Tanner Pearson had an objective and a help, while novice defenceman Quinn Hughes also scored. Kampf connected the game for Chicago at 4:15, using teammate Matthew Highmore as a screen. Hughes made up for that miscue when he drew the Canucks to within one with a blast from simply inside the blue line on a power play at 10:20. Miller scored the video game's opening objective at the 5:04 mark of the very first period, just seconds after Chicago killed a too-many-men charge. Chicago connected the video game simply under 9 minutes later.

Adam Gaudette scored at 15:49 of the 3rd period as the Vancouver Canucks battled back from a two-goal deficit to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 7-5 Thursday night and extend their win streak to six games.

Gaudette took a pass from J.T Miller and scored on a rifle shot from in between the faceoff circles.

The Canucks needed to kill a charge late in the game to maintain the win.

Bo Horvat had two goals, one into an empty net, and an assist. Miller had a goal and three helps while Elias Pettersson had an objective and 2 helpers for the Canucks (21-15-4).

Tanner Pearson had an objective and an assist, while novice defenceman Quinn Hughes likewise scored. Pearson has 17 points in the last 16 video games.

Patrick Kane scored twice for the Blackhawks (18-18-6), who saw a three-game win streak snapped.

Jonathan Toews had an objective and an assist, while Connor Murphy and David Kampf also scored for the Blackhawks, who are 5-2-0 in their last seven games.

Canucks goaltender Jacob Markstrom made 28 saves.

Chicago goalie Robin Lehner, making his fourth successive start, stopped 30 shots.

Offensive surge

Horvat put the Canucks ahead 5-4 at 8:10 of the third period on an innocent looking play. The Canuck sent out a shot at the internet from along the boards. Lehner kicked the puck, it hit defenceman Dennis Gilbert and careened into the web. A frustrated Lehner banged his stick on the crossbar after.

Kane made it 5-5 at 13:44 of the third, putting a shot in between Markstrom's pads.

A wild 2nd period saw the groups integrate for 6 goals. Chicago scored three times in just over four minutes to take a 4-2 lead, but the Canucks battled back to connect the video game before the duration ended.

Pearson gave Vancouver a 2-1 lead at 2:48, deflecting a fluttering shot by defenceman Alex Edler for his 16th point in as lots of video games.

Kampf tied the video game for Chicago at 4:15, utilizing teammate Matthew Highmore as a screen. Kane scored on a power play at 6:25 then Toews made it a two-goal lead at 8:17 on a weird play. The Chicago captain turned a puck along the boards that strike Hughes on the back and bounced into the web.

Hughes made up for that miscue when he drew the Canucks to within one with a blast from just inside the blue line on a power play at 10:20. Pettersson connected the video game once again 85 2nd later on, ripping a shot from between the face-off circles.

Miller scored the video game's opening objective at the 5:04 mark of the first duration, simply seconds after Chicago eliminated a too-many-men charge. Horvat took a shot from simply inside the blue line that Miller tipped past Lehner for his 15th goal of the season.

Chicago connected the game just under 9 minutes later on. Canuck defenceman Oscar Fantenberg attempted to pass from behind his own web, but the puck was tipped and took an odd bounce. Murphy caught the puck and beat an evaluated Markstrom on the short side.