Found February 06, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Follow me @jaeckel Judging by the reaction (mostly from Blackhawk-operated entities) on social media, Hawk rookie Brandon Saad's first NHL goal ranks up there with Neil Armstrong's walk on the moon and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Again, I have no issue with Saad at all. In fact, I am impressed with his tenacity and the relative speed with which he is adapting to the NHL game. It does contin...
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