Pall Over Blackhawks' Record Start

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Marian Hossa helped the Blackhawks make history — the good kind.


Then history — the bad kind — repeated itself.

Hossa broke out of his scoring slump with two goals, and the Hawks beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 in a shootout Tuesday night as the Hawks earned a point for the 16th straight game to open the season, matching the all-time NHL record. The Canucks scored twice in the final three minutes to send the game to overtime, but Patrick Kane and Andrew Shaw scored in the shootout to earn the victory.

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