Found March 13, 2013 on Midwest Sports Fans:
The Chicago Blackahawks’ point streak was so much fun to watch I almost could not believe it. For a league where it is so difficult to achieve success season after season, or even within the season, there should be no attempt to discredit what the ‘Hawks managed to do with their 24-game point streak. Now that the party is over though, I’ve been able to focus more on what this all means for the Blackhawks and their chances at winning the Stanley Cup. Based on total points, the ‘Hawks are the best team in the NHL, even if you take into consideration the different number of games each team has played. But record alone doesn’t tell the whole story. Besides points and goal differential, they don’t lead the league in any other major statistical category. That doesn’t necessarily take away from the success the ‘Hawks have had this season, but rather it shows how much competition the ‘Hawks have faced and will have to face again. I noticed that all of the success the ‘Hawks have had this ...
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