Chicago Blackhawks beat the Calgary Flames 5-1, driving a 3-goal 2nd interval to enhance to 7-5-0 in January
The Chicago Blackhawks gave new which means to “rolling strains” Thursday as a result of all 4 ahead strains have been rolling throughout a 5-1 victory towards the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome.
Jonathan Toews missed the sport with a non-COVID-19-related sickness, so numerous the same old combos have been jumbled for this matchup.
You couldn’t inform by wanting.
The second line struck first. Taylor Raddysh opened the scoring within the first interval along with his first purpose since Jan. 14 and was assisted by Max Domi and Philipp Kurashev.
The Flames’ Jonathan Huberdeau tied the sport with 28 seconds left within the interval.
However the Hawks broke the sport open with three second-period objectives.
Boris Katchouk continued a pleasant run for the fourth line, scoring a purpose off a feed from Luke Philp — the rookie’s first NHL level.
Jason Dickinson, centering the highest line rather than Toews, lifted the puck previous Jacob Markström with assist from Patrick Kane and Andreas Athanasiou.
Thirty seconds later, Sam Lafferty one-timed a short-side shot behind Markström, who got here out to defend Colin Blackwell earlier than he dished to Lafferty. MacKenzie Entwistle additionally was credited with an help.
Connor Murphy added an empty-netter with 43 seconds left.
Fourth-line heart Reese Johnson was the one ahead who didn’t register some extent.
Jaxson Stauber made 34 saves and confronted three penalty kills, the final a six-on-four Flames benefit. He earned a second win in simply his second NHL sport, having beaten the St. Louis Blues on Saturday in his debut.
The Hawks snapped a two-game dropping streak to enhance to 15-28-4. They’re 7-5-0 in January.