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Patrick Sharp scored the Blackhawks’ first goal in regulation and the shootout winner, and Corey Crawford made a number of huge saves late in the third period as the Blackhawks earned a hard-fought two points in Carolina on Tuesday night. … Continue reading →The post Patrick Sharp, Corey Crawford Lead Blackhawks Past Canes appeared first on Committed Indians.
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