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Infograph: 2014 Second Round vs. Minnesota, Game 5 by the numbers

by Emerald Gao / Chicago Blackhawks

The Blackhawks continued their home dominance in the 2014 playoffs by recording a 2-1 win over the Minnesota Wild in Game 5 of their second-round matchup. With Brandon Bollig (suspension) and Andrew Shaw (injury) out, Peter Regin made a successful Blackhawks postseason debut, earning Third Star of the Game honors as well as the Championship belt; on the blue line, Michal Rozsival was rested, allowing Sheldon Brookbank to return to the lineup. And despite allowing the first goal of the game, Chicago worked their way back through a power-play goal by Bryan Bickell—the team's first since Game 1 of the series—and a great forechecking shift by the top line of Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa and Patrick Sharp. Below, the Blackhawks Blog takes a look at four factors that led to success in Game 5:


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