Originally written on Kukla's Korner  |  Last updated 11/13/14
The title says it all. It was a really fun game to watch for 59 minutes, but the Hawks came up empty. It was the first time back to the Wells Fargo Arena since the Cup was hoisted back in 2010, as the Hawks fell to Philly 5-4. The reasons for the loss have pretty much become a theme. Leaving guys open in front of the net and being scored on in the last minute of periods. Read back to the blogs that I have written when the Hawks lose, and you will see those same words over and over. For the game, Chicago called up forward Andrew Shaw and d-man Dylan Olesen from Rockford. Shaw-2011, 5th round pick & Olesen—2009 ist rounder made their NHL debuts for the game. Along now with Smith, Morin, Pirri, and Hayes, Coach Q shows that he is not afraid to sit regular players to take a look at the AHL hopefuls. The line ups looked like this; 1) Sahrp, Toews, and Shaw.  2) Stalberg, Kane, Hossa.  3) Bickell, Bolland, Brunette.  4) Frolik, Mayers, Hayes (my favorite 4th line in a couple of yea...

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