Blackhawks beat the Panthers to win their fourth straight

Chicago — Patrick King He scored his first goal of the season, and the Chicago Blackhawks maintained their fourth straight 4-2 win over the Florida Panthers at United Center on Tuesday.

Taylor RadishAnd the Philip Kurashev And the Jonathan Toews also record and Alex Stalock He made 29 saves for Chicago (4-2-0), who didn’t win his fourth game until November 13 last season (4-9-2).

“It’s fun,” said Ken. “I think last year we didn’t win a game until our 10th or 11th game, so it’s good to get that start this year. I think when you get off to a good start you can really push that all season long, so hopefully that’s the case.”

Ito lostarinen And the Matthew Tkachuk record and Sergey Bobrovsky He made 18 balls for Florida (4-2-1).

“We struggled to the end, but we had to because we were really bad the first two stints,” Tkachuk said. “We put ourselves in a terrible situation. Definitely our two worst periods of the season. We have the talent when we want to play the right way and play hard, not sit around and be smart with the pucks. We can do what we did there in the third and we took a stint and gave ourselves a chance to win though That we had no business to win hockey with that start.”

Video: FLA @ CHI: Kane picks a corner for season 1

Raddysh gave the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead in 2:57 of the first half, scoring with a slap-kick from the right circle from entering an area in strong play.

It was the first time Chicago scored the first goal this season.

Kane pushed the score 2-0 at 19:37 when he received a pass from Andreas Athanasio All alone on the right circle and Bobrovsky’s blocker side.

“It feels good,” Kane said of scoring his first goal. “I try not to put too much pressure on him. There are going to be times throughout the season where you might go five games without a goal, but maybe that’s more noticeable at the start of the season. It was nice to have one. I hope (I can) build that up, get warm over here “.

Kurashev made it 3-0 at 15:58 of the second half. skate around Gustav Forslingwho was fouled after blocking the shot, before returning the ball to a forehand and scoring the blocking side.

Lostarinen made it 3-1 at 11:32 of the third game when she rebounded in front.

Then Tkachuk cut the score to 3-2 at 12:47 when he saved a shot before Brandon Montour From the right point, but Toews scored in the empty net at 19:37 for the 4-2 final.

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The Panthers went 0 for 6 in the power game, including 5-on-3 for 1:35 halfway through the second period during which they generated three shots.

“There’s going to be a bunch of opportunities to look and say, ‘If that’s gone, what would have happened?’” said Florida coach Paul Morris. “you know what? [The Blackhawks] well played. They defended well, blocked the shots and got into the lanes.”

Chicago coach Luke Richardson said the death penalty gave the team a “boost”.

“Like our willingness to sacrifice for our team and goalkeeper, especially the second half, it was huge,” Richardson said. “But until the third inning at a crucial time of the match, as the men stood up and [on the] Bench cheers. It becomes contagious, then continues in a 5v6 mode, which is similar to the death penalty. I think it’s going to become kind of an identity for us that we want to do.”

Blackhawks forward Tyler Johnson He left early in the third period after hitting him in the boards Alexander Barkov.

Not good tonight, but we’ll know more tomorrow,” Richardson said. “He’s been really good for us. We just hope it won’t be too long. You know he’s a tough cookie. He’s been great statistically for us, but watching him play off the disc this year has been really inspiring for the young players on the team, and he’s Lead by example.

“He’s not a big guy (5ft-8, 185lbs), but he’s physical. He has a presence, he’s a voice. He has the experience of winning and what it takes to win, so surely if he’s out for a little bit, we’re going to miss that. We’re just crossing our fingers tonight for that. “.

note: Kane’s goal in the first half was his power point 800. He is the third active player to reach the mark, and joins Sidney Crosby For Pittsburgh Penguins (896) and Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals (879), and the third player in Blackhawk history, along with Stan Mikita (987) and Bobby Hull (806).

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