Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Marcus Kruger and Niklas Hjalmarsson each had a
goal and an assist as the Chicago Blackhawks kept up their early-season
success with a 4-1 pasting of the slumping San Jose Sharks at the United
Dave Bolland and Andrew Shaw also registered goals, while Ray Emery turned
aside 27-of-28 shots to help Chicago (11-0-3) earn a point for the 14th
consecutive game to begin the campaign, tying the 1943-44 Montreal Canadiens
for the third-longest season-opening streak in NHL history.
Tim Kennedy accounted for the lone goal for San Jose, now 0-4-3 since
beginning the season with seven consecutive victories, with former Blackhawk
Antti Niemi making 33 saves in the Sharks' latest setback.
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