Marian Hossa and Patrick Kane, who were the two representatives from the Chicago Blackhawks int the 2012 NHL All Star Game, both made key contributions in helping lead Team Chara to the 12-9 victory.
Hossa carried over his excellent form from the regular-season, as he recorded three points in the win. Hossa scored a point in each period, as he dished out an assist in each of the first two periods, and then netted a goal in the decisive third period. Hossa was aggressive throughout the game, leading Team Chara with seven shots on goal.
Patrick Kane also got into the action for Team Chara. Kane scored the final goal of the second period with just over 90 seconds remaining, which evened the score up at six and gave his team the momentum heading into the final period.
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