Keeping the Streak Alive - Moments Live
On March 3rd, 2013 the Chicago Blackhawks took on the Detroit Red Wings. Chicago came into the game on fire as they had earned at least 1 point in their last 21 games. It seemed like Detroit would be the first team to defeat the Blackhawks in 60 minutes of hockey, when Tomas Tatar scored to give a 1-0 lead to Detroit early in the third period. With Jonathan Ericsson in the box for delay of game, Patrick Kane snapped home a wrist shot past Jimmy Howard to tie the game up with 2 minutes remaining. Chicago would go on to win the game in a shootout and extend their streak to 22 games.
With 2:25 remaining in the third period, win the game as the Chicago Blackhawks. CAN YOU RE-CREATE HISTORY?
Complete the moment and earn HUT Pucks based on the difficulty level:
- Rookie – 50
- Pro – 100
- All-Star – 200
- Superstar – 400