Blackhawks Rally For Four Goals In 3rd Period | Valley News

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Toews, Hossa lead Blackhawks in 7-1 rout of Oilers – Yahoo Sports

Hertl scored at 18:46 of the first period on a Sharks two-on-one drive to the net. His shot skittered underneath Carolina defenseman Andrej Sekera and between the pads of Anton Khudobin. Joe Thornton added an empty-net goal with 7.3 seconds left in the game for the Sharks. San Jose (10-8-2), playing its sixth game of a seven-game road trip, evened their record to 3-3 on the trip. The Sharks have played 15 of their first 21 games on the road and will play at Buffalo on Tuesday before returning home. Wild 4, Jets 3, OT St. Paul Marco Scandella scored at 1:01 of overtime after missing two games with an illness to give Minnesota the win over Winnipeg. Minnesota was reeling after blowing a 3-0 lead in the third period and getting outplayed by the scrappy Jets. But Scandellas third goal of the season a low wrist shot from just inside the blue line that beat Michael Hutchinson prevented the Wild from losing their second game this year after losing a three-goal lead. Canadiens 4, Red Wings 1 Detroit Brendan Gallagher had a goal and an assist while Dustin Tokarski made 28 saves as Montreal beat Detroit. source: http://www.vnews.com/sports/14392655-95/blackhawks-rally-for-four-goals-in-3rd-period

Kane scores late goal, gives Blackhawks 4-3 win over Flames | Star Tribune

Whats up: Patrick Kane is off to another fine start at age 26. He scored a dazzling goal Thursday to help the Blackhawks beat the Calgary Flames and has maintained close to a point-per-game average. Background: A native of Buffalo, N.Y., Kane was the No. 1 pick in the 2007 NHL draft and has helped Chicago win two Stanley Cups. He scored the overtime goal that gave Chicago the Cup in 2009. He is a colorful player and personality, and has cleaned up his reputation since some off-ice incidents early in his career. Daters take: Kane has been a top NHL player for a while, though its surprising that he has scored 30 goals in a season only once in his career. He can be streaky but always seems to bring it in the biggest games. Kane and Jonathan Toews signed long-term contract extensions last season and figure to torture NHL goalies for a long time. Kanes stick-handling ability might be the best in the league. source: http://blogs.denverpost.com/avs/2014/11/22/patrick-kane-spotlight-blackhawks-right-wing/20151/?source=rss

The Flames answered less than two minutes later. Glencross set up a wide-open Monahan at the side of the net for his eighth goal, all scored in the last 12 games. Halfway through the second period, the Blackhawks led 2-0 and were outshooting Calgary 10-3. An interference penalty on Chicago’s Marcus Kruger turned around the momentum. Late in an effective power play, the Flames capitalized with Byron knocking in a rebound after Crawford made a pad stop off Josh Jooris. As the goal was scored, Niklas Hjalmarsson tripped Monahan, putting Calgary back onto the power play. The Flames scored again with Wideman’s slap shot from the blue line going in at 14:38. It was the eighth goal for Wideman, who had only four last season. He leads NHL defensemen. The two power-play goals in 54 seconds equaled the number of goals Chicago’s penalty-killers had surrendered in the previous 14 games. source: http://www.startribune.com/sports/wild/283446941.html

EPIX Teams with National Hockey League for Two-Part, Eight-Episode Series, EPIX Presents Road To The NHL Winter Classic & EPIX Presents Road To The NHL Stadium Series | Business Wire

Scrivens was pulled after allowing five goals on 13 shots, with backup Viktor Fasth coming in to replace him. The move didn’t do much as the Blackhawks scored on their second shot on Fasth, with Keith moving in from the point and unleashing a hard shot for the goal. The three goals to start the second period came in a span of 2:31, giving the Blackhawks six goals at a time the Oilers had just five shots. Edmonton finally broke Crawford’s shutout bid with 12 minutes left in the second period as Perron tipped Justin Schultz’s shot into the net for his second of the season. NOTES: It was the first of three games this season between the two teams. The Blackhawks swept three games from the Oilers last year, scoring five goals in each. The last time Chicago lost in Edmonton was on Feb. 2, 2012, a game in which Sam Gagner recorded eight points for the Oilers. … Antti Raanta was expected to get the start in net for Chicago but came down with an illness before the game, forcing Crawford to play in goal without a backup on the bench. Forward Phillip Danault made his NHL debut after being called up from the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League on Friday. Danault was Chicago’s first-round pick, 26th overall, in 2011. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/toews-hossa-lead-blackhawks-7-1-rout-oilers-060058686–nhl.html

Patrick Kane: Spotlight on the Blackhawks right wing

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For more information about the series and to access the Press Brochure visit http://press.epixhd.com/programming/epix-presents-road-to-the-nhl-winter-classic/ . To download a PDF of the booklet go to: http://press.epixhd.com . EPIX Presents Road To The NHL Winter Classic and EPIX Presents Road To The NHL Stadium Series are EPIX Original series. Ross Greenburg is the executive producer, Johnson McKelvy is the coordinating producer, Fritz Mitchell is the senior producer, Mike Greenburg, Alicia Zubikowski, Peter Rogaris and Jonathan Fierro are the producers, Aaron Cohen is the writer, Peter Franchella is the director of photography and John Sands and Wayne Sharpe are the composers. Ross Bernard is the executive producer for EPIX, Jill Burkhart is the producer for EPIX and Valerie Bishop is the associate producer for EPIX. About the NHL The National Hockey League (NHL), founded in 1917, consists of 30 Member Clubs, each reflecting the Leagues international makeup with players from more than 20 countries represented on team rosters, vying for the most cherished and historic trophy in professional sports the Stanley Cup. Every year the NHL entertains more than 250 million fans in-arena and through its partners on national television and radio; more than 10 million fans on its social platforms; and more than 300 million fans online at NHL.com. In Canada, the 2014-15 season marks the beginning of a landmark 12-year broadcast and multimedia agreement with Rogers Communications, which includes national rights to NHL games on all platforms in all languages. In the U.S., the NHL is in the fourth season of its 10-year agreement with NBC and NBCSN, the 10th consecutive season both networks have served as national television partners. The NHL is committed to giving back to the community with programs including: Hockey is for Everyone, which supports nonprofit youth hockey organizations across North America; Hockey Fights Cancer, raising money for local and national cancer organizations; NHL Green, which is committed to pursuing sustainable business practices; and a partnership with the You Can Play Project, which is committed to supporting the LGBT community and fighting homophobia in sports. The NHL received three 2014 Sports Business Awards: Sports League of the Year, Sports Executive of the Year recognizing Commissioner Gary Bettman, and Sports Event of the Year for the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic. For more information, visit NHL.com. source: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20141119006420/en/EPIX-Teams-National-Hockey-League-Two-Part-Eight-Episode

 

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