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Michigan Ave. Inspired by the 1957 jersey worn by the Chicago Blackhawks, the white Winter Classic jersey features a lace-up collar and secondary logos on each sleeve; the secondary logos overlap the top two stripes on the sleeve rather than the traditional shoulder placement. Fans can reserve a Winter Classic jersey from Nov. 5-14, by visiting or contacting the Blackhawks Store located at 333 N. Michigan Ave. (312-759-0079) or Oakbrook Center (630-368-0766). Fans can also reserve a jersey on game nights at the Blackhawks Store located inside the United Center (312-455-7606), or by visiting . After Nov. 14, jerseys will be available for purchase at all Blackhawks store locations and For more information, please visit source:

It was the first shutout of the season for Crawford, a Montreal native. The Canadiens (8-4-1), winless in three games and 1-3-1 in their last five, absorbed a second straight lopsided defeat at home, following a 6-2 loss to Calgary on Sunday. Carey Price made 27 saves. Montreal’s P.A. Parenteau, David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher all missed early chances before Toews put Chicago ahead with a power-play goal at 11:19. The Blackhawks captain deflected in Duncan Keith’s point shot. The Blackhawks scored 9:56 into the second when Versteeg’s pass from the corner went off Rene Bourque’s leg and in on the short side. Richards was at the doorstep to deflect Patrick Sharp’s pass into the top corner 2:22 into the third period to make it 3-0. Four minutes later, Sharp was helped off the ice after a check into the boards by Alexei Emelin. There was no immediate word on his condition. source:

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* The Canadiens were blown out, 6-2, by the Flames at Bell Centre on Sunday their second straight and third loss in the last four tilts overall. Montreal is 5-0-0 when netting at least three goals in 2014-15 (3-3-1 in all other games). * These clubs split two games last season, each beating the other by one goal on its home ice. Dating to the beginning of 2002-03, the Habs have won six straight games vs. the Blackhawks at Bell Centre by a combined score of 22-13. * Including three points last season (2g, 1a), Marian Hossa has two goals and two assists during his current three-game scoring streak vs. the Habs. Hossa is currently sitting on 1000 career NHL points fourth most among all active skaters. * Max Pacioretty netted one of the Canadiens markers Sunday, giving him one goal in back-to-back games for the first time of the 2014-15 campaign. Pacioretty has taken the ice four times during his career vs. source:

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Sharp led Chicago last season with 34 goals and 44 assists. Washington star Alex Ovechkin was held without a point after having two assists on Tuesday to become the leading scorer in franchise history. The Blackhawks dominated as the first period progressed. Saad opened the scoring with 2:48 left in the period on Chicago’s 15th shot to complete a 2-on-1 break with Marian Hossa . After taking Hossa’s cross-ice pass, Saad fired a low one-timer that struck the inside of Holtby’s left pad and slid into the net. Ovechkin was penalized for an illegal hit to the head of Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson with 16 seconds left in the first, and Keith scored on the power play 56 seconds into the second to make it 2-0. He swooped into the right circle and fired in a rebound through traffic. The Capitals then connected three times late in the period to take the lead. The last two goals came 42 seconds apart in the final minute. “We were doing a lot of things right, had a 2-0 lead and nothing serious and giving up nothing,” Quenneville said. source:

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Winnipeg went 3-0-1 on its four-game trip. The Blackhawks entered leading the NHL with an average of 38.9 shots per game, but were only 21st at 2.46 goals. They had a hard time against Hutchinson and the scrappy Jets. Chicago was unable to generate much traffic in front of the net or pounce on rebounds. The Jets got all the offense they needed early as they moved straight into the Chicago zone off the opening faceoff. Frolik, a former Blackhawks player, skated across the crease, closed in from the left side and lifted the puck past Crawford’s glove as the goalie sprawled trying to stop the shot. Chicago’s Patrick Sharp broke in alone with 3:40 left in the first and faked Hutchinson to the ice, but his shot clanked off the right post. Jonathan Toews fired a drive from the left circle off the left post midway through the second during a Chicago power play. Hutchinson stopped another prime chance by Sharp moments later. The Blackhawks shot wide on some of their best chances in the third period. source:


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