Detroit at Chicago

    Blackhawks 4, Red Wings 2 wire reports

    CHICAGO -- Jack Skille, Marian Hossa and Duncan Keith each had a goal and an assist, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 on Saturday night in exhibition player in their first home game since winning the Stanley Cup in June at Philadelphia.

    The announced crowd of 20,553 set a a franchise preseason record.

    Ryan Potulny also scored for Chicago, which won for the first time in the preseason following two losses.

    Valtteri Filppula and Drew Miller scored for Detroit, also 1-2-0 in exhibition play.

    Marty Turco made 23 saves for Chicago, and Chris Osgood stopped 30 shots for Detroit.

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    Scoring Summary
    1st Period
    14:30Ryan Potulny - Assists: Jack Skille and Fernando Pisani
    2nd Period
    4:48Power Play - Duncan Keith - Assists: Fernando Pisani and Patrick Kane
    14:49Valtteri Filppula - Assists: Tomas Tatar and Brendan Smith
    3rd Period
    10:39Jack Skille - Assists: Marian Hossa and Brent Seabrook
    15:06Drew Miller - Assist: Doug Janik
    16:20Marian Hossa - Assists: Duncan Keith and Jonathan Toews
    Penalty Summary
    1st Period
    4:37Justin Abdelkader: hooking - minor
    7:18Fernando Pisani: goaltender interference - minor
    10:37Niklas Hjalmarsson: interference - minor
    18:00Fernando Pisani: holding - minor
    18:06Tomas Tatar: tripping - minor
    2nd Period
    3:54Tomas Tatar: interference - minor
    11:55Jamie Tardif: interference - minor
    17:25Jonathan Ericsson: hooking - minor
    3rd Period
    8:34Doug Janik: holding - minor
    16:07Ryan Potulny: delay-of-game - minor
    17:39Brent Seabrook: cross-checking - minor
    Shots on Goal
    Chris Osgood58:37304
    Marty Turco59:53232
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    Attendance - 20553
    Referees - Justin St. Pierre, Tim Peel
    Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Michel Cormier
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