Blues, Blackhawks Win, NHL Roundup

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Published on October 30 2013 10:33 am
Last Updated on October 30 2013 10:33 am
Written by Millie Lange

Blackhawks Slip Past Sens

(Chicago, IL) -- Jonathan Toews recorded a hat trick and an assist as the Blackhawks slipped past the Senators 6-5 at the United Center. Andrew Shaw scored twice while Marian Hossa had a goal and two helpers for the 'Hawks, who have won two in-a-row to improve to 8-2-3 on the season.  Nikolai Khabibulin stopped just 18-of-22 shots before giving way to Corey Crawford, who denied 14 of the 15 shots he faced the rest of the way for the win. Milan Michalek and Kyle Turris both tallied a goal and an assist in Ottawa's third straight loss. Craig Anderson allowed all six goals on 40 shots in the setback.

 

Blackhawks To Visit White House Monday

(Washington, DC) -- The Chicago Blackhawks will be making a visit to the nation's capital Monday, but not for a game. The team will visit with President Obama at the White House in honor of winning the Stanley Cup last season. The Blackhawks will also meet with veterans and wounded warriors at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Chicago beat the Boston Bruins in six games this past June to capture its fifth Stanley Cup.

 

Blues Edge Jets

(St. Louis, MO) -- Alexander Steen's power-play goal with a minute left in the game gave the Blues a 3-2 win over the Jets at the Scottrade Center.  Alex Pietrangelo added a goal and an assist and Brenden Morrow also scored for St. Louis. Jaroslav Halak finished with 21 saves as the Blues improved to 7-1-2. Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little scored for Winnipeg with Andrew Ladd adding a pair of assists. Ondrej Pavelec stopped 30 shots in the loss. The Jets dropped to 5-7-2.  

 

Rangers Clip Islanders

(Uniondale, NY) -- Ryan McDonagh and Benoit Pouliot each tallied a goal in the third period to lift the Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Islanders as the Nassau Coliseum. Chris Kreider added his first of the season in the opening period. New York was 2-for-4 on the power play and Cam Talbot was strong in net, stopping 22-of-24 shots. The Blueshirts improved to 4-7-0. The Islanders took a 2-1 lead in the second period with goals from Cal Clutterbuck and Peter Regin. Evgeni Nabokov allowed all three scored on 21 shots. The Isles fell to 4-5-3.

 

Ducks Rally Past Flyers

(Philadelphia, PA) -- Kyle Palmieri scored twice in the third period, including the go-ahead goal with 4:09 left in regulation, as the Ducks edged the Flyers 3-2 at Wells Fargo Center. Andrew Cogliano lit the lamp in the second period for Anaheim, which erased a 2-0 first period deficit en route to its third straight win. Jonas Hiller kicked aside 26 of the 28 shots he faced in the victory. Matt Read and Vincent Lecavalier both scored in the first period for the Flyers, who had won their previous two. Steve Mason allowed all three goals on 37 shots in defeat.

 

Canadiens Clip Stars

(Montreal, Quebec) -- Michael Bournival and Rene Bourque both scored as the Canadiens held on to clip the Stars 2-1 at Bell Centre. Raphael Diaz tallied two assists for the Habs, who have won three of their last four games. Carey Price made 26 saves in the win. Cody Eakin scored the lone goal for Dallas, which fell to 5-6-1. Kari Lehtonen allowed two goals on 24 shots in defeat.

 

Kessel Guides Maple Leafs

(Toronto, ON) -- Everything that Phil Kessel touches at the moment seems to result in a goal. Kessel had two goals and two assists Tuesday as the Toronto Maple Leafs won their second game in a row, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 4-0.

 

Devils Drop Lightning

(Newark, NJ) -- Jaromir Jagr's goal at 10:54 of the second period stood as the game-winner in the Devils' 2-1 win over the Lightning at the Prudential Center.  It was Jagr's 119th career game-winner, which broke the NHL record set by Phil Esposito. The Devils also got a second-period goal from Adam Henrique. Martin Brodeur only had to make 16 saves for the win. New Jersey improved to 3-5-4. Steven Stamkos scored for the Lightning, his ninth of the season. Ben Bishop stopped 20 shots in the loss. Tampa Bay is 8-4 and had a three-game winning streak snapped.
 

Coyotes Cruise Past Kings

(Glendale, AZ) -- Derek Morris and Shane Doan scored second period goals as the Coyotes cruised past the Kings 3-1 at Jobing.com Arena. Kyle Chipchura added a goal in the third period and also had an assist for the 'Yotes, who have won two in-a-row and four of their last five overall.  Mike Smith made 41 saves in the victory. Jarret Stoll scored the lone goal for LA, which had won its previous two. Ben Scrivens allowed all three goals on 33 shots in the setback.

 

Tuesday, October 29 Scoreboard

NHL

New York Rangers 3, New York Islanders 2

Anaheim Ducks 3, Philadelphia Flyers 2

Montreal Canadiens 2, Dallas Stars 1

New Jersey Devils 2, Tampa Bay Lightning 1

Chicago Blackhawks 6, Ottawa Senators 5

St. Louis Blues 3, Winnipeg Jets 2

Toronto Maple Leafs 4, Edmonton Oilers 0

Phoenix Coyotes 3, Los Angeles Kings 1

 

Wednesday, October 30 Schedule (All Times Central)

NHL

7:00 p.m. - Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Penguins

7:00 p.m. - Toronto Maple Leafs at Calgary Flames

9:30 p.m. - Detroit Red Wings at Vancouver Canucks

9:30 p.m. - San Jose Sharks at Los Angeles Kings