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12/08 21:11 CST Coyotes rally for 4-3 shootout win over Blackhawks Coyotes rally for 4-3 shootout win over Blackhawks By MATT CARLSON Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) --- Conor Garland and Nick Schmaltz scored in the shootout against Robin Lehner, and the Arizona Coyotes rallied from two goals down to to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 on Sunday night. Patrick Kane connected against Darcy Kuemper in the tiebreaker as the Coyotes improved to 5-2 in shootouts this season and finished a 3-1 road trip. Garland got his team-leading 12th goal in regulation, and Carl Soderberg and Christian Fischer also scored. Kuemper finished with 26 saves through overtime. Jonathan Toews has a goal and two assists for his first three-point game this season. Alex DeBrincat and Dominik Kubalik also scored for injury-depleted Chicago, which played beyond regulation for the third straight game following an overtime win at Boston on Thursday and a shootout win at New Jersey the following night. Lehner had 44 saves --- including several sensational ones --- as the Coyotes pressured late. Chicago led 3-1 after one period. Toews opened the scoring 53 seconds in. He connected on a backhand deflection of Calvin de Haan's soft cross-ice feed, despite being tied up with defenseman Jason Demers. DeBrincat's power-play goal at 8:40 made it 2-0. The forward slipped behind Arizona's defense on the left side, took Kane's feed, then burst to the net and beat Kuemper high on the glove side. Arizona cut to 2-1 at 11 minutes from a goalmouth scramble when Christian's Dvorak's feed from the left side of the net ticked in off Fischer's skate. Kubalik's midair deflection of Connor Murphy's shot from the left point with 2:05 left in the first restored Chicago's two-goal lead. Garland and Soderberg scored power-play goals in the second to tie it at 3. Garland trimmed it to 3-2 at 6:32 on a wrist shot from the slot. Chicago rookie defenseman Dennis Gilbert and Demers squared off in a free-swinging fight at 7:01. Gilbert was assessed an extra minor penalty for instigating, as well as a 10-minute misconduct. Soderberg knotted it at 3 on the ensuing man advantage at 8:53 when his pass from right circle deflected off Chicago' defenseman Slater Koekkoek's stick and over Lehner's shoulder. Lehner robbed Clayton Keller with a flashy glove save at 9:19 of the scoreless third to keep it tied. Keller was alone at the low edge of the right circle during Arizona's fifth straight power-play when he fired and Lehner reached to grab the shot. Lehner slid across the crease to stop Jakob Chychrun at 1:40 of overtime. Kuemper blocked Toews' tip-in attempt from the edge of the crease during Chicago's power-play midway through the extra period. Arizona finished the OT on a power-play of its own after Toews sent off for slashing. NOTES: DeBrincat has goals in three straight games after going 12 games without one. ... Chicago D Duncan Keith (groin) missed his fifth game. Coach Jeremy Colliton said the 36-year-old two-time Norris Trophy winner hasn't resumed skating and remains out "week-to-week." ... Chicago D Olli Maatta missed his third game (illness) and F Andrew Shaw sat out his fourth (concussion protocol). ... The Blackhawks recalled F Dylan Sikura from Rockford of the AHL and re-assigned F Anton Wedin. ... Arizona scratched F Michael Chaput, F Barrett Hayton and D Aaron Ness. UP NEXT: Coyotes: Host Calgary on Tuesday night. Blackhawks: At Vegas on Tuesday night to start a three-game trip. ___ More AP NHL: www.apnews.com/NHL and www.twitter.com/AP_Sports
 
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