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Our sincerest sympathies go out to the Reif family. While the cause of death is still unknown according to reports, the below blurb was published in the Chicago Sun-Times. According to a DuPage County coroner statement, Reif was found unresponsive in his Lombard home, where he was pronounced dead at 8:32 a.m. The death still is under investigation by the coroners office and Lombard police, officials said. The above photo is a decal players wore for Reif on their helmets in Sunday’s game against Toronto. The Blackhawks held a moment of silence prior to the contest For all these guys who spend a lot of time together, it’s like losing a family member. Reif was in his ninth season with the Blackhawks, according to the team’s website. Following the game, a 4-0 win by the Blackhawks, there was clearly a sullen mood amongst the players. From the Chicago Tribune: Asked what made Reif so special, Patrick Sharp began to answer but then apologized and walked out of the dressing room. Duncan Keith, who was perhaps the player closest to Reif, said: “It was tough. To lose a close friend and have to try to play a hockey game on that same day, it wasn’t easy.” From CSN Chicago: “It’s tough to describe,” (Jonathan) Toews said, pausing between each sentence. “I think a lot of people, whether guys in this locker room or anyone else, other athletes, who have lost someone close to them and have to find ways to get their minds together and go out there any play as a team … source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/blackhawks-assistant-equipment-manager-passes-away-sunday-morning-225437738.html

1 Star: Tyler Seguin , Dallas Stars The NHLs leading scorer led the Stars rally in a 6-5 thriller over the Edmonton Oilers . Down three goals in the second period, Seguin assisted on a Jamie Benn power-play goal; he then scored goals Nos. 24 and 25 in the third period. He added a goal in the shootout, but it was former Oiler Shawn Horcoff that won the game in Round 8. No. 2 Star: Jakub Voracek , Philadelphia Flyers The Flyers forward scored goals Nos. 13 and 14 in their 4-3 comeback win over the Winnipeg Jets in OT. He opened the scoring in the first period and then potted the game-winner just 10 seconds into overtime, converting a Dustin Byfuglien turnover into an extra point for the Flyers. No. 3 Star: Calvin Pickard , Colorado Avalanche Pickard made 34 saves in regulation and overtime and then outdueled Petr Mrazek in a nine-round shootout in the Avs 2-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings . Jarome Iginla had the shootout-winner. Honorable Mention: Fresh off a change, Loui Eriksson streaked into the Buffalo Sabres zone and scored a nfty game-winner at 2:14 of overtime, giving the Bruins a dramatic 4-3 win. Eriksson previously had an assist on a Dougie Hamilton goal in the first; Hamilton had the game-tying goal in the third with 18:29. Rob Zepp won his NHL debut for the Flyers. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–seguin-leads-stars-rally–ot-heroes-for-bruins–flyers-070717085.html

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Kane leads Blackhawks past Maple Leafs 4-0 – Yahoo Sports

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”We weren’t able to turn possession into good quality chances,” Toronto forward Joffrey Lupul said. ”And when we did, the puck didn’t really seem to bounce our way.” Kane made it 3-0 at 9:07 of the third when he pounced on a rebound of Brent Seabrook’s shot from the point. It was Kane’s 16th goal of the season. Raanta was sharp in the third, especially when Toronto fired six shots during a power-play midway through the period. NOTES: The Blackhawks observed a pregame moment of silence for Reif. … Blackhawks C Brad Richards was sidelined by an upper-body injury and is day to day. D Tim Erixon was a healthy scratch. … Toronto D Stephane Robidas sat out with an undisclosed injury suffered Saturday against Philadelphia. Leafs C Leo Komarov (concussion) missed his 11th game. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/kane-leads-blackhawks-past-maple-leafs-4-0-025318727–nhl.html

NHL Three Stars: Seguin leads Stars rally; OT heroes for Bruins, Flyers | Puck Daddy – Yahoo Sports

Vincent Lecavalier had two third-period goals for the Flyers, who rallied from a 3-1 deficit. Matt Halischuk , Mathieu Perreault and Byfuglien scored for Winnipeg. Pavelec made 19 saves. The 33-year-old Zepp was promoted from Lehigh Valley of the American Hockey League due to an injury to starter Steve Mason . The Flyers say he is the oldest goaltender to win his NHL debut since 1926. Zepp, who spent the previous seven seasons in Germany, had a sprawling toe save on Mark Scheifele late in the second period. BLACKHAWKS 4, MAPLE LEAFS 0 CHICAGO (AP) – Patrick Kane had a power-play goal and two assists, leading Antti Raanta and the Blackhawks to the win. The Blackhawks played with a ”CR” decal on their helmets after assistant equipment manager Clint Reif died earlier in the day. The team said it was ”deeply saddened” by the loss and declined further comment while asking for respect for the privacy for Reif’s family and friends. Raanta made 31 saves for his second shutout of the season, helping Chicago rebound from a 3-2 shootout loss Saturday night in Columbus. James Reimer made 30 saves in Toronto’s third straight loss following a six-game winning streak. AVALANCHE 2, RED WINGS 1, SO DETROIT (AP) – Jarome Iginla scored in the ninth shootout round to lift the Avalanche to the victory. source: http://www.foxsports.com/nhl/story/nhl-capsules-122114

 

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