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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Streak Lives As Blues Top Ducks

ST. LOUIS -- Grant Fuhr narrowly missed a personal shutout record, and Jim Campbell scored his team-leading ninth goal as the streaking St. Louis Blues beat the Anaheim Mighty Ducks 4-2.


Fuhr was 1:52 away from setting a new personal best for consecutive minutes without allowing a goal when Steve Rucchin scored on a power play at the 10:33 of the final period. Fuhr was seeking to break his streak of 124 minutes, 26 seconds, set for Edmonton in 1987-88.


The Blues have won five straight, for the first time since 1993, while the Ducks have lost two in a row and are 3-4-1 in their last eight games.


Kings 4, Blackhawks 2. In Chicago, Dimitri Khristich scored two goals and added an assist as Los Angeles beat the Chicago Blackhawks.


Vitali Yachmenev and Vladimir Tsyplakov also scored for the Kings, 5-1-3 in their last nine games. Los Angeles goaltender Byron Dafoe stopped 30 of 32 shots. James Black and Tony Amonte scored for the Blackhawks, who lost their third straight.


The Blackhawks dominated play early and outshot the Kings 11-3 in the first 10 minutes but fell behind on Khristich's power-play goal at 13:48. Los Angeles outworked Chicago over the next 20 minutes and built a 3-0 lead.


Stars 7, Oilers 3. At St. Louis, Greg Adams had two goals and two assists, and rookie Jamie Langenbrunner scored twice as Dallas beat Edmonton.


The outcome was not in doubt after the second period, during which Dallas outscored Edmonton 19-4 for a 6-2 lead after 40 minutes.


Pat Verbeek gave the Stars a 1-0 lead just 2:03 into the game when his long slapshot eluded Edmonton goaltender Curtis Joseph.


After Ryan Smyth tied the game on a power play, Adams and Langenbrunner restored the Dallas advantage. Adams knocked in a goal-mouth pass from Verbeek. Langenbrunner scored his fifth goal when he took a Dave Reid pass in the slot and ripped a shot past Joseph.


Brent Gilchrist gave Dallas a 4-1 lead and Adams got his second goal 1:20 later.


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