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NHL scores, recaps from Sunday, March 12, 2017: Blackhawks gain on Wild; four Captains lead their teams to key wins


SUNDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
CHICAGO 4, Minnesota 2
Montreal 4, EDMONTON 1
NY Rangers 4, DETROIT 1
ANAHEIM 5, Washington 2
SAN JOSE 5, Dallas 1

BLACKHAWKS GAIN GROUND ON WESTERN CONFERENCE-LEADING WILD
Patrick Kane (1-1—2) and Artemi Panarin (1-1—2) scored on the Blackhawks’ first two shots of the game and Corey Crawford made a season-high 42 saves as Chicago secured a victory over Minnesota in a battle of the top two teams in the Western Conference.

* The Blackhawks (43-20-5, 91 points) climbed within a point of the Wild (43-18-6, 92 points) for first place in the Central Division and Western Conference, concluding their four-game season series with a 3-1-0 edge (MIN: 1-2-1).

* Kane scored just 51 seconds into the contest to reach the 30-goal mark for the third time in his NHL career (also 30 in 2009-10 and 46 in 2015-16). The reigning Art Ross Trophy winner has tallied 15-9—24 in 16 games since Feb. 1 to move into second in NHL scoring with 30-43—73, trailing only Connor McDavid (23-52—75).

* Crawford improved to 27-15-3 in 45 appearances this season, including a 9-3-0 mark in his last 12 dating to Feb. 2 (2.50 GAA, .922 SV%).

CAPTAINS HELP CLUBS STRENGTHEN POSITIONS
The Sharks, Ducks, Rangers and Canadiens continued their pursuit of the playoffs with help from their captains:

* Joe Pavelski (2-0—2) scored twice, including his seventh decisive marker of the season, to help the Sharks (41-20-7, 89 points) maintain a seven-point grip of first place in the Pacific Division. Pavelski matched a single-season franchise record with 11 game-winning goals in 2015-16 and paces the NHL with 18 such tallies over the last two campaigns.

Ryan Getzlaf (1-2—3) assisted on Rickard Rakell’s game-winning goal to lead the Ducks (36-23-10, 82 points) past the League-leading Capitals (44-17-7, 95 points) and help Randy Carlyle earn his 400th career win as an NHL head coach. Corey Perry (2-1—3) and Ryan Kesler (1-2—3) also collected three points apiece as Anaheim regained sole possession of second place in the Pacific Division.

* Ryan McDonagh (2-0—2) registered the second multi-goal game of his NHL career to lead the Rangers (44-23-2, 90 points) to their League-leading 25th road win of 2016-17 in their final regular-season visit to Joe Louis Arena. New York strengthened its hold on the first Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference and climbed within two points of the Blue Jackets (43-18-6, 92 points) for third place in the Metropolitan Division, where the top four teams are separated by only five points.

Max Pacioretty (2-0—2) tallied twice, including the go-ahead goal, as the Canadiens (39-22-8, 86 points) scored four unanswered goals in the final 6:27 of regulation to improve to 7-1-0 in their last eight games. Pacioretty ranks second in the NHL with 34 game-winners since the start of the 2013-14 season, including seven such tallies in 2016-17. Paul Byron (2-1—3) sparked the comeback win to propel Montreal back into the top spot in the Atlantic Division.

 

GAME RESULTS WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHL MORNING SKATE PUBLICATION