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Vancouver Canucks rally to cut deficit and beat Blackhawks by 7-5

The latest game of the Vancouver Canucks VS the Chicago Blackhawks ever seemed to be a struggle of a defensive match.

Adam Gaudette scored a goal for the Vancouver Canucks in the 3rd period as the Vancouver Canucks made a late rally to come back from being 2 goals down to beat the Blackhawks by 7-5 on Thursday night. With this win, Canucks extended their winning streak to 6 games.

Gaudette received his pass from JT Miller and then scored on the hard shot from the faceoff circles.

Canucks also killed the penalty of the Blackhawks to ensure their win of this game.




Bo Horvat scored 2 goals for Vancouver Canucks one of which was an empty netter and also had an assist. As for Miller, he scored 1 goal for the Canucks with his 3 assists while Elias Peterson scored 1 goal and had 2 assists.  With this win, Vancouver Canucks are now 21-15-4 on the NHL season.

Tanner Peterson of the Canucks also scored 1 goal along with 1 assist while the rookie defenseman of the team Quinn Hughes also helped with his 1 goal.  Pearson now has scored 17 points in his last 16 games for the Canucks.

Gaudette said, “This was one bit of a crazy game. We had to settle for a bit and then find ourselves to grab this win.”

As for Horvat, he said, “It felt like that a bit that the game was going back and forth. Goals were being scored from everywhere and there were fluke goals as well. That was a fun game to be a part of.”

From the Blackhawks side, Patrick Kane scored 2 goals as the team’s 3-game winning streak comes to an end. they now stand 18-18-6 on the season.

Up next, Blackhawks will host a game against the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night while Canucks will take on New York Rangers next.

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