Chicago Blackhawks Have 4-2 Lead over St. Louis Blues in Second Period

Apparently, a lot of people in St. Louis have the day off on President's Day.

Therefore, the Blues organization has decided to schedule a home game against the Blackhawks for 1 p.m. CST. The day game got off to a good start for the home team, as Andy McDonald scored a power-play goal and Brad Boyes got a goal to give the Blues a 2-0 lead heading into the first intermission.

However, Chicago scored four goals to head into the second intermission with the lead. Viktor Stalberg started the scoring for the Blackhawks 2:18 into the second period.

Dave Bolland tied the game with a goal exactly one minute later. Marian Hossa and Bryan Bickell were credited with the assist.

Patrick Kane, thanks to an assist from Jonathan Toews, gave the Hawks the 3-2 lead. Then Toews scored a power-play goal to put them up 4-2, and that's where we stand now.

But keep in mind that this is the same St. Louis Blues that scored nine goals in its previous game.

Stay tuned.

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