Chicago-Minnesota: Hawks, Huet Tame The Wild

Posted: 27th October 2009 by TAB BAMFORD in NHL
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Maybe some healthy competition is doing the ChicagoáBlackhawks some good. After a miserable game against Dallas, Chicago coach Joel Quenneville put his goalie on notice that his poor play wasnÆt good enough, especially with Antti Niemi playing well behind him. Cristobal HuetÆs coach wasnÆt the only person questioning his abilities; it seemed that all 20,000 fans in attendance wanted to tell Huet how poorly he was playing. In his last two starts, Huet has stopped 47 of the 48 shots heÆs faced and has picked up two much-needed wins against teams the Blackhawks needed to beat. Both Nashville and Minnesota came to the United Center playing bad hockey, and neither improved its standing against the Hawks. Despite Chicago being without two of their better playersùCaptain Jonathan Toews and ...

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