Chicago Blackhawks Fall to Avalanche In Denver

Posted: 7th November 2009 by TAB BAMFORD in NHL
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The momentum of Friday nightÆs game between the Colorado Avalanche and Chicago Blackhawks ábounced back and forth like a pinball, and the Hawksáfought hard to win a point against the best home team in hockeyáwithout some key players. Chicago got the scoring started with a rocket from Dustin Byfuglien on the power play, which appeared to finally get the Hawks back in the saddle with a man advantage. The Hawks' power play had been miserable for a couple weeks, so capitalizing on an early chance was big for the Hawks' momentum. Later in the first, Duncan Keith turned around a great pass from Kris Versteeg to give the Hawks a 2-0 lead. The Hawks dominated the first 15 minutes of action, as Versteeg and Patrick Kane both assisted on each of the first two goals. But the last five minutes of ...

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