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Photogallery: ASA Action Sports World Tour
ASA Action Sports World Tour PhotogalleryThe ASA Action Sports World Tour came to Chicago and brought an action-packed night to the Sears Centre.  ASA features the best pro skaters and BMX jumping in the world.  Illinois natives Koji Kraft and Zack Warden battled in the BMX triple jump semi-finals.

Photography by CS Staff Photographer Sean Evans
Marian Hossa Video: Watch Hossa Score Controversial Goal
Thursday, 07 April 2011 01:19    PDF Print E-mail

GOAL! Or wait, was it one? 

Marian Hossa scored a controversial goal last night when the Chicago Blackhawks took on the St. Louis Blues. The Blackhawks won the game in overtime, 4-3.

Hossa appears to score the second goal of the game for Chicago, but a closer look reveals he kicks the puck and it slides across the goal line. The Blackhawks players jumped for joy and St. Louis was outraged.

They reviewed the goal and still counted it. Patrick Sharp told reporters that the goal gave them the edge in this game.

"It got the momentum back for us. Both 'Hoss' and I didn't think it was in, but the ref was standing right there and he pointed. I guess it was a 50-50 chance." 

However, Blues goalie Ty Conklin didn't feel the same way, saying, "It was a close play, but the puck never crossed the line. I was sitting there watching it, and I knew it wasn't over." 

I'm with Sharp on this one. It's a 50-50 shot and you have to go with what the refs rule. They reviewed it and didn't over turn it. They have the final say and you have to go with it.

The goal certainly had an impact on the game and the Blues. Chicago needed the victory, as they are in eighth place in the Western Conference.  

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