Blackhawks beat Red Wings, 4-1, for 1st win of season

CHICAGO — Patrick Kane and Andrew Shaw scored power-play goals and Kevin Lankinen made 30 saves for his first NHL victory, leading the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings in their home opener Friday night at the United Center. It was a big bounce-back for the Hawks, who lost four straight road games to start the season. No fans were on hand to witness the Hawks’ offensive fireworks against the Red Wings, their old (and new again) Central Division rivals, because of COVID-19 protocols. It had been 317 days since the Hawks last played at home, beating the Sharks, 6-2, on M…

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