NHL roundup: Blackhawks hang on to top Habs

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[November 14, 2016]  The Sports Xchange

CHICAGO -- Patrick Kane scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and the Chicago Blackhawks held on for a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night.

Marian Hossa and Gustav Forsling also notched goals for the Blackhawks. Jonathan Toews added a pair of assists.

Shea Weber and Andrei Markov each scored for the Canadiens. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for Montreal.

Chicago goaltender Corey Crawford stopped 21 shots and made several stops in the final minute as the Canadiens played with an empty net. Montreal goaltender Al Montoya fell to 3-2-1 despite making 32 saves.

Wild 2, Senators 1 (OT)

OTTAWA -- Matt Dumba scored with 1:03 left in overtime to give Minnesota a victory over Ottawa at Canadian Tire Centre.

Senators goalie Craig Anderson made 40 saves, including 37 through three periods. Darcy Kuemper stopped 35 shots in the Minnesota net.

Ryan Suter scored for the Wild in regulation time while center Kyle Turris replied for the Senators.

Canucks 5, Stars 4 (OT)

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Markus Granlund's goal at 1:27 of overtime gave Vancouver a comeback victory over Dallas.

Bo Horvat, former Star Loui Eriksson, Sutter and Troy Stecher with his first NHL career goal tallied for the Canucks in regulation, who were again hampered by a lack of scoring finish.

Patrick Eaves led the Stars with two goals. Dominic Roussel and Lauri Korpikoski also scored for the Stars.

Dallas saw its winning streak against Vancouver end at 10 games. It was the second-longest active victory run in the NHL.

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Jets 3, Kings 2

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Suddenly surging Winnipeg defeated struggling Los Angeles in a shootout at the MTS Centre.

Mark Scheifele scored the winning goal in the skills competition.

Adam Lowry and Marko Dano scored for the Jets in regulation while Tom Gilbert and Tanner Pearson scored for the Kings.

Bruins 2, Avalanche 0

DENVER -- Tuukka Rask stopped 21 shots for his third shutout of the season, David Krejci had a goal and an assist as Boston beat Colorado.

Dominic Moore's empty-net tally with 27.2 seconds left sealed the win for Boston and gave Rask his 33rd career shutout.

Semyon Varlamov had a season-high 43 saves for Colorado, which was shut out for the fourth time in the first 14 games of the season. The 44 overall shots were the most Varlamov faced this season.

Rangers 3, Oilers 1

EDMONTON, Alberta -- Michael Grabner led the way with two goals as New York won for the seventh time in eight games.

Dan Girardi also scored for the Rangers, while Andrej Sekera collected the Oilers' lone goal.

New York goalie Antti Raanta made 38 saves for the win, while Edmonton goalie Cam Talbot stopped 24 shots.


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