Andrew Shaw may not have scored the game-winning goal in Game 2's triple overtime battle, but he still went home with a win, along with some new attire.
Midway through the second overtime on Tuesday, Shaw briefly believed he had scored the game-winner, but his goal was disallowed after replays showed he pulled a soccer move and put the puck in with a header.
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The Chicago Fire took notice and sent Shaw a customized away jersey:
Inspiration struck for the Fire during their matchup against the Columbus Crew SC on Friday night, where they battled back from a two-goal deficit to earn a draw.
How were their two goals scored? Headers.
Watch Shaw's disallowed goal in the video above, and hear his comments in the video below.
Niklas Hjalmarsson played for the Blackhawks for 10 years and won three Stanley Cups with the team so his return to the United Center was a big deal.
The defenseman, now with the Arizona Coyotes, made his return to Chicago in Thursday's game. The Blackhawks had a tribute video for him during the game and the crowd gave him a standing ovation after the video.
He was teary-eyed after getting the warm reception.
Hjalmarsson was traded by the Blackhawks to the Coyotes for Connor Murphy and Laurent Dauphin after the 2016-17 season. He played against the Blackhawks on Oct. 21 and again on Feb. 12 last season, but both games were in Arizona.
Injuries limited Hjalmarsson to 48 games last season and he missed Arizona's only trip to the United Center last season, which came in December.
Watch the video above to see Hjalmarsson's tribute and reaction.
Mark Lazerus and Hub Arkush join David Kaplan on the panel.
The guys discuss Corey Crawford’s return and what it means for the team’s playoff chances.
Khalil Mack misses practice again. The guys debate if it would be better to leave him out vs. the Patriots.
The latest on the MLB playoffs with controversy in Houston and gamesmanship by the Brewers.
Will Perdue and Kendall Gill join the panel to discuss Kris Dunn’s absence from the opener and the team’s playoff chances this season.
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