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CHICAGO (AP) Michael Stone shot the puck and it ended up in the back of the net. That was Stone’s story Vegas Golden Knights T-Shirts Womens , and those were the most important details for the Calgary Flames.Stone scored with 3:30 left on a shot that appeared to be tipped in by Johnny Gaudreau, and the Flames won 3-2 on Tuesday night, beating the Chicago Blackhawks for the second straight game.Dougie Hamilton and Sean Monahan also scored for Calgary (27-18-8), and Mike Smith made 34 saves in the opener of a six-game trip. The Flames topped the Blackhawks 4-3 Saturday night on Monahan’s overtime goal in Calgary.”A good way to start the road trip,” Stone said. ”We need these points right now and hopefully we can keep the momentum going.”Stone connected on a rising shot from the right point, giving Calgary a 2-1 lead. Gaudreau and Flames coach Glen Gulutzan said the star forward got a piece of it with the shaft of his stick, but Stone was credited with his third goal of the season.”I just shot it,” Stone said. ”I didn’t even know it went in the net, to be honest with you, so I’ll take that one.”Gaudreau had two assists, giving him a team-high 45 on the season. He was OK with missing out on his 17th goal.”I’m just happy the team got the win,” he said. ”Stoner, you know, it was a great shot.”The Blackhawks challenged the play Vegas Golden Knights Hoodies Womens , arguing Gaudreau’s stick was above the crossbar when it touched the puck. But it was ruled “Stone’s shot entered the Chicago net in a legal fashion.”Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane scored for last-place Chicago (24-21-8), which has dropped three in a row. Jeff Glass finished with 20 stops.”I don’t know what to say right now. It’s pretty frustrating,” captain Jonathan Toews said. ”I thought we played pretty good hockey at times. Had a lot of good chances. We should be able to find ways to win games even if we give up two or three.”After Monahan added an empty-netter at 18:09, the Blackhawks got one back on Kane’s team-best 21st goal with just a couple of seconds remaining. Coach Joel Quenneville then used his timeout, but Chicago was unable to come up with the tying score.”That was a tough one,” Quenneville said. ”We had power plays to get us an opportunity to go ahead, and tie it.”The Blackhawks got off to a nice start in their first home game since Jan. 24. With Flames forward Micheal Ferland in the penalty box for boarding, DeBrincat beat a screened Smith with a wrist shot from the top of the right circle 3:35 into the first.It was DeBrincat’s fifth goal in the last five games. The rookie winger is second on the team with 19 goals on the season.Calgary had a 5-on-3 power play for 100 seconds late in the first, but Chicago killed it off. Glass made three saves while the Blackhawks were short-handed.The Flames responded with Hamilton’s ninth goal 1:10 into the second. Monahan and Hamilton skated in for a 2-on-1, and Monahan’s centering pass went off Hamilton’s left skate and into the net.The Blackhawks appeared to get the go-ahead goal off a wild scramble in front 3:53 into the second, but it was waved off after a long delay. The on-ice call was upheld by the referees, but Calgary challenged for goaltender interference and the replay review took Ryan Hartman’s score off the board.”What we saw when I looked at it was that we didn’t push anybody into the goalie, so then there was contact made,” Gulutzan said.NOTES: The Flames improved to 14-5-5 on the road. … Blackhawks G Corey Crawford skated again Tuesday morning Vegas Golden Knights Hats Womens , but Quenneville provided no timetable for his return. Crawford has missed 18 straight games with an upper-body injury. … The Flames scratched D Matt Bartkowski and forwards Marek Hrivik and Ryan Lomberg. … D Connor Murphy (illness) and forwards Lance Bouma and Tommy Wingels were inactive for Chicago.UP NEXTFlames: Visit the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night.Blackhawks: Host the Dallas Stars on Thursday night.—Jay Cohen can be reached at— NEWARK, N.J. (AP) It didn’t take Tomas Tatar long to get going with the Vegas Golden Knights.Three games into his tenure, Tatar got a winner with his first goal and Vegas avoided its first four-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over New Jersey on Sunday, handing the Devils their third-straight loss.”It’s a big goal after getting traded and it’s a big one to get the monkey off the back, but the even bigger thing is it helped us win the game,” said Tatar, who was acquired in a trading-deadline deal with the Red Wings last Monday. ”It’s a good start for our road trip.”Deryk Englland and David Perron also scored for the Golden Knights, which is starting a five-game road trip.Marc-Andre Fleury, who stopped a half-dozen excellent chances in the first period, made 33 saves, including a last-second shot by Kyle Palmieri to win for the 22nd time in 33 games.”We didn’t give up near as many chances as we did the last couple of games,” Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said of the recent 0-2-1 skid. ”I felt we played a better defensive game and `Flower’ (Fleury) was really good in the net for us. He made a great save with one second left in the hockey game.”Taylor Hall had a goal and an assist for New Jersey to extend his points streak to a league-best 19 games. He has a point in the last 25 games he has played. He missed three games with an injury, so the personal streak is longer than the league-recognized run.”It’s hockey so you are going to lose some games,” Hall said of the Devils’ recent ups and downs. ”You are going to go through rough patches. No one has gone 82-0. It’s a hard league and there is so much parity there are no easy games.”After a scoreless first period Custom Vegas Golden Knights Jerseys , there were five goals in the second, with the Golden Knights getting three and Tatar providing the winner with his 17th of the season.Tatar, who was acquired for three high draft picks over the next four years, gave Vegas a 3-1 lead with 2:17 left in the period when slid a rebound of Perron’s blast that Schneider could not hold under the goaltender for a power-play goal.Schneider felt he had the puck between his pads. He didn’t.”I was just trying to get down on it and whoever it was just speared into the pads and knocked it through,” said Schneider, who is now 0-2 since returning from hip and groin injuries. ”They called it a good goal and we didn’t challenge it. You just have to live with it.”Tatar said his teammates made a nice play off the faceoff and Perron had a hard shot.”He was walking down main street and I tried to help him so that he could have the best shooting lane,” Tatar said. ”The puck dropped there and I poked it in.”Hall reduced the lead to a goal 12 seconds later with his career-best 30th goal. He collected a puck that Golden Knights defenseman Colin Miller mishandled behind his own net and came quickly came out in front and beat Fleury.”I’d give it all up for a couple of wins,” Hall said of his streak.Perron opened the scoring at 4:39, putting the rebound of a deflection by Tomas Hyka into an open net.Sami Vatanen tied it a little more than four minutes later with a power-play goal from the left circle. Hall set it up with a cross-ice pass.Engelland put the Golden Knights ahead to stay at 11:17 with a rising shot from the right point past a screened Schneider. It was his first goal in 35 games and fourth of the season.NOTES: Devils F Brian Gibbons will skate with the team this week for the first time since breaking a thumb on Jan. 20. … Perron’s 59 points are a career high. … Vegas scratched F James Neal and Oscar Lindberg and D Luca Sbisa and Nate Schmidt with injuries. … Devils rookie F Jesper Bratt was a healthy scratch. … D Jon Merrill, who Vegas took from New Jersey in the expansion draft, got an assist on Perron’s goal. … Patrick Maroon, who the Devils acquired on a trading deadline deal, has three assists in three games.UP NEXT:Golden Knights: At Columbus on Tuesday night.Devils: Host Montreal on Tuesday night.—

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