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Red Wings Top Blackhawks in Shootout

5-4 final in Detroit.

We forced our old mates to a shootout, then broke their hearts.

On national TV, Chicago made their first two goals to put the pressure on Todd Bertuzzi to keep us alive. He made his goal. It went six rounds until Darren Helm nailed the game-winner and Gustavsson stoned Shaw to end the game.

 

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1 Comment

  1. oldschool oldschool
    January 23, 2014    

    ……………………. how clutch was the Tooz………………and the goal tending was awesome including that kick save in the shoot-out…..these guys are all petrol and vinegar!!

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