Chicago Blackhawks rally from a 2-0 deficit but fall to the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3, allowing a goal with 28.9 seconds left for their 7th lost in 10 games

CHICAGO — If Carolina Hurricanes coach Rod Brind’Amour characterized Tuesday’s loss to the Chicago Blackhawks as “weird,” it’s a wonder what he made of his team’s 4-3 win in the rematch Thursday at the United Center. Odd bounces and ricochets abounded on both sides. — Dominik Kubalik used a defender’s stick to help push in a goal, his 12th of the season. — Dylan Strome redirected a shot that bounced off the ice, hopped up and squirted underneath James Reimer’s arm for a goal, his seventh. — Warren Foegele looked like a pool hustler, banking his first goal off Duncan Keith’s skate and backhandi…

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