Another standard falls as Kane keeps scoring
CHICAGO – Teuvo Teravainen scored from a sharp angle 21 seconds into the third period to break a tie, and Marian Hossa had a goal and an assist as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 on Sunday, ending a three-game losing streak.
NHL scoring leader Patrick Kane assisted on Artemi Panarin's empty-net goal with 1:46 left to extend his point streak to 22 games, breaking Bobby Hull's team record, with Hull in attendance. Kane has a goal or assist in 25 of the Blackhawks' 27 games this season.
Teravainen broke a 10-game goal drought and connected for the first time in a month when he fooled Michael Hutchinson with a quick shot from the right circle. The puck struck Hutchinson, then slipped in just inside the right post on the short side.
Winnipeg's Chris Thorburn had a goal that was awarded after a delayed video review.
Chicago's Corey Crawford made 30 saves. Hutchinson blocked 29 shots but lost for the first time in regulation to the Blackhawks (4-1-1).
•POWER PLAY ACE: Justin Faulk's a power-play goal with 17 seconds left gave the host Carolina Hurricanes a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Coyotes. Faulk is tied for the league lead with nine goals on the man advantage. Stefan Elliott had a goal and an assist for the Coyotes, who lost their fourth game in a row.
•ON THE WAY BACK: Derick Brassard scored twice and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 23 shots, lead the New York Rangers to a 4-1 win over the Ottawa Senators in New York. Ryan McDonagh and Jesper Fast also scored, helping the Rangers snap a two-game skid. McDonagh and Brassard scored power-play goals in the first period.
•COOL DOWN: Florida had won five straight overall, and a club record-tying five in a row on the road before a 4-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils. The Panthers' Jaromir Jagr had two assists in his first game at the Prudential Center since the February trade that sent him from New Jersey to Florida.
•REVERSAL: Chris Stewart had the go-ahead goal in the second period, and the host Anaheim Ducks overcame a disallowed goal to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1. The Ducks appeared to have tied it at 7:30 of the first on a shot by Rickard Rakell during a power play. But Penguins coach Mike Johnston initiated a replay challenge, claiming the play was offside — and was proved to be right.