The Blackhawks used a four-goal third period to sink the Stars, 6-2, in Chicago. Patrick Kane and Kris Versteeg had a goal and two assists apiece for Chicago, which has won three of its last four games. Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook, Jonathan Toews [[ taves ]] and Brandon Saad also lit the lamp, while Corey Crawford made 22 saves in the victory. Curtis McKenzie and Shawn Horcoff had the goals for Dallas, which has dropped two straight. Kari Lehtonen allowed all six goals on 47 shots in the loss.
San Jose Sharks 2, Carolina Hurricanes 0
Minnesota Wild 4, Winnipeg Jets 3 (OT)
Montreal Canadiens 4, Detroit Red Wings 1
Florida Panthers 6, Anaheim Ducks 2
Arizona Coyotes 2, Edmonton Oilers 1
>>Hockey Hall Of Fame To Induct Six Tonight
(Toronto, Ontario) -- The Hockey Hall of Fame will induct its 2014 class tonight in Toronto. Centers Mike Modano and Peter Forsberg, defenseman Rob Blake and goaltender Dominik Hasek [[ HAH-sick ]] will be enshrined, as well as former referee Bill McCreary and late head coach Pat Burns. Modano led all U.S.-born players with 561 career goals, mostly with the Dallas Stars. Forsberg won two Stanley Cups with the Colorado Avalanche and scored a shootout goal to help his native Sweden win Olympic gold in 1994. Blake won a Stanley Cup with Colorado as well as a gold medal in the Olympics and world championships. Hasek was a six-time Vezina Trophy winner as the NHL's top goalie and a two-time Hart Trophy recipient as the league's Most Valuable Player. He won two Stanley Cups, both with Detroit. McCreary was a referee from 1982 to 2011. He worked 15 Stanley Cup Finals and the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Burns won 501 games as head coach of the Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Bruins and Devils, winning a Stanley Cup with New Jersey in 2003. He passed away in 2010 at age 58.