Blackhawks Game Notes For Tuesday Vs. Philadelphia | Wgn-tv

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Philadelphia scored twice with the man-advantage in its win over Dallas its fourth straight game with at least one power-play goal (7-for-19 during span). * Chicago beat Nashville, 2-1, in overtime at United Center on Saturday night, recording its fourth straight game to open the season with at least one point (3-0-1 record). The Blackhawks are 6-0-1 in their last seven regular-season home contests (since March 25 last season). * These clubs split two games in 2013-14, each beating the other at home. The Flyers are 16-3-0-0 (.842) vs. the Blackhawks since the beginning of 1997-98 best of any team against Chicago during that span. * Claude Giroux had a goal and a helper Saturday, and now has at least one point in four straight games overall (2g, 5a during span). Giroux has 10 points (1g, 9a) during his current five-game scoring streak vs. the Blackhawks. * Jonathan Toews scored the game-winning shorthanded goal for the Blackhawks on Saturday night, giving him at least one point in three straight games overall (1g, 3a during streak). source: http://wgntv.com/2014/10/21/blackhawks-game-notes-for-tuesday-vs-philadelphia/

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They played into overtime six nights earlier in Chicago with the Blackhawks winning 2-1. The Predators earned points in their seventh straight game before a sellout crowd, continuing their best start since the 2010-11 season when they got points in each of their first eight. For Neal, it was the fifth hat trick of his career. Acquired in a trade with Pittsburgh in June, Neal has five goals in four games. Filip Forsberg had two assists. Ben Smith and Andrew Shaw scored for Chicago. With Chicago trailing 3-1, Shaw tipped a rebound past goalie Pekka Rinne at 12:36 of the third. That gave Chicago fans making the trip down for the game a reason to get loud again. The Blackhawks pulled goalie Antti Raanta for the extra attacker. Rinne gloved the puck out of the air with 1:18 left with Shaw trying to score. Chicago coach Joel Quenneville took his timeout, but the Blackhawks couldn’t beat Rinne despite outshooting Nashville 32-27. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/neals-hat-trick-lifts-predators-024829081–nhl.html

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“I don’t think it’s about the initial shot. It’s more about the second effort, having traffic at the net,” Toews said. “We (need) some ugly goals, get some offense going.” Antti Raanta , though, will get his first start of the season after the Blackhawks announced Tuesday that Crawford will miss this game due to an upper-body injury. The Finn went 1-0-1 versus the Flyers as a rookie last season, getting the win in a 7-2 rout at the United Center on Dec. 11. Chicago has five wins in its last six home games against the Flyers, including three in the 2010 Stanley Cup finals, but it’s 3-15-1 with one tie in the last 20 overall regular-season meetings. Philadelphia rallied from an early two-goal deficit for a 3-2 overtime victory in the latest meeting March 18. Giroux scored the winner to give him one goal and eight assists in his last four matchups. The Flyers captain has two goals and five assists in his last four games. Having to play on consecutive nights, Philadelphia might opt to give Ray Emery the start against his former team. Steve Mason is 0-6-1 with a 4.04 GAA in his last eight appearances against Chicago. source: http://scores.espn.go.com/nhl/preview?gameId=400564417

NHL on NBCSN: Flyers aim to solve Hawks’ Crawford | ProHockeyTalk

The Blackhawks are 3-0-1 to start the season and goaltender Corey Crawford has been particularly effective with a 1.66 GAA and .926 save percentage. The Flyers best bet to overcome that might be with their special teams. Editors Note: Pro Hockey Talks partner FanDuel is hosting a one-day $25,000 Fantasy Hockey league for Tuesdays NHL games. Its just $2 to join and first prize is $2,000. Starts Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. ET. Heres the FanDuel link. If we can get our game going five-on-five and draw some penalties on them, then we can go to work on the power play, said Wayne Simmonds , per CSN Philly . Philadelphia is off to a hot start with the man advantage, capitalizing on 31.8% of its opportunities. At the same time, the Flyers have been one of the worst teams in the league when it comes to killing penalties, so theyll need to play a disciplined game. Thats something they havent been known for traditionally, but this year might be different as theyve been charged with the least minor penalties in the league thus far (12). source: http://prohockeytalk.nbcsports.com/2014/10/21/nhl-on-nbcsn-flyers-aim-to-solve-hawks-crawford/

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31 against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tickets for the next preseason game at the United Center on Oct. 24 are currently listed from $25.70 for upper level seating to $499 for floor tickets on Ticketmaster. Tickets for the home opener against the Cavaliers are limited on the Bulls website, which sells through Ticketmaster. These tickets begin at $75 for standing room only to $957.63 for lower level seats. Tickets for the same game on StubHub are listed at $94.89 for a standing room only tickets, and the highest priced tickets available exceed $1,000. One of Chicagos teams that doesnt receive much recognition is the citys professional soccer team: the Chicago Fire. The Fire have one final game left on Oct. 24 against the Houston Dynamo. Tickets for this game range from $20-$50 on Ticketmaster. source: http://www.loyolaphoenix.com/professional-tickets-on-a-college-budget

 

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