Alex DeBrincat scores twice and Patrick Kane adds a goal and 3 assists, leading the Chicago Blackhawks to 6-4 win against the Carolina Hurricanes

The Chicago Blackhawks put up their best first-period performance of the season Thursday — three power-play goals — then immediately flushed it away when the Carolina Hurricanes scored two goals in eight seconds to start the second. — Ultimately, that lapse didn’t cost the Hawks. The teams traded goals in the third period before Alex DeBrincat’s goal with 7:38 left put them ahead for good in a 6-4 victory at the United Center. Patrick Kane had a goal and three assists, Mattias Janmark, Dominik Kubalik and Andrew Shaw scored and DeBrincat added an empty-netter for the Hawks, who improved to 4-4…

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