
**Red Wings' GM plans to meet with Jeff Blashill this week (Detroit Free Press)
**'Five or six' teams call on Ottawa goaltenders (SportsNet)
**Oilers' Steve Pinizzotto signs in German League (Pro Hockey Talk)
**Maple Leafs skills development coach Darryl Belfry part of new philosophy (Pension Plan Puppets)
**Oshawa tops Kelowna, moves to Memorial Cup final (NHL)
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