Brent Seabrook D CHI 4 Months

Brent Seabrook is looking to do more after being on the ice for both of the Kings' power-play goals in Game 4.

"I've got to be better," Seabrook said. "It doesn't just start with the penalty kill. It's in every facet of the game. I think we've all got to be out there doing things that are going to make us win a game. I think some things happened last game that are uncharacteristic [of us], but I'd say you've got to give L.A. credit. They're forcing us into different situations, but we've got to be better and we will be better." Los Angeles has a 3-1 series lead going into Game 5 on Wednesday. Seabrook has no points and a minus-one rating in the Western Conference Final.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 4 Months

Brent Seabrook skated on Chicago's top power-play unit during Sunday's practice.

He joined Duncan Keith on the point and Patrick Sharp was moved to the second unit with Nick Leddy. "I liked today's practice," coach Joel Quenneville said. "The power play, the way we're moving it around, it had a good buzz out there, a little pace to it. We're coming off a tough night. Let's get excited about being out there and turning it around [Monday]." Seabrook hasn't scored a goal since Game 2 of the opening round against St. Louis and he has one assist in his last five outings. Still, he has recorded 11 points in 12 games this postseason.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 4 Months

Brent Seabrook earned an assist on Patrick Kane's overtime winner in Game 6.

He leads all NHL blueliners in assists, with nine, entering Wednesday night's action. Seabrook (11) is one point behind Montreal's P.K. Subban (12) for first among defensemen in playoff scoring.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

Brent Seabrook had two assists on Friday.

Seabrook had four assists in three games in the first round as he was suspended for three games for his hit on the Blues' David Backes. He now has six helpers in the playoffs and has been a nice selection in playoff pools thus far.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

Brent Seabrook contributed two assists in his return to the lineup on Sunday afternoon.

He finished the contest with four shots and a plus-3 rating. Seabrook registered six points in three games versus St. Louis in the opening round. He has suspended for three matches after an illegal hit to Blues center David Backes in Game 2.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

The Chicago Blackhawks will welcome back Brent Seabrook for Game 6 on Sunday afternoon.

He has finished serving his three-game suspension for an interference and charging infraction on St. Louis center David Backes. Seabrook had two goals and two assists in two appearances during the series prior to his ban. Don't forget to get him back in your lineup.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

The NHL decided to suspend Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook three games for his charging hit on St. Louis Blues forward David Backes from Game 2.

With Chicago down 2-0 in the series, Seabrook may not appear in another Blackhawks game this season if things go poorly for them. Seabrook has been fantastic lately, with four points in two games and also a great regular season (seven goals, 41 points, +23, 171 hits and 142 blocked shots).

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

Brent Seabrook will have a phone hearing with the NHL for his hit on David Backes in the third period of Game 2 of the first-round series.

No time has been set for the hearing just yet. The Blackhawks defenseman nailed Backes, who did not have the puck and was in a vulnerable position, with a hit to the head late in the third period of Saturday's game. Seabrook was given five minutes for charging and game misconduct, while a dazed Backes left the game and did not return. The Blues would tie it up with 6.4 seconds left in the regulation and win Game 2 in overtime.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

The NHL is reviewing Brent Seabrook's hit on David Backes that occurred at 15:19 of the third period in Game 2 of the series between the Blackhawks and Blues.

Not surprising news at all. The Blackhawks defenseman leveled Backes, who did not have the puck and was in a vulnerable position behind the net, with a high hit, connecting with his head. Seabrook was given fiven minutes for charging and a game misconduct, while Backes looked wobbly and departed from the game. The Blues would tie the game up on the power play with 6.4 seconds remaining and win it 4-3 in overtime.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 5 Months

Brent Seabrook was ejected from Saturday's contest against St. Louis after he took a run at David Backes.

He got five minutes for charging and a game misconduct on the play. The hit will probably end up with Seabrook facing further supplemental discipline as well. He had a goal and an assist in 23:21 of ice time prior to being tossed.