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Slow Start, Worse Finish For Blackhawks

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Jim Cornelison almost surely sang the word ''brave'' at the end of his rendition of the ''Star-Spangled Banner'' on Friday night, though given the crowd's traditional mission to drown out his every word, who could tell?

For all we know, he might have sung ''home of the worthless and weak" or, if he had a death wish, ''home of the Nashville Predators.''

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