It was one of those teeth-grinding, frustrating type of overtime losses. The kind of loss that creeps into your subconscious just as you wake up the following morning, not just as a player, but as a fan.
The Chicago Blackhawks played well enough to decisively come away with two points against their heated rivals, the Vancouver Canucks. However, one major road-block stood in Chicago's way-
It was an evening of Ginger-thorns in their sides as Chicago saw their 30th victory slip away at the hands of Daniel Sedin's game-winning goal off a nice feed from twin-brother Henrik and a 37 save effort from "back-up" goaltender Schneider.
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