Brad Richards 2 Goals Lead Chicago Blackhawks Over L.a.b Kings | Fox Sports

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Kane scores twice to lead Blackhawks past Ducks | FOX Sports

Trailing 2-0, the Kings got on the board at 5:53 of the second period when defenseman Jake Muzzin’s slap shot from the left point hit the shaft of Nolan’s stick and fluttered between Crawford’s pads. HIGHLIGHT: Jordan Nolan redirects the puck into the net to get the @LAKings on the board against the @NHLBlackhawks . http://t.co/bw9qV3rHVB Kings Vision (@KingsVision) November 30, 2014 It was the first goal in 14 games this season for Nolan, who would have been a healthy scratch if not for Marian Gaborik’s upper-body injury. Chicago regained its two-goal margin at 8:14 of the second on a rush in which four players touched the puck in the Kings end. Richards converted Michal Rozsival’s pass at the left of the net for his sixth goal and third in two games. Richards failed to score a goal for the New York Rangers during last season’s Stanley Cup finals. Always tip well pic.twitter.com/zHKRaXzHAa LA Kings (@LAKings) November 30, 2014 Carcillo opened the scoring at 1:52 of the first, batting in his own rebound after the Kings won a faceoff in their zone and turned over the puck. Just 28 seconds after serving Crawford’s tripping penalty, Kris Versteeg took the puck away from Quick and Matt Greene behind the net and found Richards at the left of the crease for a one-timer that beat Quick with 2:01 left in the first. NOTES: Kings D Alec Martinez missed his seventh straight game because of an upper-body injury. … source: http://www.foxsports.com/west/story/richards-2-goals-lead-blackhawks-over-kings-112914

* The Blackhawks saw their season-high three game winning streak come to an end in a 4-1 loss to Vancouver on Sunday. Chicago has lost each of its last three games overall with the Avs its longest active losing streak against any opponent. * Colorado, which will be looking to win three in a row for the first time this season, has won four of its last five games after winning just four times in its first 17 to open the season. * Kris Versteeg has seven points (3g, 4a) during his current four-game point streak, while lighting the lamp in two straight and three of those four contests. Versteeg has two goals (and six assists) in 14 career games against the Avs. * Gabriel Landeskog scored two goals against Arizona on Tuesday for his first multi-goal performance of the season, while extending his current point streak to four games (2g, 4a). Landeskog has six goals in his career against Chicago tied for the most goals in his career against any opponent (6 vs. Minnesota). * Corey Crawford is winless (0-4-2) with a 4.38 GAA in his last six starts against Colorado and will be seeking his first victory over them since October 20, 2011. Crawfords 1.98 GAA is the second-best mark among all NHL goalies this season (minimum 15 starts). source: http://wgntv.com/2014/11/26/blackhawks-game-notes-for-wednesday-colorado-2/

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He took a run at Johnny Oduya from at least 40 feet away and sent him crashing against the boards between the benches as Oduya was carrying the puck up ice with his head down. ”My view was that (Oduya) was falling and he was turning at the same time,” Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said. ”Palmi didn’t change his direction, didn’t hit him in the head – just kept following through with the check. I think because the Chicago bench stood up and everybody made a big deal about it, that’s why the penalty was called.” Crawford, making his 13th consecutive start, didn’t have to face a shot during the first 7 1-2 minutes with his teammates dominating play at the other end. Richards gave the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead at the 7:58 mark, beating Andersen to the glove side with a 35-foot wrist shot at the end of a 2-on-1 rush. ”We talked about it before the game, that the forwards were going to have to help the D today,” Boudreau said. ”Chicago was on a mission, and that’s as good as they’ve played against us in a long time. They took it to us from the drop of the puck, and that’s when you need your experience to come through.” FOX SPORTS DAILY SUBSCRIBE Shaw made it 2-0 at 13:30 of the first, redirecting the puck past Andersen’s left leg from the low slot after Duncan Keith set him up from the left circle. By then, Chicago had an 11-1 shot advantage, and Boudreau burned his only timeout. The Blackhawks didn’t get a shot on net the rest of the period, and Anaheim got on the board with Lindholm’s goal 3:11 before intermission. source: http://www.foxsports.com/nhl/story/patrick-kane-leads-blackhawks-past-ducks-112814

Kane’s 5th goal in 7 games helps Blackhawks win | Boston Herald

“Getting up 2-0 was huge. But I thought the third period was our best period, to be honest. We really took it to them, but we couldn’t capitalize because their goaltender was awesome and kept them in the game.” Corey Crawford made 23 saves, helping the Blackhawks win for the fifth time in six games. Defenseman Hampus Lindholm scored for the two-time defending Pacific Division champions and Andersen stopped 34 shots in his first career appearance against Chicago. “They were the better team today,” Anaheim center Ryan Kesler said. “I can sit here and make excuses, but we just weren’t good enough. We have a lot of NHL-caliber players in here. Freddie played a great game, and we let him down.” The Blackhawks were leading 3-1 when Anaheim’s Kyle Palmieri received a 5-minute boarding penalty and an automatic game misconduct with 9.4 seconds left in the second period. He took a run at Johnny Oduya from at least 40 feet away and sent him crashing against the boards between the benches as Oduya was carrying the puck up ice with his head down. “My view was that (Oduya) was falling and he was turning at the same time,” Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said. “Palmi didn’t change his direction, didn’t hit him in the head just kept following through with the check. I think because the Chicago bench stood up and everybody made a big deal about it, that’s why the penalty was called.” Crawford, making his 13th consecutive start, didn’t have to face a shot during the first 7 1-2 minutes with his teammates dominating play at the other end. source: http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/bruins_nhl/nhl_coverage/2014/11/kanes_5th_goal_in_7_games_helps_blackhawks_win

 

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