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Weekly overview

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

Thursday, Jan. 14

Blackhawks 27 - 13 - 4

2nd Central Division — 2nd Western Conference

Bell Centre, Montreal,
                                  7:30 p.m. EST


2014-15 Record: 0-2-0

The Blackhawks will meet a refreshed Canadiens team at the Bell Centre, as the Habs will have time to rest before playing facing Chicago in their first game of the week on Thursday night.

Player to watch: Patrick Kane: With 62 points in just in 44 games, Kane holds a nine point lead over Dallas Stars’ Jamie Benn for first place in the NHL’s scoring race.

Saturday, Jan. 16

Blues 24 - 14 - 7

3rd Central Division — 4th Western Conference

Scottrade Center, St-Louis,
                                  7:00 p.m. EST


2015-16 Record: 1-0-0

The struggling Blues managed to snap out of a five-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night.

Player to watch: Vladimir Tarasenko: With five points in his last five games, Tarasenko stands alone atop the St. Louis Blues scoring race with 44 points in 43 games.

Sunday, Jan. 17

Blackhawks  27 - 13 - 4

2nd Central Division — 2nd Western Conference

United Center, Chicago,
                                  7:00 p.m. EST


2015-16 Record: 0-2-0

A seven game win streak has helped the Blackhawks steadily climb up the Western Conference standings, to where they now sit in second place.

Player to watch: Artemi Panarin: The Russian sniper presently leads all NHL rookies in goals (15), assists (24), and points (39).

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