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4/9/16 Blackhawks vs. Blue Jackets

Art Ross Trophy

Kane to be first American to win Art Ross Trophy

Blackhawks forward will finish as NHL scoring leader with 106 points

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Kane's 250th career goal

CHI@CBJ: Kane nets 250th goal nine seconds into game

4/9/16: Just nine seconds into the game, Patrick Kane scores on a one-timer for his 45th goal of the season and the 250th of his career

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Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane will be the first U.S.-born player to win the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL regular-season scoring champion.

Kane had two goals and an assist in Chicago's season-ending 5-4 overtime loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena on Saturday to finish with 106 points, the most in the NHL since Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins had 109 in 2011-12. Kane will be the first Chicago player to lead the NHL in scoring since Stan Mikita in 1967-68.

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game recap

Blue Jackets rally to defeat Blackhawks in overtime

Columbus' Hartnell scores 300th NHL goal, winner; Chicago's Kane becomes first U.S.-born player to win Art Ross

by Craig Merz / NHL.com Correspondent

Hartnell's game-winner

CHI@CBJ: Hartnell deflects puck for game-winner in OT

4/9/16: Cam Atkinson fires a shot that Scott Hartnell deflects past Corey Crawford for the game-winner in overtime

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COLUMBUS -- If the Chicago Blackhawks were ever going to squander a three-goal, first-period lead and lose in overtime, Saturday at Nationwide Arena was the time and place. 

With third place in the Central Division already secured, the Blackhawks were defeated 5-4 by the Columbus Blue Jackets when Scott Hartnell scored his second of the game at 2:28 of overtime

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milestone

Blue Jackets' Hartnell scores 300th goal

Columbus forward reaches milestone in second period of season finale

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Hartnell's 300th career goal

CHI@CBJ: Hartnell jams home puck for 300th goal

4/9/16: Scott Hartnell tracks down the puck after it bounces off the wall and jams it home to net his 300th goal of his career

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Columbus Blue Jackets forward Scott Hartnell scored his 300th NHL goal early in the second period against the Chicago Blackhawks at Nationwide Arena on Saturday.

Hartnell controlled a carom off the end boards and pushed the puck past Chicago goaltender Corey Crawford at 6:29 for his 22nd goal of the season, cutting the Blackhawks' lead to 3-1.

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milestone

Kane gets 45th goal, 250th in NHL

Chicago forward scores nine seconds into game against Columbus

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Kane's 250th career goal

CHI@CBJ: Kane nets 250th goal nine seconds into game

4/9/16: Just nine seconds into the game, Patrick Kane scores on a one-timer for his 45th goal of the season and the 250th of his career

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Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane scored nine seconds into the game against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday, giving him 45 goals this season and 250 in his NHL career.

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news

Crawford starting for Blackhawks: report

Chicago goalie sidelined nearly a month with upper-body injury

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Goalie Corey Crawford will start for the Chicago Blackhawks against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday (7 p.m. ET; WGN, FS-O, NHL.TV) after missing nearly a month with an upper-body injury, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Crawford has not played since March 14. He did individual work with goaltending coach Jimmy Waite last weekend and took part in Chicago's morning skate prior to the game against the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday.

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game preview

Crawford to return for Blackhawks in season finale

Goaltender will face Blue Jackets after missing 11 games with upper-body injury

by Craig Merz / NHL.com Correspondent

BLACKHAWKS (47-26-8) AT BLUE JACKETS (33-40-8)

TV: 7 p.m. ET, WGN, FS-O, NHL.TV

COLUMBUS -- The game against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday means nothing in regard to the standings to the Chicago Blackhawks, who will finish third in the Central Division, but it has significance to goaltender Corey Crawford.

Crawford is expected to start when Chicago plays its regular-season finale at Nationwide Arena. Crawford (35-18-4, 2.32) missed 11 games after sustaining an upper-body injury on March 14.

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