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Video: Blackhawks streak Top 10 moments
What is your favorite moment so far during the Blackhawks’ point streak? Take a look at Blackhawks beat writer Mark Lazerus’ Top 10. Then, tell us your thoughts.
1. Thievery in Calgary (Feb. 2)
Ray Emery made 48 saves, and stopped all three Flames shootout
attempts. Marian Hossa’s goal with less than three seconds left tied
it, and Patrick Kane won it in the shootout. “That was criminal,”
Quenneville said of Emery’s performance. “You’ve got to call the
2. ChiKanery in Detroit (March 3)
In probably the game of the year in the entire league this year,
Patrick Kane scored with 2:02 left to preserve the point streak, then
won it in a shootout with a filthy slowdown move.
3. Setting the mark vs. San Jose (Feb. 22)
Brandon Saad’s shorthanded goal early in the third period was the
difference as the Hawks broke the NHL mark of 16 straight games
without a regulation loss to start a season.
4. Hossa houses Edmonton (Feb. 25)
The Hawks again rallied from a third-period deficit on Viktor
Stalberg’s goal, then won it when Marian Hossa cleaned up Patrick
Sharp’s tremendous rush to the goal in overtime.
5. Mayers fights Torres in Phoenix (Feb. 7)
Jamal Mayers called out Raffi Torres — who concussed Marian Hossa in
last year’s playoffs — from the bench, and the scrap sparked the Hawks
to a rousing 6-2 laugher.
6. Hossa does in Dallas (Jan. 24)
The Hawks capped their comeback from a 2-0 second-period deficit when
Marian Hossa one-timed a Patrick Kane feed past a red-hot Kari
Lehtonen in overtime.
7. Emery a big relief in St. Louis (Feb. 28)
When Corey Crawford stumbled off the ice after the first period, Ray
Emery took over in relief. All he did was finish off the Hawks’ third
shutout of the year.
8. Car Bomb goes boom vs, Colorado (March 6)
Daniel Carcillo’s first goal since tearing his ACL last January
couldn’t have come at a better time, winning the game in the final
minute of regulation and keeping the Hawks’ point streak alive at the
halfway point of the season.
9. Crow’s shutout in Nashville (Feb. 10)
As the clock ticked down, Corey Crawford knew he was on the verge of
the team’s first shutout in nearly two years, capping off a 4-0-2 Ice
Show trip. “It feels good to finally get one,” Crawford said.
10. Avoiding a collapse vs. Vancouver (Feb. 19)
After allowing two Vancouver goals in the last three minutes to send
the game to overtime, the Hawks pulled out the win on their hated
rivals on Andrew Shaw’s shootout goal.