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The Chicago Blackhawks loss against the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday was an agonizing one.

It was a game the Blackhawks really needed to solidify themselves as dominant as they’ve appeared to be so far this season, against their playoffs foe of three years.

The Canucks took the 6-2 win, but it’s arguable who won a couple of brawls. Daniel Carcillo appeared to shake up Aaron Volpatti quite a bit, while Jamal Mayers and Kevin Bieska flew fists a many.

Here’s the Mayers/Bieska fight:

Matthew Wilson is editor of Center Ice Chat. Follow him on Twitter @Mattjw24.

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