Nhl Recap – Chicago Blackhawks At New Jersey Devils – Dec 09, 2014 – Cbssports.com

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Chicago Blackhawks assign Auburn native Jeremy Morin to AHL Rockford

(AP) New Jersey Devils rookie Keith Kinkaid has never been a fan of the shootout, and that was long before he faced Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane in his first NHL start. Toews and Kane scored on the Blackhawks’ first two chances, and Chicago rallied late and earned its seventh straight victory, 3-2 over the Devils on Tuesday night. ”They are top guys in the NHL,” Kinkaid said after his outstanding 37-save performance ended in a loss. ”Obviously I was a little too far out on the Toews one, I wanted to get the leg out, and then Kane has a great set of hands. You never know what he is going to do.” Chicago had to work to get the best of the 25-year old Kinkaid, who was called up from Albany earlier Tuesday with the Devils playing the second game of a back-to-back set. New Jersey had the better of play for almost the first 25 minutes before the Blackhawks started showing why they are one of the NHL’s top teams. ”Early on, he was playing pretty well,” Toews said of Kinkaid. ”We threw some shots at him and I think, if anything, we built his confidence up a little bit throughout the game. Nowadays, even backups are strong, and you have to make their job as tough as you can.” Bryan Bickell and Duncan Keith had goals in regulation for Chicago, whose winning streak matches the NHL high for this season. Scott Darling made 22 saves, including two stops in the shootout. Jordin Tootoo and Stephen Gionta scored for New Jersey. source: http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/gametracker/recap/NHL_20141209_CHI@NJ

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Will the Loss of Corey Crawford Halt the Chicago Blackhawks’ Recent Turnaround? | Bleacher Report

The pressure of playing on the road in the NHL against desperate teams like New Jersey and Boston could get to either of the goalies, while the Islanders are developing into one of the better Eastern Conference teams. Calgary is in a playoff position right now, while Minnesota has been in the playoffs the last two seasons. All five of these teams are capable of challenging the Blackhawks and giving their backup goaltenders a difficult time. Corey Crawford is likely to miss the next eight games over the next two weeks. How many games will the Blackhawks win during his absence? Seven or more Four or less Submit Vote vote to see results Corey Crawford is likely to miss the next eight games over the next two weeks. How many games will the Blackhawks win during his absence? Seven or more Total votes: 39 The likelihood is the team will survive the Crawford injury on a short-term basis. The Blackhawks have been getting huge contributions from Patrick Kane (eight points in the last seven games), Jonathan Toews (three points in the last three games) and Duncan Keith (plus-eight in the last five games), while players like Brandon Saad (three goals in the last four games) and Marian Hossa (two goals vs. Nashville) are starting to come around after slow starts. source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2294179-will-the-loss-of-corey-crawford-halt-the-chicago-blackhawks-recent-turnaround


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