Chicago enjoying that winning feeling as the regular season draws to a close.
With the Presidents Trophy already secured, the Chicago Blackhawks have showed no signs of slowing down as the regular season comes to a conclusion, sealing a 3-1 win over the Calgary Flames on Friday.
Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews scored just three minutes apart in the first period, as the NHL-leading Blackhawks took their record in the last 14 games to 11-1-2.
Marcus Kruger added a goal in the third period to secure the victory, while Corey Crawford was on form as he made 25 saves to keep Chicago ahead throughout.
It was an entertaining game between two sides at opposite ends of the Western Conference, but most importantly for the Blackhawks they continue their run which has seen them secure the best regular season record in the NHL.
They have one game remaining against the St. Louis Blues on Saturday, but will have the benefit of having home ice advantage throughout the upcoming Stanley Cup Playoffs.