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Blackhawks 1 win from Stanley Cup

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CHICAGO (AP) -Coach Joel Quenneville's adjustments and line shuffling have helped the Chicago Blackhawks' high-energy offense find another gear and move closer to the team's first championship in 49 years.

Now with a day off to rest after a 7-4 win put his team up 3-2 in the Stanley Cup finals, Quenneville is expecting Chicago to come out Wednesday in Philadelphia with the same aggressive approach.

He called Game 6 the biggest game ever for him and most of his players and said the Blackhawks would have to channel their emotions and withstand what will certainly be a hard charge early from the Flyers.

Chicago is 7-3 on the road in these playoffs - having won clinching games away from home in the first two rounds against Nashville and Vancouver - but lost its first two tries in Philly.

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