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CSN to air four-straight nights of championship clinchers

CSN to air four-straight nights of championship clinchers

COMCAST SPORTSNET TO PRESENT FOUR CLASSIC CHICAGO ALL-STAR MOMENTS BEGINNING SUNDAY NIGHT!

Network to replay four Championship Clinchers featuring the 91 Bulls, 98 Bulls,10 Blackhawks and 05 White Sox over four-straight nights (July 10-13)

Comcast SportsNet, the television home for the most games and most comprehensive coverage of the Chicago Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox, will provide its viewers with four-straight nights of classic All-Star Moments in Chicago sports history during MLBs annual All-Star break featuring the championship clinchers of the 91 and 98 Chicago Bulls, the 10 Chicago Blackhawks and the 05 Chicago White Sox beginning Sunday night, July 10 at 7:00 PM.

Beginning Sunday, July 10 at 7:00 PM, Comcast SportsNet will kick off its All-Star Moments classic championship-clinching game replay schedule with a trip back to 1991 when Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls finished off the LA Lakers for their first NBA title. Other games throughout the week include the Bulls championship clincher against Utah from 1998 (Mon, July 11 at 7:00 PM), the Blackhawks Stanley Cup championship clincher versus Philadelphia (Tue, July 12 at 7:00 PM) and the White Sox 2005 World Series championship clincher against Houston (Wed, July 13 at 7:00 PM).

Note Comcast SportsNets All-Star Moments programming line-up beginning Sunday, July 10:

SUNDAY, JULY 10 at 7:00 PM
1991 NBA FINALS, Game 5: Bulls at Lakers (from 61291) Scottie Pippens game high 32 points, along with ten assists from Finals MVP Michael Jordan and ten key, late fourth-quarter points from John Paxson help propel the Bulls to their first NBA title.

MONDAY, JULY 11 at 7:00 PM

1998 NBA FINALS, Game 6: Bulls at Jazz (from 61498) In one of the most memorable games in NBA Finals history, Michael Jordan (named Finals MVP for the sixth game) hits the immortal game-winning shot with 5.2 seconds left. Jordan scores 45 points in his final game in a Bulls uniform.

TUESDAY, JULY 12 at 7:00 PM

2010 STANLEY CUP FINAL, Game 6: Blackhawks at Flyers (from 6910) Patrick Kanes thrilling game-winning goal in OT brings the city of Chicago of Chicago its first Stanley Cup championship in close to 50 years. Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews earns Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 at 7:00 PM

2005 WORLD SERIES, Game 4: White Sox at Astros (from 102605) World Series MVP Jermaine Dye singles in the only run of the game as the South Siders sweep their series against the Astros, ending an 88-year championship drought.

The 2011 MLB regular season resumes on Comcast SportsNet on Thursday, July 14 as the Cubs host the Florida Marlins (7:05 PM first pitch) and the White Sox resume second half play on Friday, July 15 as they travel to face the division rival Detroit Tigers (6:05 PM first pitch).

Viewers are also urged to visit Comcast SportsNets website, CSNChicago.com, 247 for the very latest White SoxCubsBlackhawksBulls news, game previewsrecaps, Insider blogs, videos and much more.

Blackhawks Talk Podcast: After 20 games, do we know the identity of this Blackhawks team?

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: After 20 games, do we know the identity of this Blackhawks team?

On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast Tracey Myers and Jamal Mayers join Pat Boyle to discuss the teams wins over the Rangers and Penguins.  Have they figured some things out and what is the identity of this team after 20 games?

Jammer weighs in on Artem Anisimov’s big week and are there enough Hawks committed to net front presence?  They also discuss the surging play of the blue liners and did the Hawks fail to send a message to Evgeni Malkin, after he kneed Corey Crawford in the head?

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Did the Bears technically "win" on Sunday?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Did the Bears technically "win" on Sunday?

David Haugh (Chicago Tribune), Adam Jahns (Chicago Sun-Times) and Patrick Finley (Chicago Sun-Times) join Kap on the panel.  Kap is happy that Mitch Trubisky played ok and John Fox’s team lost again.  The panel disagrees.

Plus Leonard Floyd doesn’t have an ACL tear…. Yet. Should the Bears shut him down even if he gets good news?