About last night …

Your Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Blackhawks played two superb regular-season games, both of which featured end-to-end hockey played at breakneck speed.
Both games went to overtime.
The Canadiens won 2-1 on Andrei Markov’s OT goal at the Bell Centre Jan. 11.
Patrick Sharp secured a come-from-behind 3-2 win for Chicago when he beat Peter Budaj with the ugliest goal of the game Wednesday night at the United Center.
And now – after 122:11 of superb, eye-pleasing hockey – these teams won’t meet again – unless they’re Stanley Cup finalists.
Which could happen.
But probably won’t.

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