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06-07-2013, 03:36 PM
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Handzus Helped Shape Blackhawks and the Kings ( NY Times )

Michal Handzus’s nickname, Zus, does not refer to the Greek god, but he has seemingly been omnipresent for both teams in the Western Conference finals.

Handzus centers the Chicago Blackhawks’ second line and has been a mainstay on their playoff-leading penalty kill. He also played four seasons in Los Angeles and had a significant role in the formative years of a Stanley Cup champion.

“He really left his imprint on a lot of the players that are with L.A. today,” said Terry Murray, the former Kings coach, who was with the club from 2008 to 2012. “Kopitar, Jarret Stoll, Dustin Brown and Matt Greene, the Kings’ leadership group, I know that he left a big impression with those young men and really helped them to become the great players that they are today.”


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