Patrick Kane scored the go-ahead goal with 3:16 left in the third period to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to end the Boston Bruins’ six-game winning streak with a 3-1 victory Sunday at United Center.
Brody Roybal of Northlake scored a hat trick for the second straight game as the U.S. Paralympic sled hockey team shut out the Czech Republic, 10-0, in its second preliminary round game of the Winter Games.
Kevin McKee (Chicago) and Josh Misiewicz (La Grange) each had two assists.
Team USA closes the preliminary round at 10 p.m. Monday against South Korea on NBC Sports Network.
**RECAP: Hawks beat Bruins on Kane’s power-play goal (SCH)
**Duclair out 1-2 weeks with right leg injury after Marchand hit (SCH)
**‘Surreal’: Hawks honor gold-medal Olympians Kendall Coyne, Alex Rigsby (Chicago Sun Times)
**RECAP: Penguins top Stars, move back into first in Metropolitan (Defending Big D)
**Chambers: Peter Forsberg was toughest superstar of his generation (The Denver Post)
**Analyzing Avs’ defensive depth chart (Mile High Hockey)
**Allen’s recent play in goal a reminder of last season (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
**Where would Eeli Tolvanen best fit in Preds’ lineup? (On The Forecheck)
**RECAP: Gibson, Islanders defeat Flames, end 8-game slide (Lighthouse Hockey)
**RECAP: Kuemper, Coyotes shut out Canucks (NHL.com)
**Flyers sign 2016 draft pick Twarynski to ELC (Broad Street Hockey)
**Hurricanes recall Valentin Zykov from AHL (Canes Country)
**Clarkson, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Colgate make women’s Frozen Four (The Ice Garden)
**Michigan Tech wins OT thriller to advance to WCHA final (SBNCH)
**Merrimack fires head coach Mark Dennehy after 13 seasons (SBNCH)
**Watch: 2018 Minnesota All-Hockey Hair Team (PHT)
**RECAP: No. 4 Denver in NCHC Frozen Faceoff after win over Colorado College (The Denver Post)
**RECAP: Eyssimont’s OT goal sends No. 1 St. Cloud State to NCHC Frozen Faceoff (St. Cloud Times)
**OHL Roundup: Sushko scores shootout winner, Attack beat Greyhounds (Sportsnet)
**QMJHL Roundup: Tigres beat Armada, extend win streak to 8 (Sportsnet)
**WHL Roundup: Phillips leads Victoria to win over Prince George (Sportsnet)