Roy Leads Oilers Past Blackhawks 5-2

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9, 2015, in Edmonton, Alberta. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jason Franson) 3 hours ago JASON FRANSON Local businesses offer you great deals on goods and services. BNR News Headlines Baraboo and Sauk County headlines delivered to your email inbox daily. Sauk County Weather Alerts BNR Sports Headlines Baraboo and Sauk County sports headlines delivered to your email inbox daily. I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site consitutes agreement to it’s user agreement & privacy policy. Copyright 2015, Wiscnews.com , 1901 Fish Hatchery Rd Madison, WI | Terms of Service and Privacy Policy | Find Area Businesses Find Area Businesses Signup Thank you for reading Please login or register at this time to enjoy articles and other website features as a registered user — or to enable your subscription. No Thanks Thanks for visiting You’re entitled to view free articles every 30 days, and you currently have free articles remaining before being asked to login or register. If you already have a digital subscription please log in with your existing account. If you are not a current subscriber, please log in or sign up for unlimited access to the number one source for local news and information, Wiscnews.com. Login here with a previously connected Facebook account. Login here with www.wiscnews.com account: Username & Password Required! source: http://www.wiscnews.com/sports/hockey/games/image_be26b0a9-1b8a-5b6f-92d0-1592ae9e7e27.html

Blackhawks-Oilers Preview – Yahoo Sports

The Blackhawks are looking to bounce back following Tuesday’s 2-0 loss to Colorado. Chicago recorded a season-high 54 shots but was blanked by Semyon Varlamov in suffering its first shutout since Nov. 2. Corey Crawford allowed both goals in the opening 1:17. The Blackhawks have given up the first goal in five straight games. “It’s frustrating,” forward Patrick Sharp told the team’s official website. “I think we can do a better job of getting to the net. I think the most frustrating part is the way we started the game again. Being down 2-0 quick like that changes the whole way the game is going to be played from there on out. We did generate a lot of shots on net. The second and third opportunities are where we needed to capitalize.” Chicago now heads out on the road, where it’s dropped three of four. “You worry about your next game and next shift as a player,” coach Joel Quenneville said. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/blackhawks-wild-preview-235401714–nhl.html

Blackhawks Game Notes For Friday @ Edmonton | WGN-TV

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In their only meeting this season on November 22, Chicago scored six unanswered goals to start the game en route to a 7-1 victory at Rexall Place. * Patrick Kane has a 13-game point streak against the Oilers with eight goals and 15 assists during the run. Kanes streak vs. Edmonton is the fifth longest active streak by a player vs. any NHL team. Sidney Crosbys 19-game streak against the Sabres is currently the longest. * Chicagos 4-2 road win over the Wild on Thursday marked the first time they scored the first goal in a game since December 21 against Toronto, a span of six games. * Jordan Eberle, Taylor Hall and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins are tri-leaders in points for the Oilers with 25. The only NHL teams that have team leaders with fewer points are the Panthers (Nick Bjugstad 24) and the Sabres (Tyler Ennis 24). * Ben Scrivens has stared nine out of the Oilers last 11 games, posting a 2-0-2 record in his last four starts, including his last win against the Islanders where he made 31 saves. In his last five games, he has posted a save percentage of .933 and a GAA of 1.99. * The Oilers are 0-4-5 against the Central Division this season. source: http://wgntv.com/2015/01/09/blackhawks-game-notes-for-friday-edmonton/

Blackhawks-Wild Preview – Yahoo Sports

They’ve reached the halfway point in the season with some work to do in the Central, where they trail Nashville by two points. They finished the first half 14-1-0 when leading after one period and 14-0-0 when leading after two, and those numbers improved against the Wild because of Corey Crawford. Crawford made 42 saves in easily his best of eight games since returning from a lower-body injury. Prior to the injury, he was 12-5-1 with a 1.87 goals-against average. Since, he’s 4-3-1 with a 2.98 GAA, so there’s still work to do, but his value was recognized against the Wild. “That was a goalie win,” Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said. “They were the better team tonight, for sure, and we dodged a bullet.” Crawford is 3-0-0 with a 1.59 GAA in his last four games against the Oilers. Chicago’s five straight wins in the series have come by a 26-10 total, including a 7-1 win in Edmonton on Nov. 22 to begin the season series. Kane has nine points in those wins and 23 on a 13-game point streak in the series. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/blackhawks-oilers-preview-151738248–nhl.html

 

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