by: Tiara Burton
The Chicago Blackhawks stay alive for another round of fighting for the 2014 Stanley Cup. Today the Blackhawks won a nail biting double overtime game against the Los Angeles Kings by one point, 5-4 in the Western Conference finals. This game was Haduzus’s first postseason overtime score in his career and he scored the final point in the game.
By Vera Ntim
The Chicago Blackhawks showed us victory last night by 5 to 4 with the Los Angeles King in Chicago Michal Handzus who controlled the disc before lifting his backhander under the crossbar to end the contest although he did not do all by himself but win the help of the term and a member Brandon Saad who held the puck and dished ahead to Handzus and the other two members whom help him to have a opening space for him to have a great pass. Even though it was a long game due to the overtime but finally they won.
Chicago – The Blackhawks made a victory win of 5-4 over Los Angeles Kings in 2:04 of the second overtime, thanks to the team and Michael Handzus for scoring. Brandon Saad had the puck when he dished it ahead to Handzus, Michael Handzus was surprised that he got open the way he did when his team mate Brandon Saad gave him a great pass
Chicago- Last night blackhawks had won a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings. Michal Handzus tallied 2:04 of the second overtime scoring the final score even though there were two guys on his back handzus said, “i was surprised i got open like that but he waited and waited and gave me a great pass.” The Blackhawks remained alive with the help of Michal Handzus and are now trying to reach the Stanley Cup Finals for the second time in the last three seasons.
Byline: Andrea Arizmendi
Chicago- The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Los Angeles Kings last night by 5-4 on the second overtime. The Chicago Blackhawks remain alive in the Western Conference. Michal Handzus scored the final score at 2:04, “I was surprised I got open like that but he waited and waited and gave me a great pass.” MIchal stated after the game. Blackhawks remain alive and are on their way to the Stanley Cup Finals. “We don’t want the season to end now. We’re having too much fun playing.” Saad admitted.
By: Muhammad Rasheed
Chicago- Just now, in the Western Conference finals, The Blackhawks remained alive wining 5-4 against the Los Angeles Kings. Brandon Saad passed to Handzus who shot the wining shot to end the contest. “I was surprised I got open like that but he waited and gave me a great pass.” said Handzus. Saad had performed great. He controlled the disc before lifting a backhander under the crossbar to score the wining point. He ended up with a goal, two assists, and a cheering crowd.
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.