FOR MAY 18, 2015
The Western Conference finals are set, with the Blackhawks facing the Ducks for the first time in the postseason. Both teams feature prolific playoff scorers—Anaheim's Corey Perry (15 points) and Chicago's Patrick Kane (13), who are first and second in the NHL in that category. Get an in-depth preview of the series from Allan Muir, including position-by-position breakdowns, and complete coverage of all other playoff matchups. And check out Off the Draw each morning for the latest news and analysis from around the league, at SI.com/nhl
From the SI Vault May 15, 1995
With two three-point thunderbolts, the Pacers' Reggie Miller shocked the Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals
By Gerry Callahan
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