Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane (88) celebrates his goal with left wing Brandon Saad (20) during the third period against the Detroit Red Wings at the Joe Louis Arena. Chicago won 2-1 in a shoot out. (Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports)
Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - The Chicago Blackhawks were able to keep their
historic streak intact thanks to Patrick Kane's late-game heroics combined
with Corey Crawford's superb goaltending.
Kane scored the tying goal with 2:02 remaining in regulation and supplied the
winner in the shootout, as the Blackhawks rallied to beat the Detroit Red
Wings, 2-1, at Joe Louis Arena.
Chicago stretched their NHL-record season-opening point streak to 22 games
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