Brad Richards Scores Twice, Leads Blackhawks Past Kings | Fox Sports

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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. FOX SPORTS DAILY SUBSCRIBE 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. … This was the sixth time this season that Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane both failed to get a point for the Blackhawks, and the first time the team won (1-4-1). … The Blackhawks came in averaging an NHL-leading 36.5 shots on net. … Chicago’s only power-play opportunity came when Robyn Regehr was sent off for hooking with 10:37 left in the third period. source:

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DENVER, CO - NOVEMBER 26: Brent Seabrook #7 of the Chicago Blackhawks takes a shot into the defense of the Colorado Avalanche as goalie Calvin Pickard #31 of the Colorado Avalanche defends the net at Pepsi Center on November 26, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Quenneville said Crawford suffered the injury off the ice. Quenneville was unsure if Crawford might miss an extended amount of time. “He’s being evaluated right now, so we’ll know more [Wednesday,]” Quenneville said after the team’s practice. Crawford is 12-5-1 with a 1.87 goals-against average and .929 save percentage this season. He ranks fourth in the league in goals-against average and fifth in save percentage. He has started the last 14 games for the Blackhawks. Antti Raanta will start for the Blackhawks on Wednesday. He is 1-2-0 with a 2.03 goals-against average and .933 save percentage this season. He last played for the Blackhawks on Oct. 25. He played one game for the Rockford IceHogs of the AHL on Nov. 16. source:

Subban , occupies the second spot in the overall leaderboard, with 240,362 votes, while Chicago Blackhawks teammates Patrick Kane (216,261), Jonathan Toews (212,994), Duncan Keith (208,086), Corey Crawford (174,466) and Brent Seabrook (154,865) continue to rule the top 10. Nearly 8.5 million votes from more than 170 countries have been cast to date. The top vote-getters by position are forwards Girgenson, Sidney Crosby (218,672) of the Pittsburgh Penguins, and Kane; defensemen Subban and Keith; and goaltender Carey Price (204,923) of the Canadiens. Voting opened on Nov. 20 and, according to the league, nearly 8.5 million votes have been cast already. ( You can vote here , by the way.) If youre wondering how Girgensons is already hovering around the 400K mark and nearly 160K up on the second-place Subban well, the Buffalo News has you covered : Whats behind this clear voting anomaly? Has to be foreign ballot stuffing from his native Latvia. Ive seen the votes. Ive seen it. Theres not a lot I have to do with it. Its not me voting, Girgensons said today just before leaving the Bell Centre after the Sabres optional skate. source:

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Won three straight, finally got cap relief for Voynov incident. (14) 8. Nashville Predators. Forsberg a stunning plus-20 to lead league. (7) 9. Boston Bruins. Host Pens Monday night in game of the week. (13) 10. St. Louis Blues. Just one goal in two losses to start road trip. (6) 11. source:

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Washington was 2-for-2 on the power play and the Islanders were 2-for-3; either both teams are really good on the man advantage or really bad on the penalty kill … Alex Ovechkin scored 2 power play goals in the 3-2 OT loss to NYI; John Tavares netted the winner on the power play (natch) … My, what wonderful power play passing skills you have, Pittsburgh Penguins … … Martin St. Louis was honored by the Lightning in his first return to Tampa since the trade … The Bolts spoiled the homecoming for St. Louis on the back of 3-point nights from Steven Stamkos, and the other half of the trade sending Marty to New York, Ryan Callahan … With the Panthers up 1-0 against Carolina, Al Montoya took over in net for Roberto Luongo, who suffered an upper-body injury, and held the score to get his team the win … Martin Jones gave Jonathan Quick another night off as the Kings shelled Minnesota 4-0. All the Kings goals came in the first period including this wacky deflection… … source:–leafs–caps-downed-in-ot–patrick-kane–boy-wizard–captain-pickard-070423783.html

Corey Crawford of Chicago Blackhawks won’t play vs. St. Louis Blues due to lower-body injury – ESPN Chicago

The Blackhawks (14-8-1) have totaled 25 goals while winning five of six overall. “We’ve got one more game left (on the trip) and we’ll be able to go home for a few days and relax,” Patrick Kane, who had two goals, told the team’s official website. “Might as well finish on a strong note.” Kane has heated up with six goals and seven assists in his past seven games. He had two goals and eight assists over the last four games of last season’s memorable conference finals versus Los Angeles. Jonathan Toews has six goals and nine assists in his last 10 regular-season games against the Kings. He’s scored six of his 10 goals away from home, including three on this six-game trip. Chicago had at least one power-play goal in six straight games before going 0 for 5 Friday. The unit still ranks among the NHL’s best with 19 goals, though the Kings have an impressive 89.7 penalty-kill percentage at home. Jeff Carter had five goals and Tyler Toffoli added four to help Los Angeles beat Chicago in the conference finals. Toffoli snapped a four-game goal drought Wednesday, while Carter will try to do the same in this contest. Williams hopes to extend a six-game point streak in which he’s scored three times with four assists. source:–nhl.html


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