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Timo Meier scored on a deflection and added an empty-net goal, James Reimer earned his 42nd career shutout, and the San Jose Sharks beat the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Sunday night.

 

The Sharks won for the third time in four starts, all with Reimer in goal. He was only occasionally challenged en route to his first shutout in 22 months, stopping 29 shots.

 

The loss was the third in five games for Chicago, and dropped the Blackhawks to 6-3-0 since Derek King took over as head coach.

 

Chicago forward Dylan Strome was a healthy scratch for the second straight game. He'd been in former coach Jeremy Colliton's doghouse at the start of the season, missing the first four games and six of the first eight.

 

Blackhawks: Start a three-game trip Thursday night in Washington.

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