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January 17, 2010
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews scored twice in the third period and added an assist as Chicago rallied to sweep a home-and-home series against the Columbus Blue Jackets with a 6-5 victory Saturday. Andrew Ladd, Marian Hossa and Troy Brower each had a goal and an assist, and Ben Eager also scored for Chicago, which is tied with San Jose for the most points in the league (70). Patrick Kane added three assists and Patrick Sharp two assists for the Blackhawks, playing the first of a season-high eight-game, 15-day trip.
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January 17, 2010
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews scored twice in the third period and added an assist as Chicago rallied to sweep a home-and-home series against the Columbus Blue Jackets with a 6-5 victory Saturday. Andrew Ladd, Marian Hossa and Troy Brower each had a goal and an assist, and Ben Eager also scored for Chicago, which is tied with San Jose for the most points in the league (70). Patrick Kane added three assists and Patrick Sharp two assists for the Blackhawks, playing the first of a season-high eight-game, 15-day trip.
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December 21, 2009
Cristobal Huet made 20 saves for his second straight shutout, and Duncan Keith had a goal and an assist to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to their fourth victory in a row, 3-0, over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night. Brian Campbell and Dustin Byfuglien also scored to help Chicago move back into first place in the Central Division. Detroit, shut out for the fourth time in its last 15 games, has lost two straight. Huet got his third shutout this season, 23rd overall and first against Detroit.
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December 21, 2009
Cristobal Huet made 20 saves for his second straight shutout, and Duncan Keith had a goal and an assist to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to their fourth victory in a row, 3-0, over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night. Brian Campbell and Dustin Byfuglien also scored to help Chicago move back into first place in the Central Division. Detroit, shut out for the fourth time in its last 15 games, has lost two straight. Huet got his third shutout this season, 23rd overall and first against Detroit.
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June 4, 2004 | Mike Bresnahan
Goaltender Cristobal Huet, who played in half of the Kings' games last season, signed a two-year, $1.2-million deal Thursday to stay with the Kings. Huet, who would have become a restricted free agent July 1, was 10-16-10 with a 2.43 goals-against average in 41 appearances. He often spelled erratic starter Roman Cechmanek and started 20 games as Cechmanek sat out with hip and groin injuries. "When you have a chance to play, you can show a little bit more than just in practice," Huet said.
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February 29, 2004 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
With the weight of the Kings and a playoff run resting on his shoulder pads, Cristobal Huet looked as unencumbered as can be. After all, he's used to carrying an entire nation. Huet, one of a handful of French-born players to ever play in the NHL, continued to help keep alive the King playoff hopes and all but killed those of the Mighty Ducks in a 2-1 victory Saturday before a standing-room crowd of 18,207 at Staples Center.
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February 26, 2003 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
With Tuesday night's game and their playoff hopes in danger of slipping away, the Kings turned over their goaltending duties to a 27-year-old Frenchman who before Thursday had never played in the NHL. Firing away at Cristobal Huet would be Mario Lemieux, the ageless NHL scoring leader, and the rest of the Pittsburgh Penguins, who already had scored two consecutive goals in 15 1/2 minutes against Jamie Storr.
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December 4, 2003
The King goaltending duo of Roman Cechmanek and Cristobal Huet is leading the NHL in combined shutouts. A look: Source: NHL *--* Players Team Shutouts Roman Cechmanek, Cristobal Huet Kings 5 Robert Esche, Jeff Hackett Philadelphia 4 Jose Theodore, Mathieu Garon Montreal 4 Martin Brodeur, Corey Schwab New Jersey 4 Kevin Weekes, Jamie Storr Carolina 4 Andrew Raycroft, Felix Potvin Boston 3 Chris Osgood, Brent Johnson St. Louis 3 Nikolai Khabibulin, John Grahame Tampa Bay 3 *--*
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December 2, 2009
Brent Seabrook scored in the 11th round of a shootout Tuesday night and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Columbus Blue Jackets, 4-3, to give Coach Joel Quenneville his 500th victory. Marian Hossa, playing his first game with the Blackhawks at the United Center, scored in the second round of the shootout. Columbus' Jakub Voracek tied it in the next round, setting the stage for a goaltending battle between Steve Mason and Chicago's Cristobal Huet before Seabrook skated in for the winner.
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December 29, 2007 | From the Associated Press
* at Carolina 4, Boston 3: Chad LaRose converted a penalty shot, and Eric Staal scored on a power play in the third period for the Hurricanes, who won consecutive home games for the first time since early November. * Montreal 5, at Florida 1: Guillaume Latendresse, Michael Ryder and Christopher Higgins scored on the first three shots of the game for the Canadiens, and Cristobal Huet stopped 40 shots for Montreal.
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June 4, 2004 | Mike Bresnahan
Goaltender Cristobal Huet, who played in half of the Kings' games last season, signed a two-year, $1.2-million deal Thursday to stay with the Kings. Huet, who would have become a restricted free agent July 1, was 10-16-10 with a 2.43 goals-against average in 41 appearances. He often spelled erratic starter Roman Cechmanek and started 20 games as Cechmanek sat out with hip and groin injuries. "When you have a chance to play, you can show a little bit more than just in practice," Huet said.
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February 29, 2004 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
With the weight of the Kings and a playoff run resting on his shoulder pads, Cristobal Huet looked as unencumbered as can be. After all, he's used to carrying an entire nation. Huet, one of a handful of French-born players to ever play in the NHL, continued to help keep alive the King playoff hopes and all but killed those of the Mighty Ducks in a 2-1 victory Saturday before a standing-room crowd of 18,207 at Staples Center.
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February 26, 2003 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
With Tuesday night's game and their playoff hopes in danger of slipping away, the Kings turned over their goaltending duties to a 27-year-old Frenchman who before Thursday had never played in the NHL. Firing away at Cristobal Huet would be Mario Lemieux, the ageless NHL scoring leader, and the rest of the Pittsburgh Penguins, who already had scored two consecutive goals in 15 1/2 minutes against Jamie Storr.
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October 23, 2007 | From the Associated Press
* at Montreal 6, Boston 1: Chris Higgins and Alex Kovalev scored Montreal's first two goals off faceoffs and Cristobal Huet made 31 saves to lead the Canadiens. Bryan Smolinski, who played his 1,000th regular-season game, set up Mikhail Grabovski's first career goal that put the Canadiens up 5-1 midway through the third. * at Carolina 3, Vancouver 1: Cory Stillman and Chad LaRose scored and the Hurricanes ended a two-game losing streak.
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