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Kubalik scores 2, lifts Blackhawks to 3-2 win over Red Wings

DETROIT (AP) – Dominik Kubalik scored his second aim of the sport 4:43 into time beyond regulation, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 on Monday night time.

“It wasn’t our best, but we still found a way to win it and that’s huge,” Kubalik mentioned.

Kubalik and Mattias Janmark gave the Blackhawks a two-goal lead within the first interval that they slowly misplaced earlier than stepping up within the further session. Kubalik slipped a shot between Thomas Greiss’ pads, ending a 2-on-1 rush with Pius Suter late in time beyond regulation.

“It’s not one we’re going to frame,” Chicago coach Jeremy Colliton mentioned. “But we did get two points and they can’t take them from us.”

The stunning Blackhawks gained for the fifth time in six video games within the opener of a six-game journey. Malcolm Subban completed with 27 stops in his fourth begin of the season.

“I didn’t have to make any really big saves,” Subban mentioned.

Detroit’s Vladislav Namestnikov scored with 14.1 seconds left within the opening interval. After a scoreless second, Christian Djoos pulled the Red Wings right into a tie early within the third.

“It’s nice to get a point, but we have to find a way to score more goals and get two points,” Detroit captain Dylan Larkin mentioned.

Greiss made 21 saves for the Red Wings, who failed to comply with up a win with one other victory for the fourth time this season.

“I think we’ve been a better team lately,” Detroit coach Jeff Blashill mentioned. “We’ve adjusted some minutes to spread things out and be more of a four-line team.”

The Blackhawks began robust, scoring on their first and fifth pictures. Carl Soderberg’s no-look go behind him arrange Janmark 4:19 into the sport. Namestnikov turned the puck over and Brandon Hagel took benefit, organising Kubalik’s aim with 3:51 remaining within the first.

Namestnikov made up for his giveaway by scoring within the last seconds of the opening interval. Subban appeared to be distracted by site visitors in entrance of the online when Djoos scored from the within of the left circle 5:49 into the third for his first aim in his thirteenth recreation with the group.

“I thought it gave us a big boost, but we weren’t able to get the win,” Djoos mentioned.

ON THE MOVE

Chicago put center forward Lucas Wallmark on the active roster 90 minutes before the game. He was taken off the COVID-19 protocol list last week.

COLD BEER

The Red Wings opened some concessions stands for the first time this season, allowing about 200 people attending the game to buy food and drink. Family members and friends of players, coaches and staff are primarily the fans in the stands.

STEPPING UP

Janmark got his sixth goal, matching his scoring from each of the previous two seasons in Dallas. He scored 34 goals over his first two seasons with the Stars before cooling off with a total of 12 goals the next two years.

“I’m trying to get back to my old way of playing where I have the puck more and I’m skating more and that’s been working,” Janmark said.

UP NEXT

The teams play again Wednesday night in their fourth of eight games in the NHL’s pandemic-shortened, division-only regular season. Chicago is 3-0 in the season series against Detroit.

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