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Tatar added his fifth 1:10 later when he sent in a rebound of Joakim Anderssons shot. The Blackhawks were outshot 20-8 in the period. The two-goal lead was plenty for Jimmy Howard, who stopped 25 shots for his seventh victory. Luke Glendening put Detroit on the board six minutes in when he backhanded a rebound of Drew Millers shot past Corey Crawford, who finished with 32 saves. Patrick Kane scored Chicagos lone goal during a power play later in the first. Brendan Smith put the game away with an empty-net goal. The Blackhawks goal came less than a minute after Howard made three point-blank saves to deny Kane. Howard didnt have to work nearly as hard the rest of the night. The game matched the NHLs two best penalty-killing teams, and Chicago kept its league-best average above 90 percent after holding the Red Wings without a goal on three power plays. Detroit welcomed back center Pavel Datsyuk, who had an assist after missing two games because of a sore groin. NOTES: Blackhawks D Johnny Oduya was back after being forced out of Tuesdays win against Tampa Bay when he blocked a shot. Red Wings RW Tomas Jurco, a healthy scratch the previous three games, returned to the lineup. source: http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/11/14/red-wings-beat-blackhawks-4-1/

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Aaron Ekblad, Jimmy Hayes and Brian Campbell scored for Florida, and Vincent Trocheck had two assists. Roberto Luongo made 30 saves. Jonathan Huberdeau scored the only goal in the shootout for Florida. The Panthers scored twice in the final 10 minutes of the third period to tie it. RED WINGS 4, BLACKHAWKS 1 DETROIT (AP) Johan Franzen and Tomas Tatar both scored during Detroit’s dominant second period, and the Red Wings beat Chicago. Franzen scored his fifth goal, with an assist from Henrik Zetterberg, at 4:49 of the second to break a 1-1 tie. Tatar added his fifth 1:10 later when he sent in a rebound of Joakim Andersson’s shot. The Blackhawks were outshot 20-8 in the period. The two-goal lead was plenty for Jimmy Howard, who stopped 25 shots for his seventh victory. Luke Glendening put Detroit on the board six minutes in when he backhanded a rebound of Drew Miller’s shot past Corey Crawford, who finished with 32 saves. Patrick Kane scored Chicago’s lone goal during a power play later in the first. source: http://www.newstribune.com/news/2014/nov/14/fridays-nhl-capsules/

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Holtby made 27 saves. PENGUINS 2, MAPLE LEAFS 1 TORONTO (AP) – Pascal Dupuis netted two goals, and Sidney Crosby reclaimed sole possession of the NHL scoring lead with an assist in Pittsburgh’s win over Toronto. The Penguins (11-3-1) bounced back from a 5-0 loss at the New York Rangers on Tuesday and killed all six Maple Leafs power plays. Toronto scored three man-advantage goals in a win over Boston on Wednesday. Cody Franson scored a third-period goal for Toronto (9-6-2). Jonathan Bernier was solid in stopping 39 Pittsburgh shots. Penguins backup Thomas Greiss made 30 saves, including 13 in the third period. BLUE JACKETS 4, FLYERS 3 PHILADELPHIA (AP) – James Wisniewski and Nick Foligno both scored two goals, and Columbus snapped a nine-game losing streak by topping Philadelphia. Ryan Johansen had four assists for the Blue Jackets , who tallied three goals on the power play and avoided a team record for consecutive losses. Jakub Voracek , Claude Giroux and Michael Del Zotto scored for Philadelphia, which had won three straight but hadn’t played in nearly a week. Foligno broke a 2-2 tie with 10:13 left in the second period. source: http://www.foxsports.com/nhl/story/nhl-capsules-111414

 

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