NHL: Andrew Shaw scores only goal as the Chicago Blackhawks remain unbeaten

Last Updated: 25/02/13 9:15am

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Andrew Shaw is congratulated after his winning strike

Andrew Shaw is congratulated after his winning strike

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The Chicago Blackhawks maintained their unbeaten run with a narrow victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The NHL's top club have now won all 18 of their games this season, with Andrew Shaw scoring the only goal against the Blue Jackets and Corey Crawford claiming a shutout.

The Anaheim Ducks needed overtime to snatch a 4-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche, with Corey Perry securing the crucial goal with 45 seconds left on the clock.

The Detroit Red Wings registered a stunning 8-3 defeat over Northwest leaders the Vancoutner Canucks.

Damien Brunner scored twice and assisted twice and Joakim Andersson added two goals of his own in a fine showing for the Red Wings.

The Pittsburgh Penguins overcame a 5-3 victory over theTampa Bay Lightning with Sidney Crosby collecting two goals and an assist, while the New York Islanders' flaky home form again cost them in a 4-2 loss against the Carolina Hurricanes

The Calgary Flames were 5-4 winners over the Phoenix Coyotes, the Boston Bruins bested the Florida Panthers 4-1 and the New Jersey Devils went down 4-2 to the Winnipeg Jets.

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