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Kane keeps going in Blackhawks win

CHICAGO — Patrick Kane extended his franchise-record points streak to 25 games with a power-play goal and Corey Crawford stopped 25 shots for his third shutout of the season on Friday as the Blackhawks beat the Jets 2-0.

Kane, who entered as the league's leading scorer, got his 19th goal midway through the second period to match Sidney Crosby's 25-game streak, set in 2010-11, for the longest in the league since 1992-93.

Game highlights: Marion Gaborik's shootout goal lifted the Kings to their sixth straight win, 3-2 over the host Penguins. Jonathan Quick stopped 40 shots for Los Angeles. … Kyle Palmieri scored with 39.3 seconds left in overtime to lead the host Devils past the Red Wings 3-2.

Around the league: Sharks forward Logan Couture has had a procedure to close a bleeding artery in his right thigh, an injury he sustained Wednesday in Edmonton.

at Blackhawks 1 1 0 2
Jets 0 0 0 0

First1, Chicago, Toews 9 (Hossa, Shaw), 4:34 (pp). PenaltiesLowry, Wpg (holding), 3:30; Stuart, Wpg (interference), 7:38; Seabrook, Chi (cross-checking), 15:47; Byfuglien, Wpg (hooking), 16:57.

Second2, Chicago, Kane 19 (Teravainen, Rundblad), 10:36 (pp). PenaltiesPanarin, Chi (tripping), :28; van Riemsdyk, Chi (delay of game), 5:33; Byfuglien, Wpg (holding), 8:48; Kruger, Chi (holding), 17:20; Stuart, Wpg (roughing), 19:49.

ThirdNone. PenaltiesHossa, Chi (hooking), 13:35. ShotsWinnipeg 7-5-13—25. Chicago 13-8-10—31. Power-play opportunitiesWinnipeg 0 of 5; Chicago 2 of 5. GoaliesWinnipeg, Hellebuyck 4-1-0 (31 shots-29 saves). Chicago, Crawford 14-7-2 (25-25).

at Devils 0 0 2 1 3
Red Wings 0 2 0 0 2

FirstNone. PenaltiesHelm, Det (tripping), 14:16; New Jersey bench, served by Blandisi (too many men), 17:05; Detroit bench, served by Zetterberg (face-off violation), 19:51.

Second1, Detroit, Nyquist 11 (Zetterberg, Kronwall), 8:51 (pp). 2, Detroit, Tatar 11 (Richards, Green), 16:08 (pp). PenaltiesO'Neill, NJ (slashing), 8:40; Elias, NJ (interference), 14:19; Marchenko, Det (tripping), 17:25.

Third3, New Jersey, Severson 1 (Tootoo, Gionta), 2:40. 4, New Jersey, Kalinin 3 (Palmieri, Tootoo), 14:40 (pp). PenaltiesZetterberg, Det (hooking), 12:59.

Overtime5, New Jersey, Palmieri 13 (Stempniak), 4:20. PenaltiesNone. ShotsDetroit 10-10-5-4—29. New Jersey 10-17-9-2—38. Power playsDetroit 2 of 3; New Jersey 1 of 4. GoaliesDetroit, Howard 7-4-3 (38 shots-35 saves). New Jersey, Schneider 13-7-4 (29-27).

Kings 1 0 1 0 3
at Penguins 0 1 1 0 2
Kings win shootout 2-1

First1, Los Angeles, Pearson 4 (Martinez, Muzzin), 7:34. PenaltiesMcNabb, LA (tripping), 13:05.

Second2, Pittsburgh, Fehr 3 (Cullen, Dumoulin), 18:45. PenaltiesGaborik, LA (hooking), 15:17; Carter, LA (slashing), 16:55; McNabb, LA (roughing), 16:55; Malkin, Pit (slashing), 16:55; Maatta, Pit (hooking), 18:31.

Third3, Los Angeles, Muzzin 3 (Doughty, Kopitar), :34. 4, Pittsburgh, Malkin 13 (Kunitz, Perron), 18:50. PenaltiesPerron, Pit (holding), 4:38.

OvertimeNone. PenaltiesNone.

ShootoutLos Angeles 2 (Kopitar G, Brown NG, Pearson NG, Gaborik G), Pittsburgh 1 (Perron G, Crosby NG, Malkin NG, Bonino NG). ShotsLos Angeles 13-12-13-2—40. Pittsburgh 10-18-11-3—42. Power playsLos Angeles 0 of 2; Pittsburgh 0 of 3. GoaliesLos Angeles, Quick 16-7-1 (42 shots-40 saves). Pittsburgh, Fleury 13-9-2 (40-38).

at Stars 0 2 1 3
Flyers 0 1 0 1

FirstNone. PenaltiesSimmonds, Phi (cross-checking), 13:27; Simmonds, Phi (hooking), 17:59.

Second1, Philadelphia, Gostisbehere 5 (Giroux, Voracek), 9:23 (pp). 2, Dallas, Janmark 6 (Spezza, Oduya), 14:06. 3, Dallas, Roussel 5 (Eakin, Demers), 17:28. PenaltiesRead, Phi (holding), 2:15; Eakin, Dal (holding stick), 8:33; Schultz, Phi (holding), 10:12; B.Schenn, Phi (goaltender interference), 17:52; Del Zotto, Phi (hooking), 19:56.

Third4, Dallas, Ja.Benn 20 (Seguin), 19:07 (en). PenaltiesSceviour, Dal (hooking), 12:34. ShotsPhiladelphia 9-6-5—20. Dallas 18-16-10—44. Power playsPhiladelphia 1 of 2; Dallas 0 of 6. GoaliesPhiladelphia, Neuvirth 7-4-2 (43 shots-41 saves). Dallas, Niemi 12-4-2 (20-19).

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