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NHL Recap – Ottawa Senators at Chicago Blackhawks – Oct 26, 2014 – CBSSports.com

“I thought it was our best four-line rotation of the year,” coach Joel Quenneville said. Patrick Kane recorded his 500th career point with an assist on Toews’ goal. “I didn’t really even think about it,” Kane said. “It’s just a number to be honest with you, so hopefully there’s many more to come. It’s a pretty cool milestone. I’ll remember this one for sure.” Antti Raanta had started the previous three contests with Crawford nursing an upper-body injury before Chicago-area native Scott Darling made his NHL debut with a 32-save effort against the Senators. “We needed him early in the game, and he was settled down, patient,” Quenneville said. “He controlled his rebounds, handled the puck well.” Crawford, 3-0-1 with a 1.66 goals-against average, participated in Tuesday’s morning skate but isn’t quite ready to play. He could return as soon as Thursday, but Darling will get his second straight start in this contest. Andersen had won 10 straight regular-season starts – six this season – with a 1.77 GAA prior to the loss to the Sharks. source: http://stats.chicago.cbslocal.com/nhl/preview.asp?g=2014102804

Blackhawks Game Notes For Tuesday vs. Anaheim | WGN-TV

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* The Ducks saw their seven-game winning streak come to an end in their 4-1 loss to San Jose on Sunday. Anaheim has scored at least three goals in seven games this season the second-most in the NHL (San Jose, 8). * The Blackhawks have won each of their last three home games, however, two of those contests were decided by just one goal. Four of Chicagos five wins this season have come at home. * Corey Perry has four goals and one assist in his last three games overall and has collected at least one point in all four of his road contests this season (4g, 2a). Perry has 29 points (13g, 16a) in 32 career games against Chicago. * Of Patrick Sharps eight points this season, six have come on the power-play. Sharp has just two points (both assists) in his last five games against Anaheim. * Chicago has not allowed a power-play goal in four-straight games and owns the third-best penalty-kill percentage in the NHL this season at 92.0. source: http://wgntv.com/2014/10/28/blackhawks-game-notes-for-tuesday-vs-anaheim-2/

Neal’s hat trick lifts Predators past Chicago 3-2 | The Journal Gazette

Chris Phillips fired a rebound wide of a half-open net with 3:45 left. NOTES: Crawford has resumed skating. … Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said LW Daniel Carcillo is expected to miss four weeks because of a right knee injury sustained Saturday at St. Louis. … Only one referee, Steve Kozari, worked the game because fellow official Eric Furlatt was ill. … Goalies from the Chicago area have faced each other in an NHL game at least once before. On Feb. 20, 2012, Chicago native Al Montoya entered in relief for the host New York Islanders against Ottawa’s Anderson. … source: http://www.startribune.com/sports/wild/280477512.html

Blackhawks beat Senators 2-1 in solid debut by rookie goalie Scott Darling | Star Tribune

Michalek tied it with a short-handed goal at 7:08 when he completed a nifty 2-on-1 rush with Alex Chiasson from the doorstep. Michalek and Chiasson raced down the ice against Brent Seabrook after Brad Richards failed to hold the puck in the Ottawa zone. Seabrook’s screened power-play goal with 6:22 left in the second put Chicago back ahead. Seabrook fired a shot from the blue line with Bryan Bickell parked in front. Darling was sharp in the third. Chris Phillips fired a rebound wide of a half-open net with 3:45 left. NOTES: Crawford has resumed skating. … Quenneville said LW Daniel Carcillo is expected to miss four weeks because of a right knee injury sustained Saturday at St. Louis. … source: http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/gametracker/recap/NHL_20141026_OTT@CHI

NHL Three Stars: Darling wins historic NHL debut; ‘That 70s Line’ leads Kings | Puck Daddy – Yahoo Sports

Darling made 32 saves, including 16 in the third period as the Blackhawks edged the Ottawa Senators 2-1. To get an idea of just how far Darling has come, check out Chris Peters’ story . No. 2 Stars: That 70s Line, Los Angeles Kings The trio of Jeff Carter (1 goal, 3 assists), Tanner Pearson (2 goals) and Tyler Toffoli (1 goal, 3 assists) combined for four goals and 10 points as the Kings downed the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-2, sweeping a six-game homestand. One of Pearsons goals came via a homerun pass by Toffoli and an extra effort by no. 70: No. 3 Star: Nick Bonino , Vancouver Canucks The Canucks doubled up the Washington Capitals 4-2 Sunday night, with Bonino factoring in on pair of goals. He first scored his third of the season late in the second perod to give Vancouver a 2-1 lead. Just 25 seconds later, he would set up Luca Sbisas first of the year, which would stand as the game winner. Honorable Mention: The Winnipeg Jets ended their five-game homestand with a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche . Bryan Littles goal with 25 remaining in overtime was his fifth of the year: Andrew Ladd scored his 100th goal with the Thrashers/Jets franchise Dustin Byfuglien , meanwhile, was hitting everything: Tim Erixon and Liam O’Brien tallied their first NHL goals Patrick Kanes assist on Jonathan Toews second period goal was his 500th NHL point Antti Niemi made 33 saves and the San Jose Sharks got goals from Tommy Wingels, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Joe Pavelski and Brent Burns en route to a 4-1, fight-filled win over the Anaheim Ducks . Did You Know? source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–darling-wins-historic-nhl-debut—that-70s-line–leads-kings-041637257.html

Ben Smith and Andrew Shaw scored for Chicago. With Chicago trailing 3-1, Shaw tipped a rebound past goalie Pekka Rinne at 12:36 of the third. That gave Chicago fans making the trip down for the game a reason to get loud again. The Blackhawks pulled goalie Antti Raanta for the extra attacker. Rinne gloved the puck out of the air with 1:18 left with Shaw trying to score. Chicago coach Joel Quenneville took his timeout, but the Blackhawks couldnt beat Rinne despite outshooting Nashville 32-27. The Blackhawks left goalie Corey Crawford at home for this two-game road swing because of an upper body injury, and Raanta got his second straight start. The Predators outshot Chicago early with a flurry of action in front of Raanta. But Smith flipped a wrister over Rinnes outstretched leg off a rebound at 12:21 for a 1-0 lead for the Blackhawks. Nashville failed to take advantage of a power play when Marcus Kruger went to the box for high-sticking Colin Wilson, but defenseman Seth Jones found Neal with a nice cross-ice pass. Neal beat Raanta stick-side, tying it 1-1 in the final minute of the period. Chicago got its first man advantage at 13:07 of the second, and the Blackhawks took turns shooting at Rinne. source: http://www.journalgazette.net/article/20141023/SPORTS2004/141029759/-1/sports12

 

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