Nhl Recap – Chicago Blackhawks At Pittsburgh Penguins – Jan 21, 2015 – Cbssports.com

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”We need to be able to do that when we have everybody in the lineup. … Our depth really stepped it up.” NOTES: The Penguins host Winnipeg next Tuesday but will play 21 of their final 36 games on the road. … The Blackhawks face a difficult six-game trip after the break, starting next Wednesday at Los Angeles. … The game was stopped twice in the first period due to a clock malfunction. One delay lasted nearly five minutes. … The Blackhawks went 1 for 2 on the power play. source: http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/gametracker/recap/NHL_20150121_CHI@PIT

Blackhawks beat short-handed Penguins in shootout 3-2 – Yahoo Sports

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NHL: Eakin helps Dallas Stars beat Chicago Blackhawks 6-3 – Daily Republican Register: Daily Republican Register

Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane beat Marc-Andre Fleury in a shootout to lift the Blackhawks to a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night. Chicago improved to 8-2 in games decided after regulation when Toews beat Fleury between the legs, and Kane followed with a wrist shot the goalie watched sail by his blocker. ”We have great confidence,” Toews said. ”Our goaltender can make stops and we have shooters who like to be in that situation. We like our odds given the circumstance.” The Blackhawks also regained swagger following a pair of decisive home losses to Winnipeg and Dallas. Chicago thumped Arizona 6-1 on Tuesday and backed it up by surviving a game effort from the undermanned Penguins to win in Pittsburgh for only the second time since 1997. ”Even if things aren’t going so well, we’re good at taking responsibility for it and not dragging our feet around and dwelling on what we’re not doing or what’s not going our way,” Toews said. ”We just find ways that we can make things better, and we showed an example of that in the last two games.” David Rundblad and Marian Hossa scored in regulation for Chicago. Corey Crawford made 33 saves and held Pittsburgh’s David Perron and Sidney Crosby in check in the shootout. ”It was a tough game,” Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said. ”You find when you win these types of games, it makes you a good team.” Zach Sill scored his first NHL goal and Steve Downie added his eighth of the season for the Penguins. Fleury stopped 24 shots but Pittsburgh hobbled into the break with a fourth straight loss, among them a bruising overtime defeat in Philadelphia on Tuesday that included injuries to stars Kris Letang and Evgeni Malkin . source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/blackhawks-beat-short-handed-penguins-shootout-3-2-040834267–nhl.html

Points that you’ve got to have. Divisional games. It shows you our division’s competitiveness.” Brandon Saad scored two goals for Chicago, which had a 41-34 advantage in shots on goal. Saad has five goals and an assist in his last four games. The Stars and Blackhawks were tied at 3 when Chicago defenseman Johnny Oduya was sent off for tripping Seguin at 1:22 of the third. Eakin then capped a nifty passing sequence for Dallas with a tap-in goal. “At that time of the game, it’s a big power play,” Ruff said. “It’s a big goal for your team and gives us a little bit of momentum and it makes them gamble a little bit more. I think when you saw that you saw the odd-numbered rushes and you saw even better opportunities on our part.” Erik Cole made it 5-3 when he finished off a 2-on-1 with Jason Spezza, and Shawn Horcoff added an empty-netter with a minute left. The six goals allowed were a season high for Chicago. source: http://tristate-media.com/drr/nhl-eakin-helps-dallas-stars-beat-chicago-blackhawks/article_a0a63dfe-a005-11e4-b224-cf19ba668c2c.html

 

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