Well, the Blackhawks have a fight on their hands now, don’t they?
Something was bothering Ben Bishop. The Blackhawks could see it. The media could see it. Everyone watching from the United Center, from home or from a local establishment could see it.
TAMPA, Fla. — The Blackhawks liked more of what they did in Game 2 against the Tampa Bay Lightning than in Game 1. The result, however, they didn’t care for so much.
TAMPA, Fla. — The Blackhawks felt they got away with one in Game 1, needing two goals within two minutes late in the third period to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning.
1. Lightning is gonna strike - so be ready. The Blackhawks were very fortunate to be down by just 1 goal after 2 periods of play on Wednesday night.