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David Backes helped off after hit by Brent Seabrook

The St. Louis Blues tied Game 2 with just seconds remaining in the third period, but it may have cost them their captain in the process. A major penalty was issued to Chicago's Brent Seabrook after he knocked Blues captain David Backes out of the game.

Blues captain forced to leave game, Hawks defenceman issued major penalty

The St. Louis Blues tied Game 2 with just seconds remaining in the third period, but it may have cost them their captain in the process.

Vladimir Tarasenko's tying goal with seven seconds left in the third came about in part because the Blackhawks were busy killing a five-minute charging major issued to defenceman Brent Seabrook after this hit on the Blues' David Backes:

The NHL announced that Seabrook will have a phone hearing on Sunday.

Will Seabrook receive supplemental discipline for this hit? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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