CSN to air 2010 Game 5 matchup between Blackhawks, Predators

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CSN to air 2010 Game 5 matchup between Blackhawks, Predators

Comcast SportsNet will be re-airing Blackhawks Classics until the NHL lockout comes to an end. Tune in tonight at 7:00 p.m. to catch the 2010 Game 5 matchup against the Predators when Marian Hossa scored the game-winning goal in overtime.
The Blackhawks were just seconds away from falling to the Predators in Game 5 of the 2010 playoffs, but that's not how things were meant to end on the ice that night. As Patrick Kane tied the score with just 13 seconds left in regulation, the Blackhawks gained a lot of momentum going into overtime that led to their 5-4 victory.
After killing a 5-minute major Marian Hossa had to serve for a hit on Dan Hamhuis, No. 81 returned to the ice and found the back on the net to lead to Chicago's 5-4 victory that evening.
Here's a look back at the dramatic ending to the game:

Some fans shared with us their favorite memories from the 2010 matchup.
And in case you need more reason to watch, here are a few additional highlights from the 2009-10 season:There wasn't a lockout.Patrick Kane led the Blackhawks with four goals in the series against Nashville.The Blackhawks set a franchise-record with 112 points and 52 wins.Duncan Keith won the Norris Trophy.The Blackhawks won their first division title since the 1992-93 season.The team's penalty kill was 26 for 27 in the series against Nashville.Antti Niemi had two shutouts in the playoffs, both in the series against Nashville.Patrick Sharp had 41 assists, still a career-high.Join the conversation during tonight's game by using HawksClassics on twitter.

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Is Jonathan Toews' the Blackhawks' MVP?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Is Jonathan Toews' the Blackhawks' MVP?

Chris Emma (670TheScore.com), Chris Hine (Chicago Tribune) and national college football analyst Anthony Herron join Kap on the panel.  The guys discuss if Jonathan Toews is the Blackhawks’ MVP so far this season, whether a Jimmy Butler trade to the Celtics makes sense and why Rob Manfred is focused on shaving seconds off of the length of games.

Plus with Jay Cutler heading out the door, who will replace him?  And should Northwestern be on the NCAA Tournament bubble after losing again to the Illini?

Hawks Talk Podcast: Blackhawks gain ground on West-leading Wild

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Hawks Talk Podcast: Blackhawks gain ground on West-leading Wild

On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, Pat Boyle talks with Steve Konroyd about Jonathan Toews' recent scoring surge and whether the recent line combinations will be the 12 we see in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

They also discuss what beating the Wild twice in 13 days means for the Blackhawks in the big picture. And, following Joel Quenneville's 400th career win with the Blackhawks, the guys wonder whether Coach Q gets enough credit for keeping this team in the Stanley Cup conversation every year.

Plus, Konroyd chimes in on whether he thinks Stan Bowman will make a move before the March 1 trade deadline.

Hear the latest episode below:

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