Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook, a healthy scratch in Chicago's 8-2 victory in Ottawa on Tuesday night, was back in the lineup and celebrated with his first goal since opening night. "It's a good feeling", Kane said of his career-best five points.
Capitalizing on the opportunity to play the fourth-worst penalty kill unit in the league, Chicago scored a season-high four goals on the power play.
Panik scored with 1 minute, 59 seconds left in the first period, his first goal since October 21, and his first five-on-five score since the second game of the season. "How many do we need?", Karlsson said.
"It's 4-0 and, yeah, we make it 4-2 but you just have to use so much energy to try to get back into a game like that".
Senators lose Ryan • Ottawa forward Bobby Ryan did not play Wednesday and night is sidelined indefinitely by another hand injury.
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But the reality is what happened here has been going on all season. "I don't know how many shots they had but it was well above 40 (43 to be exact) and if you give that to the opponents some of them are going to go whether it looks easy or not".
It actually looked like they might script another comeback when Brassard pulled the club to within 4-2 at 16:39 of the second. Let's see if I can get tonight's game right!
By trading Panik and his $2.8 million hit for Duclair's $1.2 million and pending restricted free agency, the Blackhawks clear valuable salary-cap space this season and next. "I really can not be honest than to say we have to find a way to be better and more consistent".
Over the span of 4:39, Craig Anderson surrendered three goals on four shots.
"I think one of the things that we really haven't had the fortune of this year is to have a hot power play". It was outshot 14-5 and Chicago got off 41 shot attempts compared to just 11 for the Wild. "We made mistakes. We made mistakes in key areas and our goaltenders have been solid". He added a goal for good measure in the third period, after Nick Schmaltz clanged what would have been his third goal off the post. They will then get some time off, as they'll be on their five-day break from January 15-19.
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