Hawks get revenge on Torres, Coyotes
GLENDALE, Ariz. – It was clear from the start that Thursday's meeting with the Coyotes wasn't just another game for the Blackhawks.
Facing Raffi Torres for the first time since the Phoenix winger concussed Marian Hossa in the playoffs last season, the Hawks might not have come out and said they wanted revenge, but judging from their play it was clear.
The biggest payback didn’t come in the form of a fight. Instead, the biggest haymakers were the six goals they scored in embarrassing Phoenix, 6-2, at Jobing.com Arena to remain unbeaten in regulation in 2013.
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