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Conference III Championship Belt Tale of The Tape: Winnipeg at Chicago, 23 December 2014

by J.R.

Tonight, Chicago defends the Conference III Belt against Winnipeg, as the Jets get their second chance of the year at the strap. They’ll try to end Chicago’s run that began earlier this month.

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale of The Tape: Chicago at Nashville, 6 December 2014

by J.R.

Tonight, Chicago rolls into Nashville for its first defense of the Conference III Belt of the 2014-15 season — and Nashville gets its first shot at the strap in the new campaign. The Hawks and Preds met for the Belt three times last season, with Nashville winning twice.

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Conference III Championship Tale Of The Tape: Nashville at Chicago, 22 March 2014

by J.R.

Tonight, in a Sunday special, the Conference III Belt is on the line as Nashville travels to Chicago as the Predators try to become the third member of the three-Belt club along with the Blackhawks and Blues.

This is the third time Nashville and Chicago have met for the Belt, with each team winning once, bookending a Nashville title run.

Let’s see how they stack up!

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale of the Tape: St. Louis at Chicago, 19 March 2014

by J.R.

For the fourth time this season, the Blues and Blackhawks — the top rivalry in Conference III — will face off for the Conference III Belt.

And for the first time, the Crown of Fecal Matter will go to the loser of a Belt match.

Can St. Louis hold the belt? Can Chicago shed the hat?

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Conference III Czech List

by J.R.

The Czechs have announced their Olympic roster and there’s four Conference III representatives:

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale Of The Tape: Chicago at St. Louis, 28 December 2013

by J.R.

Tonight, Chicago travels to St. Louis to defend the Conference III Championship Belt for the second time in two days, after Patrick Sharp got hats and a belt for his birthday with the Hawks retaining by virtue of a 7-2 win over Colorado Friday night.

This is the third time the Blues and Blackhawks have squared off for the belt with St. Louis winning the first two back in October during their season-opening belt run.

Let’s see how they stack up:

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale Of The Tape: Chicago at Nashville, 17 December 2013

by J.R.

Tonight, the Chicago Blackhawks return to Bridgestone Arena to try and regain the Conference III Championship Belt at the place they lost it. The Nashville Predators try to continue their record belt run.

Let’s see how they stack up:

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Thursday Thirteen: Fall Fell

by J.R.

Every Thursday we bring you the III Communication’s Conference III Power Rankings, the Thursday Thirteen.

This week, we’re feeling autumnal.

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Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh: Conference III Camp Report, 16 September 2013

by J.R.

hmhf45aAs camps continue in Conference III, we’ll do a daily check-in on what’s happening across The Heptarchy. Most of the time, frankly, this is going to be by Twitter search or maybe Google if we are feeling especially inspired. Sometimes the Nashville report may be done in person. We’ll see if our buddy Gord Stinkhole wants to check in from Winnipeg. And if any of y’all have any insights from a camp visit, fire ‘em to conferencethree[at]gmail[dot]com. We’ll totally rip off your content.

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Hot August Nights: Chicago Blackhawks

by J.R.

jls82aFor the next seven nights, III Communication presents “Hot August Nights.” At one minute past sundown local time we’ll be reviewing the off-seasons of each Conference III team using the songs of American legend Neil Diamond.

First up, your defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.

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