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Chicago Blackhawks Give St. Louis The “Blues” 4-2

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Nov 14, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; Chicago Blackhawks center Artem Anisimov (15) celebrates with defenseman Duncan Keith (2) and defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson (4) after scoring an empty net goal against the St. Louis Blues during the third period at Scottrade Center. The Blackhawks won 4-2. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Blackhawks took the ice for the first time since their poor showing against the New Jersey Devils on Thursday.  The Blackhawks have not been good on the road this season. They were 1-6-1 heading into tonight’s games against the Blues.  They need a victory on the road with the Circus trip rapidly approaching. The Blackhawks also welcomed back some familar faces in Duncan Keith and Michal Rozsival.

This game would filled with penalties. The first period would start off with a Joel Edmundson check to the head of Teuvo Teravainen.

The scoring in this game would be started by the Cyborg, Duncan Keith.

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The goal was then credit to Andrew Shaw instead of Keith.

Later in the first period, Marian Hossa would get a great chance on Jake Allen. Allen would stop the Hossa chance. David Backes would finish a check which drew the ire of Jonathan Toews.

The second period would be an explosive period for both teams. The period would get started with a Brandon Manshinter penalty for elbowing on Joel Edmundson. The fireworks would keep coming in the second period.

Toews would come to Hjalmarsson defense.

Amid all the fighting, there was so actually hockey played. Vladmir Tarasenko tied the game at 1 at 6:32 gone by in the second period. The penalties would continue in the second period.

Marko Dano would get a great scoring chance and Jake Allen would ROB him of the equalizer.

The Blues lead would be short lived as an unlikely candidate would score the tying goal for the Blackhawks.

The Blackhawks took the lead 3-2 on a Power Play goal from Patrick Kane.

After the longest third period of the Blackhawks season, they would lead 3-2. the Third period would be a lot less exciting than the second period. Corey Crawford would setup large for the Blackhawks.

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The Blackhawks will take on the Calgary Flames tomorrow night at the United Center. It will be there last home game this month.

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