Thursday, November 18, 2010

BP (Blackhawks Play) Oil Spill!


Starters: Sharp, Bolland, Hossa, and Keith/Boynton.
Goalie: Turco
Scratches: Hendry and Scott
Lines:
Stalberg/Toews/Kane
Brouwer/Pisani/Kopecky
Seabs/Hammer
Skille/Dowell
Soupy/Cullimore

Before going into the recap, might as well point out the big elephant in the room:
Jonathan Toews' HATTRICK.

1st:
-The Blackhawks brought their act of juggling the puck to the ice early in the game. An ugly shift (pointing at you Boynton and Keith). They were cooking up a tray full of turnovers.
-"Keith to Seabrook, Seabrook over to Keith." Saw just glimpse of this. I miss this.
-Pisani was honored in a tribute during a commercial break.
-Possible Foreshadow: "If Skille scores a hat trick in tonight's game, Blah Blah Blah will win a car." Spoiler Alert: You're not getting a car.
-Question: Cullimore weren't you suppose to stay back with the circus?
-Toews grabbed Seabrook's rebound for his first goal and certainly not his last.
-Blackhawks put the pressure on the Oilers, Hossa with a godly shift on the powerplay.
-Toews scored his second goal on the powerplay with Peckham in the box.
-Shots: 20-4 Blackhawks

2nd:
-Apparently, people don't like when you say the H word, Hattrick. It has to do with some belief of jinxing. I'll say it again, good players don't get jinxed. Fast forward a couple minutes later, BOOM! Toews scores a HATTRICK! Cue Seabrook (2:00):
-Vandermeer called for boarding, after putting Skille head first into the boards. Dowell wasn't too happy.
-Turco lost the puck between his legs at some point.
-Things that will always make me laugh: Soupy spin-o-rama.
-Sharp's last goal was against Edmonton, so why not make it a tradition. With the help of Dowell, Sharp made it 4-0 with his shorty:
"Shorty's like a melody in my head
That I can't keep out
Got me singin' like
'Do-do-do-do-do-do' everyday"
-Shots: 34-12 Blackhawks

3rd:
-5-0 Bickell!
-Skille working hard as always.
-Vandermeer takes stupid penalties.

A Shutout. A HatTrick. A Blackhawks Win. All is Right in the World of Hockey.

The HatTrick:

Goal One

Goal Two

Goal Three

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