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33 Years Ago Today Marks a Memorable Moment in Chicago Blackhawks History

Published July 21, 2023 at 9:55 PM
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33 years ago today, on April 30th, 1990, the Chicago Blackhawks made history by beating the St. Louis Blues 8-2 in Game 7 of the Norris Division finals. This unforgettable win marked a special moment in Blackhawks history, and it's still talked about among fans to this day.

The Blackhawks were dominant from the start of the game, with Steve Larmer scoring a shorthanded goal in the second period to give the team a commanding 3-0 lead. The Blackhawks' offense didn't slow down, and they went on to score an impressive eight goals in total, securing their spot in the Conference finals.


This win was a testament to the talent and skill of the Blackhawks' players and the dedication of their fans. It's a moment that will always be remembered as a highlight of the team's history, and a reminder of the incredible moments that can happen in the world of sports.


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