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”I had a little tired legs there at the end.” Andrew Shaw scored in the third period and Crawford had 16 saves in Chicago’s first loss in three games. The overtime began with a nice stop by Crawford on Paul Byron ‘s breakaway opportunity just 40 seconds into the extra period. Brad Richards had a chance to win the game for the Blackhawks, but his tip off a nice pass from Duncan Keith went wide. ”They stole the game,” Chicago’s Marian Hossa said. ”We had so many shots after the first period, and we just kept going. We played well, but we couldn’t put the puck in the net. Their goalie, he deserves all the credit.” The Blackhawks played keepaway for much of the first two periods, but Hiller stepped up and the Flames jumped in front at 11:55 of the second. Joe Colborne won a faceoff with Jonathan Toews and sent the puck back to Wideman, who let loose with a long slap shot that went off the stick of Blackhawks rookie Trevor van Riemsdyk and into the net. That was the only goal until the Blackhawks were successful on their seventh power play with 5:45 left in regulation. With Wideman in the penalty box for hooking, Shaw tipped Patrick Sharp ‘s long slap shot past Hiller for his second goal. source:

NHL Recap – Calgary Flames at Chicago Blackhawks – Oct 15, 2014 –

Coyotes Hey, it’s Vincent Vega! No. 1 Star: Niclas Svedberg, Boston Bruins A 32-save night helped Svedberg to record his first career NHL shutout during a 4-0 victory over the Buffalo Sabres . The Bruins netminder was making his third career start, giving Tuukka Rask the night off. A pair of goals in the first and another pair in the second helped Boston send Buffalo to their second straight defeat via shutout. No. 2 Star: Jonas Gustavsson , Detroit Red Wings The former Toronto Maple Leaf exacted a bit of revenge on his former mates with a 30-save, 1-0 blanking. It was Gustavssons sixth NHL shutout and first since he was a member of the Leafs. The two sides went 0-0 through regulation and in overtime it was Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg putting home the winner with 9.9 seconds left: No. 3 Star: Jaden Schwartz , St. Louis Blues Schwartz became the 60th player in Blues history to record a hat trick as St. source:–svedberg-earns-first-shutout–schwartz-nets-trick-vs–coyotes-045903920.html

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Tomas Tatar also scored for the Red Wings. Boston had two great chances in the final minute of regulation, but Howard made a pad save on Dougie Hamilton, then knocked away Simon Gagne’s attempt to put in the rebound. FLAMES 2, BLACKHAWKS 1, OT CHICAGO (AP) Jonas Hiller made 49 saves and Mikael Backlund scored at 4:35 of overtime, lifting the Flames to a victory over the Blackhawks. Dennis Wideman also scored for the Flames, who were coming off a 3-2 win at Nashville on Tuesday. The Blackhawks controlled the action for much of the night, enjoying a whopping 50-18 advantage in shots on goal. But Hiller was outstanding and Backlund used a wrist shot to beat Corey Crawford on his glove side for his first goal of the season. Andrew Shaw scored in the third period for Chicago, and Crawford had 16 saves. COYOTES 7, OILERS 4 GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) Mikkel Boedker scored two of this three goals goal in the third period and added an assist, helping the Coyotes outlast the winless Oilers. Boedker scored in the first period and gave Arizona a two-goal lead midway through the third. He added an empty-net goal for his first career hat trick, giving him five goals in three games. Connor Murphy, Kyle Chipchura, Rob Klinkhammer and Martin Erat also scored for the Coyotes, who had 13 players with at least one point. source:


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