The Chicago Blackhawks are in the city of brotherly love tonight, and that means plenty of Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and Rocky mentions all day, and well of course Philly Cheese-steaks. I must say, I know this sounds almost sacrilegious, but the most disappointing thing I’ve ever ate was a true Philly Cheese-Steak. It wasn’t bad, it just wasn’t the life changer I had expected it to be my entire life.
Anyways, the Chicago Blackhawks have had three days off which means they should have their legs totally behind them tonight against a team that has lost 7-1 and won 1-0 in their past two games so which team shows up tonight is anyone’s guess.
The Blackhawks offense is rolling well their second line is rolling, but their other lines have been in full Joel Quenneville blender mode which has made all other lines suffer through 3 games of very little scoring. It appears that for the third straight game, the lines will start out fairly similar to the two wins against the Islanders and maybe build some cohesiveness in the lineup.
Here are the listings for tonight’s matchup from Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
TV Listings– NBCSN
Radio Listings– WGN Radio
Live Streaming– NBC Live Extra
Radio Live Streaming– WGN Radio App
Now on to the predictions part of the program, I didn’t get any of the Chicago Blackhawks goal scorers correct or come close to getting the score right since I had it going into overtime. One thing I did get correct was having Scott Darling as the third star of the game. So here are tonight’s game predictions.
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Final Score– I think the Blackhawks three days off will benefit them after the first 10 minutes and the offense will be on full display tonight as the Hawks take it to the Flyers and win the contest easily 5-2.
2010 Stanley Cup Final Highlights– There will be at least 3 different highlights of the Chicago Blackhawks clinching the 2010 Stanley Cup in Philly during the NBCSN Rivalry Night telecast.
What is your predictions for tonight?
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