Several shots found the post in the second period, but none found the back of the net, and the score between Chicago and Columbus remains 3-0 in favor of the Blackhawks through two periods of play.
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The second was light on shots on goal -- Chicago had a 5-3 edge -- as the Blue Jackets were not able to mount a lot of offense in their comeback efforts despite a couple of power play opportunities.
Andrew Shaw, Patrick Sharp and Brent Seabrook have scored the goals for Chicago so far.
Corey Crawford has stopped 14 shots as he works toward a possible shutout.
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