Chicago scores twice in third to stay unbeaten in regulation
Blackhawks still streaking
CHICAGO – Marian Hossa missed the entire game, Andrew Shaw much of it, and Patrick Sharp the latter stages, but the Blackhawks just kept streaking.
The undermanned Hawks overcame serious adversity to extend their run of games without a regulation loss to start the season to 24, and their franchise-record winning streak to 11 with a 3-2 victory over the Avalanche on Wednesday night at the United Center.
Daniel Carcillo scored the game-winner with 49.3 seconds remaining in the third period. Jonathan Toews and Shaw also scored, and Ray Emery earned the victory in goal as the Hawks improved to 21-0-3 this season. They reached the halfway mark of the 48-game lockout-shortened season with 45 of a possible 48 points, and dating back to last season have not fallen in regulation in their last 30 games – the second-longest streak in NHL history.
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