Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Corey Crawford posted 29 saves and 10 different
Blackhawks registered at least one point in Chicago's 4-2 victory over the Los
Angeles Kings in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals from United Center.
Andrew Shaw, Brent Seabrook, Michal Handzus and Bryan Bickell each scored
once, while Patrick Sharp and Brandon Saad added a pair of assists apiece to
help the Blackhawks grab a 2-0 series lead.
Tyler Toffoli tallied a goal and an assist for the Kings in place of an
injured Mike Richards, who skated in pregame warmups but was unable to play
after taking a big hit from Chicago's Dave Bolland late in the third period of
LA's 2-1 setback in Game 1.
Jeff Carter registered the other goal for the Kings, while starting goaltender
Jonathan Quick gave up four goals on 17 shots before being removed near the
midpoint of the second period.
Jonathan Bernier stopped all nine shots he faced in relief for the defending
champion Kings, who will look to get back on track Tuesday when the series
shifts to Los Angeles for Game 3.
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