Chicago Blackhawks Vs. Detroit Red Wings – Recap – November 14, 2014 – Espn

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“We served up a second pizza,” Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said of the first two goals his team allowed. “The first goal was a tough play and the second goal was a tough play.” Patrick Kane had a giveaway to set up Franzen’s game winner. “It’s unforgivable to make a turnover that bad,” he said. “Pretty sloppy game. A lot of turnovers, a lot of giveaways.” Detroit hadn’t played since Sunday and seemed much fresher in the second period. That was fine with Red Wings coach Mike Babcock. “It’s always nice to look fast against a good opponent,” he said. “I thought we did a real good job in the second period to tilt the rink a little bit. “I like us to play fast; I like us to play in attack mode.” 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. Kane scored Chicago’s 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. source: http://scores.espn.go.com/nhl/recap?gameId=400564094

NHL schedule 2014: No rest for the weary with several back-to-backs on Sunday – SBNation.com

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The second half of the weekend kicks off with a bunch of teams playing on the second half of a back-to-back. Seven of the 12 teams in action on Sunday played on Saturday night, meaning there should be plenty of sloppy hockey to go around as players skate on tired legs. The Montreal Canadiens visit the Detroit Red Wings at 7 p.m. ET on a high, coming off a dominant 6-3 win over Philadelphia at home. Montreal scored on each of the three power play opportunities they had in the win, and the Red Wings will have to find a way to slow them down on the man advantage if they want to defend home ice successfully. Elsewhere, the Chicago Blackhawks play host to a struggling Dallas Stars team at 7 p.m. ET. Dallas has lost eight of ten after losing to Minnesota at home on Saturday. The Stars need to dig out of their slump fast before they lose too much ground in the Central Division, but playing the Blackhawks in Chicago has not been kind to them over the past few years. The Pacific Division closes out the weekend with a late game in Edmonton between the Oilers and Arizona Coyotes at 9 p.m. ET. It was a blowout for Arizona the last time these two teams faced, as Mikkel Boedker registered his first hat trick in a 7-4 win on October 15. source: http://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2014/11/16/7228109/2014-nhl-schedule-canadiens-red-wings-stars-blackhawks-coyotes-oilers

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Corey Crawford, who starts in net Friday, stopped 57 shots in the victories. His 1.76 goals-against average ranks near the top of the NHL. In front of Crawford, the Blackhawks have utilized an array of contributions. Seven players scored Chicago’s seven goals in the last two games. Detroit (7-3-5) enters with points in each of its last three games and, more notably, has the hottest power-play unit in the league. The Red Wings have scored two power-play goals in each of the past three games, their longest streak for multiple power-play goals since Feb. 15-20, 2009. “We’re getting the puck back, moving the puck quicker and really attacking when we get it,” said forward Gustav Nyquist, who leads the team with four goals on the man advantage and eight overall. “… The biggest thing is we’re attacking more and getting the puck back and getting those second and third opportunities.” That success will be challenged by the Blackhawks, who own the league’s top penalty-kill percentage at 91.7. Pavel Datsyuk hopes to play after missing Detroit’s last two games with a sore groin. Historically, however, Datsyuk has provided little help against Chicago. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/blackhawks-red-wings-preview-004225173–nhl.html

(AP) – Brittney Martin hit 10 of 14 shots, made four steals and scored 27 points as No. 21 Oklahoma State broke away from Texas Southern 77-58 on Sunday. Liz Donohoe added 19 points for the Cowgirls (2-0), Roshunda Johnson added 13 points with five assists and LaShawn Jones finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brianna Sidney scored 14 for Texas Southern (0-1). The Tigers stayed fairly close to Oklahoma State for a half, closing to within 42-33 when Diamonisha Sophus scored right after halftime. But in the next few minutes, Texas Southern missed five shots, turned the ball over four times and committed two fouls, and trailed 51-33 by the time they scored again on a Sidney 3-pointer. Martin scored four of her points in that span and had two steals as the lead stayed nine points or better. The Cowgirls finished with 14 steals and forced 25 turnovers. T25-UTPA-TEXAS A&M Walker helps No. 5 Texas A&M hold off UTPA 63-61 CHICAGO (AP) – Courtney Walker scored 17 points while Taylor Cooper added 11 to help No. 5 Texas A&M escape Texas-Pan American’s upset bid with a 63-61 victory on Sunday. Jordan Jones added 10 points while Achiri Ade had 16 rebounds for the Aggies (3-0), who won the four-team Maggie Dixon Classic championship at DePaul. source: http://www.myfoxdfw.com/story/27401129/latest-texas-sports

 

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