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The Predators held a lead three different times, but it was not enough as they lost 5-4 in overtime in Chicago. Patric Hornqvist extended his goal streak with a pair of tallies, while Patrick Kane burned the Preds once again with two goals of his own. Viktor Stalberg scored the game-winner for the Blackhawks in overtime.To the Predators’ credit, they fought hard to get a point out of this game. They were shorthanded physically and spent a lot of time, well, shorthanded. The Preds’ penalty kill survived seven Blackhawks power plays, including a pair of 5-on-3’s with key players in the box. Additionally, the Preds’ man advantage was 1-for-3 tonight thanks to Hornqvist’s late second period goal.Along with Hornqvist, David Legwand had a multi-point night. He scored the game-tying goal with 5:11 remaining in the third period, just 1:41 after the ‘Hawks had temporarily taken a 4-3 lead. Rookie Craig Smith also scored for the Preds.Ryan Thang, who was officially recalled from AHL Mi...
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