Blackhawks 2, Red Wings 1, SO. Updates. With AP Photos. By LARRY LAGE AP Hockey Writer The Chicago Blackhawks can't be beat, in regulation at least, because they can roll four lines of forwards, play three pairs of defensemen and put one of their two good goaltenders in net.
And, they have Patrick Kane.
Kane scored with 2:02 left in the third period and had the only shootout goal, helping Chicago beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 Sunday and extend its NHL-record, season-opening points streak to 22 games.
As regulation was winding down, Kane insisted he didn't doubt that the balanced Blackhawks would figure out a way to earn at least a point.
''A lot of us want to be the guy to either tie it up or go and win it,'' he said. ''That's the best part about the run right now. It seems to be a different guy every night. It's been a blast.''
The Blackhawks have had 12 players score game-winning goals with Marian Hossa leading the way with three of them and Kane becoming one of three player...