Blackhawks use 3-goal 3rd to beat Blues 4-1

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CHICAGO (AP) _ Kris Versteeg scored 59 seconds into the third period, Patrick Kane added two more goals, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the St. Louis Blues 4-1 on Wednesday night for their fourth consecutive victory.

Marcus Kruger also scored for Chicago, and Antti Raanta had 40 saves in his first start since Corey Crawford was sidelined by a left foot injury. Versteeg also had the primary assist on each of Kane’s goals as the Blackhawks’ second line enjoyed another big performance.

Back at home after a 5-1 road trip, Chicago killed off each of St. Louis’ six power plays and won for the seventh time in eight games.

Ian Cole scored in the second for the Blues, who had won four of five. Jake Allen made 29 saves.

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