The Buffalo Sabres came into the United Center as losers of their last nine road games, and the Chicago Blackhawks weren't about to let them break the streak. Chicago scored two goals in each period en route to a 6-2 victory over Buffalo.
Dave Bolland extended Chicago's lead to 5-2 four minutes into the third period with his 14 goal of the season off assists from Jimmy Hayes and Nick Leddy. Star center Jonathon Toews would score on a power play two minutes later for his 26th goal of the season off assists from Bolland and Brent Seabrook. Toews also scored a power play goal in the first period. Only Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos has more goals than Toews.
Chicago out-shot Buffalo 35-27 in the game.
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