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Chicago Blackhawks Continue Offensive Outburst in 7-2 Beatdown Over the Philadelphia Flyers

December 12th, 2013 at 11:05 AM
By Andrew McIntyre

The Chicago Blackhawks continued to find the back of the net in bunches Wednesday night as they poured seven on the Philadelphia Flyers in a 7-2 win. This is the third straight game that the Blackhawks have scored six or more goals, the first time in franchise history since 1993. With the win, the Blackhawks now move to 23-6-5 and sit atop the NHL with 51 points. The Flyers fall to 13-15-3 with the loss.

Scoring Summary

1st Period:

12:31 PHI PPG: Jakub Voracek (5) assisted by Kimmo Timonen and Claude Giroux

2nd Period:

00:43 CHI PPG: Duncan Keith (2) assisted by Patrick Sharp and Patrick Kane

01:22 CHI GOAL: Andrew Shaw (10) assisted by Brandon Bollig and Johnny Oduya

05:27 CHI SHG: Michal Handzus (3) assisted by Marcus Kruger

06:11 PHI PPG: Steve Downie (3) assisted by Brayden Schenn and Mark Streit

09:44 CHI GOAL: Kris Versteeg (5) assisted by Brandon Saad and Marian Hossa

14:15 CHI GOAL: Jonathan Toews (13) assisted by Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa

3rd Period:

01:05 CHI GOAL: Brent Seabrook (3) assisted by Michal Handzus and Kris Versteeg

09:33 CHI PPG: Patrick Sharp (15) assisted by Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa

Here are some notes from the game:

  • The Blackhawks scored five goals in the second period and seven goals in a span of less than 30 minutes. The Blackhawks had seven different goal scorers on the night.
  • Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews has his left-pinky finger taped as he suffered an injury to it. He was not taking face offs late in the game out of precaution to the injury, but he expects it only to be a short-term thing.
  • Blackhawks goalie Antti Raanta had another solid outing stopping 28 of the 30 shots he faced. The two goals he allowed came on the Flyers' power play.
  • Former-Blackhawks goalie Ray Emery was the main recipient of the offensive outburst on the night. Emery allowed six goals on 18 shots. Emery was pulled late in the game in favor of Steve Mason. Mason allowed one goal on five shots.
  • The Flyers have now lost three in a row and four of their last five.

NEXT GAME: Saturday, December 14 @ Toronto Maple Leafs. 6 pm. CT start.


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