Thursday, April 19th, 2012

The Pattern Continues in Game 4



This evening I attended a fundraiser for a local organization. It's a great event for an outstanding cause. Unfortunately, I wanted to check my phone repeatedly during the event to check in on the Blackhawks score. Somehow I managed to restrain myself and decided to wait until I found my car. I fired up the iPhone and there it was.

Whew! No score in the third.

During the course of my relatively short drive home, the Phoenix Coyotes grabbed a quick 2-0 nothing lead. The Blackhawks managed to score once to cut the lead in half. After I walked in the house, and with about 1:30 left in regulation, the Blackhawks tied the game, 2-2.

Game 1, 2, and 3 required overtime. Why should Game 4 be any different? Here's to hoping the Blackhawks can send the series back to Phoenix tied two games apiece.

Game 1: Chicago at Phoenix (4/12) Loss 3-2
Game 2: Chicago at Phoenix (4/14) Win 4-3
Game 3: Phoenix at Chicago (4/17) Loss 3-2
Game 4: Phoenix at Chicago (4/19 - 7 p.m. CDT)
Game 5: Chicago at Phoenix (4/21 - 9 p.m. CDT)
Game 6: Phoenix at Chicago (4/23 - TBD) if needed
Game 7: Chicago at Phoenix (4/25 - TBD) if needed



1 Comment
billpearch
And less than three minutes into overtime, the Blackhawks lost 3-2. Yikes.
Bill Pearch   Thursday, April 19, 2012
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