Blackhawks Vs. Rangers Score Update: Chicago Leads 4-0 After 1st Period

Perhaps the Chicago Blackhawks' long period of suffering is about to come to an end on Thursday night, as they've taken a big 4-0 lead on the New York Rangers, but there's still 40 minutes to get through.

Related: Time's Running Out: Blackhawks @ Rangers - Preview/Pre-Game Thread/Lamaze Class

Jonathan Toews got the scoring started with a penalty shot goal a little over a minute into the game; it was his 28th goal of the season. Nick Leddy scored about a minute after that to give Chicago a quick 2-0 lead. The onslaught continued when Patrick Sharp scored two minutes after Leddy's goal, and Marian Hossa later picked up the fourth goal of the period for Chicago.

Unofficially, Chicago out-shot New York 10-5.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more analysis and commentary on the Chicago Blackhawks, check out the Blackhawks blog Second City Hockey. Stay tuned to SB Nation's NHL news hub for more news and notes from around the league.

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