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RECAP: Blackhawks Down Kings, 5-1

Full coverage from Chicago's 5-1 win over Los Angeles to snap a four-game winless streak

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum /

With three-point nights from both Dylan Strome and Alex DeBrincat, the Blackhawks defeated the Los Angeles Kings at home on Sunday night, 5-1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Strome found the net twice and added an assist in his first multi-goal game and second multi-point night of the season.

STAT OF THE NIGHT: After being shutout for the first time on the season on Saturday, the Blackhawks enjoyed their highest offensive output of the season with five goals on Sunday. 

UP NEXT: The Blackhawks embark on a four-game road swing beginning on Tuesday night in Nashville.


Strome started his big night right away in the 2:33 of the first as DeBrincat found him off the rush on the left side. The center-turned-winger fired a quick wrister past Jack Campbell for a 1-0 lead. 

Video: LAK@CHI: Strome powers wrist shot past Campbell

The Blackhawks took a commanding lead with a three-goal middle frame.

David Kampf struck first with his first of the season at 2:26 of the second. Dominik Kubalik found Alex Nylander from a scrum on the boards. Nylander slid a pass across the slot while falling to a wide-open Kampf, who beat Campbell to the near side. 

Video: LAK@CHI: Nylander sets up Kampf while falling

Strome found his second of the night at 15:55 of the period, once again from DeBrincat. The latter forced a turnover and walked out from behind the goal to find the former cruising through the slot with a backhand pass. Strome beat Campbell glove side for his first two-goal performance since April 1 against Winnipeg. 

Video: LAK@CHI: DeBrincat connects with Strome for goal

Serving as Strome's set-up man twice, DeBrincat had the favor returned as Strome threw a no-look pass into the slot that DeBrincat reached, caught and fired a shot in a one motion for a 4-0 Blackhawks lead at 19:02. 

Video: LAK@CHI: Strome and DeBrincat combine for third time

The Kings would break the shutout at 3:35 of the third as Sean Walker found the net with a one-timer from the top of the circle. 

Late in the game, Drake Caggiula added a fifth for Chicago, his third of the season off a deflection in front at 17:53 of the third period. 

Video: LAK@CHI: Cagguila scores tip-in goal with his skate

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