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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:
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CHICAGO (AP) Henrik Sedin had a goal and three assists and Vancouver converted five of six power plays to lift the Canucks
to a 6-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday night.
“They were better in all areas, whether it was physical, special teams or 5-on-5. I was disappointed with it across the board. It was an ugly game.”
-Joe Quenneville, head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks after losing 5-2 to Vancouver tonight. More Chicago reaction from Tim Sassone of the Chicago Daily-Herald.
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