Tuesday, September 27 2022

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Patrick Kane reached the 20-goal plateau on Wednesday night as part of a three-point performance in Chicago’s 4-2 win over Anaheim. He has hit that mark 14 times in his career, which ties him with Stan Mikita for the most in Blackhawks history.

Kane is currently sitting at 99 career three-point performances. His next three-point effort will make him the fourth player in Chicago franchise history to reach 100, joining Mikita (147), Bobby Hull (121) and Denis Savard (114).

Off the ice, the NHL invalidated Evgenii Dadonov’s trade from Vegas to Anaheim because Dadonov’s contract included a limited no-trade clause that had not been complied with. John Moore, Ryan Kesler’s and a conditional second-round pick in 2023 or 2024 have been reverted back to the Ducks. Dadonov is expected to be in the lineup for the Golden Knights on Thursday in what will probably be a bit of an awkward situation.

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The Maple Leafs jumped ahead of Tampa Bay for second place in the Atlantic Division with a victory over the Devils.

Pierre Engvall potted Toronto’s second shorthanded goal of the game to break a 2-2 tie at the 15:18 mark of the third period.

Ilya Mikheyev had the Leafs’ other goal on the penalty kill in the contest.

Damon Severson (power play) and Nico Hischier found the back of the net for New Jersey in the second period.

Hischier also added an assist for a multi-point performance.

Mitch Marner had Toronto’s other goal. His 27 goals this year is a new career-high.

Jesper Bratt, Jack Hughes, Dougie Hamilton, Alexander Kerfoot, Auston Mattthews and Michael Bunting picked up an assist each.

Petr Mrazek stopped 20 of 22 shots for his 11th win of the season

Nico Daws made 28 saves in the defeat.


The Sabres have won three straight games that have gone beyond regulation and ended a three-game win spree for the Penguins in the process.

Tage Thompson potted a pair of goals on five shots, while scoring the only goal of the shootout.

Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin notched one goal and one assist apiece for Pittsburgh.

Zemgus Girgensons had the other goal for the Sabres.

Kris Letang potted the game-tying goal during a Penguins’ power play at the 15:04 mark of the third period.

Bryan Rust recorded two assists, while Jake Guentzel, Kyle Okposo, Jeff Skinner, Alex Tuch and Mattias Samuelsson got the scoresheet with one helper each.

Craig Anderson shielded 23 of 26 shots for his 12th victory of the campaign.

Casey DeSmith blocked 30 of 33 shots in the loss.

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The Canucks halted a three-game losing skid, while ending a four-game win streak of the Avalanche.

J.T. Miller had one goal and one assist, including what held up as the game winner.

Brock Boeser opened the scoring 1:23 into the third period.

Nazem Kadri got Colorado on the board at the 6:15 mark on the man advantage to cut his team’s deficit to 2-1.

Bo Horvat sealed the win with an empty-netter.

Tanner Pearson chipped in two assists, while Conor Garland, Elias Pettersson, Valeri Nichushkin and Nathan MacKinnon had one helper apiece.

Jaroslav Halak defended 32 shots for his third win of the year.

Darcy Kuemper stopped 24 of 26 shots in the loss. He had won his previous three outings


The Blackhawks ended a three-game winless skid, while extending the Ducks winless slump to eight games.

Patrick Kane generated one goal and two assists.

Alex DeBrincat and Dylan Strome had one goal and one assist each.

Sam Carrick scored both goals for Anaheim.

Taylor Raddysh had the other goal for the Blackhawks, which opened the scoring on the power play at 10:11 mark of the first period.

Jonathan Toews, Seth Jones, Jake McCabe, Riley Stillman, Adam Henrique, Max Comtois, Trevor Zegras and Buddy Robinson contributed one assist each.

Kevin Lankinen made 27 saves for his fourth victory of the year.

John Gibson blocked 24 of 27 shots in the defeat.

Source: Yahoo Sports


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