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Jonathan Toews uses reflection of players in the glass to set up game-winning goal

The Chicago Blackhawks continued their remarkable unbeaten in regulation streak on Friday night when they went to overtime with the Columbus Blue Jackets.  During the overtime, there was a two-on-one break and it appeared as though Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews used the reflection in the glass to set up Brent Seabrook with the game-winning goal in overtime.  The pass that Toews made was utterly perfect and the fact that he was using the glass to do it is extremely clever.  It seems as though the Blackhawks can do no wrong, and improved to an 18-0-3 record.  They will look to extend the streak when they head to Detroit to take on the Red Wings.


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