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The Blackhawks had tweeted that Hossa was "out of the lineup after something apparently happened in warm-ups." But, Quenneville said, "Nothing happened during warm-up." Hossa has three game-winning goals in this post-season and was third on the team with 15 playoff points. In his 14 NHL seasons, he scored at least 25 goals 11 times. And he already had made a big play in this series. With Chicago trailing 2-0 in Game 1, Hossa stole the puck from Dennis Seidenberg in the Boston end and fed Brandon Saad, who one-timed it past Rask at 3:08 of the second period. The Blackhawks rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the third period and won 4-3 in three overtimes. Hossas replacement appeared in his first playoff game this year. Ben Smith was a veteran of just 20 regular-season games and seven playoff games in his three NHL seasons before being pressed into action. But he figures he played about 15 times at TD Garden with Boston College. "I was a little surprised because you dont know whats going on, but you dont ask any questions," he said. "You get a chance, you go." He certainly didnt expect it. "I was here and ready to ride the bike and work out," Smith said. "They gave me the tap and said, Go with it." Quenneville hoped Smith could provide a spark. "Benny gives us energy," he said. "Hes one of those players that offeensively, defensively, hes responsible.dddddddddddd. Hes been practicing hard." But Hossas absence removed one of the few productive players on the Blackhawks sputtering power play. They were scoreless in five opportunities in the game and in their last 20 man-advantage situations in the playoffs. Hossa has three of their 16 power-play goals in the post-season. "Our power play tonight was definitely not good," Quenneville said. "They box you out. They got big bodies. They blocked shots. I think we had some chances to get some pucks through the net. We didnt. Our entries werent great. Thats something you want to look at." "Its frustrating," Chicago defenceman Duncan Keith said. "We just need to go out and play and let our skill take over." Theyve had a tough time against Rask, just as the Toronto Maple Leafs, the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins did in the Bruins previous three series. Rask has stopped 61 of 62 shots in the last two games and 120 of 125 in the series. Bruins coach Claude Julien didnt find out his team wouldnt have to deal with Hossa until just before the game. "I was surprised as anybody else," he said, "but, to be honest with you, there werent any changes in our game. As I mentioned the other day when I was asked about another player, we dont make our game plan based on an individual. "I can definitely tell you they lost a pretty important player on their roster, but that doesnt mean we change our game. I think its important we stick with what we believe in." They believe the key to winning in the playoffs is disciplined and persistent checking, precise passing and steady, if not spectacular, goaltending. They Blackhawks have been stymied by all of that. "Its a low-chance game. Its a low-chance series," Quenneville said. "Its hard to get A-plus chances. You have to manufacture the second, kind of ugly goals, tip screens, deflections." Thats tough to do. Without Hossa, its even tougher. Cheap NFL Gear Cheap Jerseys Store Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap Stitched Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China China NFL Hoodies Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Womens Jerseys Camo China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2019 Stitched Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Outlet ' ' '