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Blackhawks Daily: Lawsuit Updates; Oilers in trouble after loss to Canucks

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A second lawsuit was filed against the Chicago Blackhawks, indicating 15 counts of negligence stemming from the actions of former video coach Brad Aldrich. During a press conference yesterday, the law firm represented John Doe indicated that it was not a money grab and that the victim was inspired by Kyle Beach’s courage in coming forward.

CHN will continue to provide updates as they happen.

On the ice, the Edmonton Oilers continue to spiral as they fell to the Vancouver Canucks 6-2 last night. Considered a Stanley Cup contender, they’ve looked anything but that so far this season. Approaching the American Thanksgiving predictor period, they might be considering changes if things don’t turn around.

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