Blackhawks score own-goal to end game vs. Blues

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The St. Louis Blues killed the last dragon playoffs, eliminating the Chicago Blackhawks Jersey in seven games finally defeat one of its primary torturers in the Western Conference.

It would be followed in the 2016-17 season? So far, so good for the Blues, who beat the Blackhawks 5-2 in their opener tonight in Chicago on Wednesday night. Vladimir Tarasenko had two goals; Shattenkirk Kevin Paul Stastny and also had objectives. So did Scottish Upshall.

Well, technically.

With Corey Crawford pulled and two-goal deficit, the Blackhawks tried to get out of their own end. Brent Seabrook reverses the disc to Patrick Kane Jersey, but the disc slid right next to him and back into the empty net.

Duncan Keith skated back to avoid crossing the disc, but it was too late: The Blues had their fifth and final goal, own goal courtesy of the Blackhawks. Upshall was the last player to touch the puck, and was credited with the goal.

Not exactly the start Joel Quenneville and his team wanted.

“No doubt there will be some learning going on and we will be accepting the mistakes of hard work,” he said. “But that’s where it gets better.”

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