SI Staff
Friday February 5th, 2016

In a Thursday night game where the goals never seemed to stop, Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews got the final tally with an  overtime game-winning goal against the Arizona Coyotes. Chasing down the loose puck, Toews navigated around Oliver Ekman-­Larsson, Anthony Duclair and Martin Hanzal before finding himself facing Louis Domingue in net. With less than 30 seconds to go in overtime, Toews cemented the 5–4 win.

In addition to Toews’s game-winning goal (his second of the game), Patrick Kane advanced in the scoring race netting his 31st goal and 75th point this season. Blackhawks rookie Artemi Panarin racked up three assists. The Coyotes’ Ekman-­Larsson also had a three-point game with two assists and a goal.

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The Blackhawks improved to 35-­16-­4 while the Coyotes fell to 24-21­-6.

- Cait Platt

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