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Black Hawks lose Game 3 to Indiana 4-1 in Clark Cup Championship

Black Hawks lose Game 3 to Indiana 4-1 in Clark Cup Championship

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Friday night's winner would sit just one win away from a Clark Cup title, and these guys came out playing hard.

Brandon Montour, knocked down and shattered the plexiglass with his skate; Mountour would be fine, but the rest of the period was not for the Black Hawks as Indiana's Tyler Pham opened up the scoring, 1, nothing Ice early and they'd quickly get a second. Pham, behind the net, feeds Patrick Newell for the score. Black Hawks found themselves down 2 after 1.

And it got worse in the 2nd as Mitch Hults scored the 3rd Ice goal of the game. Black Hawks desperately needing something and they got it in the final seconds of the period.

Patrick Russell, off the rebound fires it in off the post; they'd trail by 2 going in to the 3rd, but after 17 minutes of even hockey, Indiana's Scott Conway would put it away with the empty netter.

The Black Hawks now sit in a do or die situation following a 4, 1 loss.


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