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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 coming off a 5-4 shootout victory over the New York Islanders on Friday night in Chicago.
David Perron, returning after missing 97 games because of a concussion, and Chris Stewart scored for St. Louis. The Blues lost for the second time in two nights.
Elliott fell to 10-2 and had a six-game winning streak snapped. He hadn't allowed more than two goals in his 11 starts, had stopped 239 of his previous 249 shots and came into the game leading the NHL in goals- against average (1.31) and save percentage (.951).
Chicago goalie Ray Emery outplayed Elliott, making 23 saves. Emery improved to 4-1-1 with h...
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St. Louis winger David Perron returned to the Blues' lineup Saturday night against Chicago after missing 97 games because of a concussion.
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.
Marian Hossa scored twice and the Chicago Blackhawks solved streaking St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott in a 5-2 victory Saturday night.
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.
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The St. Louis Blues have played well over the last month, and they're about to get a little stronger.
After missing almost 13 months with a concussion, David Perron makes his return to the ice when the Blues host the rival Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night.
Despite having its four-game winning streak snapped with a 3-2 shootout loss at Colorado on Friday, St. Louis (14-8...
David Perron has waited a long time to skate alongside his teammates in an NHL game once again.
The wait is over.
Perron, who has missed 97 games due to a con...
The return of David Perron to the Blues' lineup Saturday night
led to new forward combinations, one of them unexpected.