Apr 7, 2010, 10:25 PM EDT
The Chicago Blackhawks are still fighting for something, as they try
and catch the San Jose Sharks for the top seed in the West. A win
tonight, and the spot is theirs due to tie breakers. They did not take
the St. Louis Blues lightly, and come out firing on their way to a rout
(it’s currently 6-2 at the end of the second period). The Blues, seeing
the game get out of hand, started to get a it aggressive.
Hossa may be a victim of the Blues’ physicality. He was knocked to the
ice midway through the first period by Brad Winchester, but continued to
play. He was unable to make it out after just one shift in the second,
however, and had to leave the game.
Hossa has become a key part of
the Hawks’ offensive attack, with 24 goals in 54 games after returning
from offseason surgery.
We’ll update with word as to the
severity of the injury when we can, but of course the Hawks might not
miss him that much. With Chicago hopefully on their way to a Stanley Cup
finals appearance, having the man who has lost in the finals two
straight seasons for opposite teams may bring some bad luck their way.
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