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Marian Hossa scored twice and the Chicago Blackhawks solved streaking St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott in a 5-2 victory Saturday night.
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ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Marian Hossa scored twice and the Chicago Blackhawks solved streaking St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott in a 5-2 victory Saturday night.
Hossa scored on a power play and short-handed for his first multigoal game of the season. Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp and Michael Frolik also scored to help Chicago win for the fourth time in five games. The Blackhawks were...
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So that first game back was a bit of a dud, huh? Well, apparently the Hawks are determined to continue on this rollercoaster stretch, so hopefully we get treated to a win tonight. (Although if we're to choose between tonight and tomorrow, I'd rather the win be against St...
An overtime celebration turned bitter Friday night as the Colorado Avalanche had a premature celebration.
With 17 seconds left, it had looked as if the Avs got a beauty of a goal from Ryan O’Byrne on a sneaky backhander.
Here’s the video:
But, as you see, Halak made a brilliant twirl, scoop and shovel of the puck.
However, the Avs went on to win in the shootout...
In the 394 days since David Perron last played a game for the
Blues, he has lost muscle, endurance, timing and shooting
There are several ways to quantify David Perron's absence from the NHL: 97 games or 14 months or 393 days.
The wait for Perron, the St. Louis Blues and hockey fans is over on Saturday, as he'll return to the lineup against the Chicago Blackhawks after completing his comeback from a concussion.
Perron last played on Nov. 4, 2010, suffering a concussion on a blindside hit...
There are usually three outcomes when you play a bottom-feeding team and none of them feel good.
Either you win convincingly, which was the script all along, or you lose and everyone goes into a tizzy. Only slightly better than the latter but not the former is huffing and puffing your way to a "win" against that team.
The Hawks chose that route Friday night.
The Blackhawks got a conditional seventh round draft pick from the Ottawa Senators in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for 25-year-old forward Rob Klinkhammer.
Veteran backup Ray Emery is in goal for the Chicago Blackhawks as they take on the St. Louis Blues on Saturday night at Scottrade Center.
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The goaltender with the lowest goals-against average in the 2011-12 NHL season is Brian Elliott of the St. Louis Blues, at 1.31. He also leads in save percentage (.951), right above Josh Harding of the Minnesota Wild (.938).
The fourth-best goalie in the NHL in that category? Mike Smith of the Phoenix Coyotes at .936 in 20 starts; through 20 starts last season with the Tampa Bay...