Blackhawks Win Again, 11th in a Row, 24th Straight with a Point

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The Blackhawks won their 11th in a row and have now gone halfway through the Lockout Shortened season without a regulation loss, 24 games, Hawks beat Colorado 3-2 Wednesday.

The Hawks went into the 3rd period trailing 2-1, but Jonathan Toews tied the game early in the 3rd period and Dan Carcillo won the game with :50 left on a rebound goal.

Marian Hossa was a late scratch with an upper body injury, which Joel Quenneville said was not serious.  Patrick Sharp left the game in the 3rd period with what looked to be an upper body injury and did not return.

The Hawks and Avalanche will play again Friday night in Colorado.

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  • Danny Panice

    I've been in Vegas for 6 years and a avid HAWKS FAN my whole life. This trip has been unbelievable , I hope it keeps going. GO HAWKS!!!

  • Sheri Jones

    I am in living in Calgary Alberta Canada and I love the Hawks.Last night I was at the Flames only because I was given free tickets lol but I would keep checking my phone to see how the Hawks were doing.When I seen the 3-2 final I couldn't stop smiling and all I can say is thank you Hawks for playing awesome hockey.

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