ST. LOUIS BLUES JAMAL MAYERS RECEIVES AWARDS
Former member of the St. Louis Blues now radio color analyst Kelly Chase (R) poses for a photo with current Blues player Jamal Mayers after Mayers received the Commitment On and Off the Field Award at the 2006 Multiple Sclerosis Sports Celebrity Dinner in St. Louis on February 15, 2006. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
Devin Setoguchi pushed across a goal in the third shootout round Thursday to give the Minnesota Wild a 2-1 triumph over Chicago.
Daniel and Henrik Sedin teamed up for an overtime goal Tuesday that gave the Vancouver Canucks a 3-2 victory over Chicago.
Ray Emery made 24 saves Friday and lost his shutout bid with just 1:47 to play Friday, carrying the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-1 victory over Anaheim.
Joakim Lindstrom's shootout goal proved to be the game-winner Saturday, boosting the Colorado Avalanche past Chicago 5-4.
Marion Hossa scored a goal and Corey Crawford made 14 saves Tuesday to keep the Chicago Blackhawks on their early-season roll with a 5-2 win over Phoenix.
Patrick Marleau scored the tiebreaking goal 5 minutes into the third period Thursday, giving the San Jose Sharks a 3-2 win over Minnesota.
Jamal Mayers scored his first goal of the season Wednesday and Patrick Marleau had two late tallies to bring San Jose a 5-2 win over Chicago.
Miikka Kiprusoff picked up his fourth shutout of the season Thursday in leading the Calgary Flames to a 2-0 decision over Ottawa.
Toronto made trades with two teams Sunday, giving up six players and acquiring four, including defenseman Dion Phaneuf and goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere.
Petr Prucha produced the game's first two scores Wednesday in helping the Phoenix Coyotes jump to a four-goal lead and the Coyotes went on to down Toronto 6-3.
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