NHL scores: Blackhawks keep rolling


The Chicago Blackhawks won again, and tied the record for the longest streak to open a season without a regulation loss.

The Blackhawks nearly didn't make it, as they gave up two goals in the final three minutes of the game to allow Vancouver to tie the score, but held on and then won the game in a shootout to get the victory in a game full of exciting moments and controversy.

All The NHL Scores

Get caught up on last night's NHL scores with recaps from our network of SB Nation team blogs. Here's a quick glance at the full night of action:

Jets 2, Sabres 1

Canadiens 3, Rangers 1

Islanders 1, Senators 3

Maple Leafs 2, Lightning 4

Sharks 2, Blues 1

Red Wings 3, Predators 4 (OT)

Canucks 3, Blackhawks 4 (SO)

Kings 3, Oilers 1

Five Answers

Prior to last night's games, we presented five burning questions regarding the night's action. Here are your cool, soothing answers.

1. Will the Chicago Blackhawks extend their 15-game point streak to 16 games?

They did it!

2. Will the San Jose Sharks register their first win in February?

They did it, too!

3. Will the St. Louis Blues' travel complications affect their play on Tuesday night?

Yeah, they did! The Blues definitely looked tired in the third period, which is when the Sharks scored the game-winning goal.


4. Will Ben Scrivens and the Toronto Maple Leafs keep their shutout streak going?

He didn't do it! Not even close, in fact. Scrivens' shutout streak ended at a little more than 154 minutes. He allowed four goals on 13 shots in the Toronto loss.

5. Will the Montreal Canadiens extend their winning streak to five games?

It was by many accounts a pretty boring affair, but the Canadiens triumphed in the end over the Rangers, who were missing Rick Nash as he sat out the game with an undisclosed injury.

Impact Moment

What moment from last night's games will be making headlines in the coming days?

The headshot inflicted on Marian Hossa cast a shadow over the Blackhawks' record-tying night:

Stat of the Night

When they scored the go-ahead goal that would eventually become the game-winner, the San Jose Sharks took their first lead in 348:33 of hockey. Their previous lead came Feb. 5, in a game against Chicago that they eventually lost. (stat via )

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