Blackhawks fans cheer on hometown hero Scott Darling

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LEMONT, Ill. -- WGN reporter Erik Runge watched Sunday afternoon's Chicago Blackhawks Game 3 win over the Nashville Predators in Lemont, Ill., home town of Hawks goalie Scott Darling.

Darling got the win in Game 3, making 35 saves in his first-ever playoff start.

The Lemont native also came in for Corey Crawford in Game 1 before the Blackhawks eventually won that game in double-overtime, overcoming a 3-goal deficit in the process.

The team decided to bench Crawford for Game 3 after Chicago allowed six goals in Game 2.

Chicago leads the best-of-seven series 2-1.


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