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The Night That Was: Leadership Baby

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The leaders won the day as the Chicago Blackhawks beat the LA Kings to force a game 6.

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Recap:

Chicago Blackhawks 5 Los Angeles Kings 4 (2OT)

Oh baby, this one was a dandy. Jonathan Toews used all his leadership powers to out-lead Dustin Brown and intangible his team to victory. He did it and now we have a game six and MORE BOB COLE! OH, BABY!!!!

Jets Links:

Michael Hutchinson got a shutout and ICE CAPS WIN! ICE CAPS WIN!

Links:

Ginette Reno will sing O Canada at her concert if there is a game 7.

Sean Gentille goes off on the NHL for their phoney concussion protocol. I agree with him and shame on whoever let Weise return.

Jen LC has a detailed breakdown of the Hawks zone entries BUT NOT LEADERSHIP.

Lowetide uses NHLE to make a case for Leon Draisaitl at number 3. (Doesn't tell me if he's a leader, pass)

Dave Poulin for GM of some team please and thank you. He's a leader, I promise you.

Rene Bourque has always been a Jekyll and Hyde act because he isn't a leader.

Barry Trotz is a really cool dude, shows good leadership qualities, and can you imagine if he was going to coach the Jets and that fan was Arby?!?!

Russia's World Championship team met Putin and Alex Ovechkin was the ring-leader in silly pictures with Putin.

Dmitri Filipovic argues that two players can be good at hockey. But can they both be leaders?

Alex Galchenyuk jus returned from injury and omg he is playing well in tough minutes; not a leader though.

Keep on drafting and developing Chevy, I mean the Rangers did nothing else to become a good team.

Tomas Hertl doesn't like Don Cherry and I think I could be besties with him.