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Blackhawks insert Stalberg into fourth line, sit Brandon Bollig in Boston

Chicago Blackhawks left wing Viktor Stalberg responds to a question during a news conference before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final hockey series against the Boston Bruins Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in Chicago. Stalberg will replace Brandon Bollig in Chicago's Game 3 lineup against Boston. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Charles Rex Arbogast

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Chicago Blackhawks left wing Viktor Stalberg responds to a question during a news conference before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final hockey series against the Boston Bruins Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in Chicago. Stalberg will replace Brandon Bollig in Chicago's Game 3 lineup against Boston. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Charles Rex Arbogast

BOSTON - Viktor Stalberg will replace Brandon Bollig in Chicago's Game 3 lineup against Boston.

Stalberg was a healthy scratch the first two games of the series.

Coach Joel Quenneville says he is just looking for more from Stalberg, both offensively and defensively.

Stalberg skated with Marcus Kruger and Michal Frolik on Chicago's fourth line in the Hawks' morning session on the ice.

The 27-year-old Swede has no goals and three assists in 15 playoff games this season. Bollig had yet to reigster a point in five games.

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