After head-butting a goal against the Anaheim Ducks, Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw received a care package from the Chicago Fire which included a scarf, hat, soccer ball and a personalized jersey.
The Fire felt inspired by the Shaw’s head-butt goal, and they scored two header goals of their own against the Columbus Crew.
The first fire goal came off a cross from Kennedy Igboananike and David Accam headed it in.
To tie the game, defenseman Eric Gehrig crossed the ball to Jason Johnson, who nodded the ball in.
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The Fire and Crew ended in a 2-2 tie, but the two header goals were impressive.