Nordstrom, Clendening Headed To Blackhawks – – Rockford’s News Leader

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The Stockholm, Sweden, native recorded eight points (5g, 3a), including three power-play goals, in 14 games with Rockford this season. Named the IceHogs captain on Oct. 28, Nordstrom notched a season-high two goals on Nov. 6 at Iowa. Nordstrom was the team’s third-round selection (90th overall) in the 2010 National Hockey League Draft. Clendening, 22, has registered four points (1g, 3a) in 16 games with Rockford this season. The Niagara Falls, N.Y., native has 109 points (22g, 87a) in 163 career games with the IceHogs. Clendening was named the 2013-14 IceHogs Co-Best Defenseman of the Year with Klas Dahlbeck and an AHL First Team All-Star. He was one of Chicago’s second-round selections (36th overall) in the 2011 NHL Draft. The Blackhawks return to action on Thursday when they face off against the Calgary Flames at 8 p.m. CT. The game can be seen on Comcast SportsNet and heard on WGN Radio AM-720 (also simulcast on 87.7FM The Game). source:

Blackhawks Game Notes For Saturday @ Edmonton | WGN-TV


Including a 7-0-0 mark this season, the Blackhawks have won 36 games when scoring 4+ goals since 2013-14 most of any NHL team. * The Blackhawks won all three games vs. the Oilers in 2013-14, scoring exactly five goals in each of those contests. Dating to the beginning of 2008-09, Chicago is 8-2-0 in its last 10 road tilts vs. Edmonton. * Patrick Kane scored the game-winning goal vs. Calgary on Thursday night, garnering first-star accolades, and lighting the lamp for the third straight game in the process. Kane has 21 points (7g, 14a) during his current 12-game scoring streak vs. the Oilers the longest active point streak by any skater against Edmonton. * Taylor Hall had at least one point in each of his three games vs. source:

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

Corey Crawford made 24 saves for the win. Hiller stopped 18 shots. Calgary had a chance to tie it when Johnny Gaudreau drew a penalty with 3:32 left. However, the Flames having scored twice already on the NHL’s No. 1 ranked penalty-killing team couldn’t score despite Curtis Glencross having a couple of chances in front. Chicago took its second lead when Seabrook got the puck in the slot and slapped a shot past Hiller at 10:52 of the second period. 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. source:


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