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Chicago Tribune

Observations from the Blackhawks’ 3-0 win over the Kings

“…the Hawks looked as sharp as they have all season. The penalty kill had its first error-free night and Jonathan Toews got on the board for the first time.”

Chicago SunTimes

Corey Crawford, Marian Hossa lead Blackhawks to shutout of Kings

“Just as critical as the penalty kill, the Hawks outshot a team in the first period for just the second time all season, taking a 1-0 lead on Toews’ power-play goal at 6:54 of the first.”

CSN Chicago

Corey Crawford, Blackhawks Blank Kings

“There were glimpses in their game against New Jersey on Friday that they were starting to find their way, and they built off that tonight against the Kings. Sure, it’s one game, a small sample size. But for 60 minutes on Sunday the Blackhawks looked like the Blackhawks.”

The Committed Indian

All the School Kids so Sick of Books: Blackhawks 3, Kings 0

“Tonight, the Kings were either too slow or too busy taking penalties to be bothered. It’s one thing to be a slower team and still disciplined. It’s another to be slow AND take bad penalties. That’s who the Kings were tonight and that’s why the Hawks got their two easiest points of the season.”

SB Nation – Second City Hockey

Blackhawks vs. Kings final score: Corey Crawford shuts out LA in 3-0 win

“Marian Hossa, after celebrating his 500th NHL goal in a great pregame ceremony, also added a tally to the power play with an open netter to cap the win. This is now the second consecutive game where the Hawks have scored multiple goals with a man advantage.”

ESPNChicago

Crawford makes 32 saves, Blackhawks beat Kings 3-0

“Artem Anisimov also scored to extend his career-best point streak to seven games. He has six goals and five assists during the run. Toews got his first goal of the season after having just three assists in the Blackhawks’ first eight games.”