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Posted to Toews' TribeChicago Blackhawks never say die attitude was once again on display Wednesday night during a huge Game 5 victory. The unlikely hero in double-overtime, Michal Handzus! Watch as it unfolds: Your browser does not support iframes. 5 total views, 5 views today The post Michal Handzus Buries the Overtime Winner appeared first on Chicago Fan Board.
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