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NHL Three Stars: Toews leads Blackhawks; strong Shark debut

NHL Three Stars: Toews leads Blackhawks; strong Shark debut

yahoo.com Updated 9 hours ago
No. 1 Star: Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks The Hawks captain scored the game’s first two goals, including a shorthanded one, in their 5-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. He also assisted on Marian Hossa’s third-period goal. No. 2 Star: Ben Smith, …
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