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Yes, indeed, it only takes 2 games for a streak to occur. The Hawks have their first one in quite some time now after beating the Blue Jackets in Columbus by a score of 6 - 1. .The Hawks rattled off 6 straight goals after falling behind 1 - 0. It was the 5th time they have beaten them in 5 games. There is, of course, one games left between the two teams.
It was Crawford (19-14-5) against Steve Mason (7-20-2) to start the game. Andrew Shaw was sent down to Rockford and Jimmy Hates was brought up. The lines were slightly juggled. The first line of Sharp, Toews & Kane remained in tact, and for the second game in a row came up big. They have 12 points in those 2 games. The rest looked like this; 2) Brunette, Kruger, Hossa. 3) Stalberg, Bolland, Bickell. 4) Hayes, Mayers, Scott.
In the 1st period, a turnover in their own zone, led to a goal by Brassard. Seabrook then saved a 2nd Blue jacket score by clearing the puck out of the crease behind Crawford. From that point on, howe...
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