Fill In The Blanks: Chicago Blackhawks 5, Minnesota Wild 3

Hossa is a boss. A Bossa, if you will.

Hossa is a boss. A Bossa, if you will.

After last night’s game, Jonathan Toews said that he’s running out of words to describe the streak the Chicago Blackhawks are on.

Well, guess what, Toews? So am I!

Unfortunately for me, I’m supposed to come up with words… but I’m taking the night off. See, instead of me describing what happened in the game against the Minnesota Wild, I’m going to let you, the audience, do it using the power of Mad Libs! I’ll provide a list of words you’ll need, and then after you fill in the blanks, you can go on and read your recap.

List of words:

  • An emotion:
  • Adjective:
  • Adjective:
  • Plural noun:
  • Verb ending in -ed:
  • Adjective:
  • Adjective:
  • Adjective:
  • Noun:
  • Name:
  • Verb:
  • Verb:
  • Adverb:
  • Adjective:
  • Expletive:
  • Plural noun:
  • Adverb:
  • Verb ending in -ed:
  • Expletive:

Ready? Now onto your very own Mad Libs recap!

Tonight, the Blackhawks honored Marian Hossa for his 1000th game in the NHL. When the team skated on the ice during warmups, all wearing his #81 jersey, I felt __(emotion)__.

The __(adjective)__ Wild got on the board first after a(n) __(adjective)__ turnover by Andrew Shaw to make it 1-0.

Then Brandon Saad made the Wild look like __(plural noun)__ and tied the game.

44 seconds later, Bryan Bickell __(verb ending in -ed)__ to make it 2-1

And then he made it 3-1 less than four minutes later.

The Wild must feel __(adjective)__ letting __(adjective)__ Bickell score on them like that.

Then Hossa made sure his commemorative game was a __(adjective)__ one with a(n) __(noun)__ to put the Blackhawks up 4-1 by the end of the first period.

At the beginning of the second period, the Wild pulled Niklas Backstrom and put in __(name)__. The Blackhawks didn’t __(verb)__ at all in the second period.

In the third, the Blackhawks decided to __(verb)__ instead of play, letting the Wild __(adverb)__ get back into the game. They would score __(adjective)__ goals, making it 4-3.

(I would also like to point out that Brandon Bollig and Daniel Carcillo were the only two players with minuses after this game. That’s because they’re __(expletive)__ __(plural noun)__.)

However, Patrick Kane __(adverb)__ __(verb ending in -ed)__, making it 5-3 and putting the game out of reach once and for all.

The Blackhawks are now 20-0-3. They’re also on a ten-game winning streak — something the team has never done before in its 86-year history. All I can say is: Holy __(expletive)__!

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