EDMONTON, Alberta, Nov. 26 (UPI) --
Andrew Shaw scored twice and added an assist Monday and the Chicago Blackhawks used a quick start to subdue Edmonton 5-1.
Shaw scored the Blackhawks' final two goals -- one in the second period and another in the third -- while Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane each scored in the first to hand Chicago an early lead.
Johnny Oduya also scored.
Duncan Keith and Brandon Saad each helped out with two assists and Corey Crawford made 24 saves for Central Division-leading Chicago, which rolled to a third straight win.
Edmonton's Justin Schultz scored and Devan Dubnyk yielded four goals on 14 shots before being lifted in the second period.
Veteran Ilya Bryzgalov, recalled from the American Hockey League Sunday, relieved and turned aside 12-of-13 shots in his Oilers debut.
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