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Hawks force Game 7 with luck ... and a lotta good

To paraphrase a popular saying, you'd rather be lucky than good in sports. Well, a combination of the two is what you need to win a title, though just a little bit of bad luck can unravel a team's championship dreams.

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    White Sox prospect Chris Beck to make major-league debut Thursday

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  • Watch: Jonathan Toews scores twice in 72 seconds

    Watch: Jonathan Toews scores twice in 72 seconds

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    Stats: Ducks 5, Hawks 4 (OT)

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