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Blackhawks cruise past Maple Leafs, end three-game skid

Kane has four points, seven players score

by Brian Hedger / Correspondent

Kane's 34th goal of the season

TOR@CHI: Kane wrists one past Reimer

2/15/16: Patrick Kane rips a wrist shot from the right circle past James Reimer, giving him 34 goals on the season and four points on the night

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CHICAGO -- The Chicago Blackhawks made up for the loss of injured forward Marian Hossa with Patrick Kane's four points, Scott Darling's 35 saves and a strong special-teams performance at United Center on Monday.

Kane had a goal and three assists, Darling was sharp in his first start since Jan. 22, and the Blackhawks (37-18-5) scored four power-play goals in a 7-2 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs (20-26-9).

Chicago, which ended a three-game losing streak, was 3-for-4 on the penalty kill.

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Officials Update: TOR @ CHI @NHLdotcom

Linesman Greg Devorski will not return to the Maple Leafs/Blackhawks game due to injury. The game will continue with two referees and one linesman.

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Blackhawks' Panik in for Hossa; Leafs' Kadri possible

Goalie Reimer starts for Toronto, Darling for Chicago

by Brian Hedger / Correspondent

MAPLE LEAFS (20-25-9) AT BLACKHAWKS (36-18-5) 

TV: 8:30 p.m. ET; NHLN, CSN-CH, TSN4 

CHICAGO -- Forward Richard Panik will get the first chance to replace Marian Hossa for the Chicago Blackhawks when they play his former team, the Toronto Maple Leafs, at United Center on Monday. 


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