BlackHawks win 5-4 in a Double Overtime

By: Amber Sample

Chicago – Last night Michal Handzus tallied at 2:04 of the second overtime, and the Chicago BlackHawks remained alive in the Western Conference finals with 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings. Minutes before the winning goal Brandon saad held the puck along the right wing below the circles and dished ahead to handzus, who controlled the disc for a second before lifting a backhander under the crossbar to end the contest.

”Two guys went on him and I got open,” Handzus said of his line-mate Saad. ”I was surprised I got open like that but he waited and waited and gave me a great pass.”

For, Handzus it was his first career postseason overtime score, and just his second playoff game- winner after recording the only goal in a 1-0 Flyers victory against Ottawa in the 2003 second round. So as the Blackhawks continue to play they continue to dominant, so the pressure is on.

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