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Blackhawks keep the streak alive.

Crawford still undefeated against Montreal Canadiens.

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The Chicago Blackhawks kept their winning streak alive last night with a 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens.

The Blackhawks dominated the Montreal Canadiens from start to finish, extending their winning streak to 11 consecutive games.

Corey Crawford continued his dominance over the Canadiens, staying undefeated against his childhood's favourite team.

Jonathan Toews scored 2 goals, Patrick Kane had 1 goal and 1 assist and Marian Hossa with 1 goal and 2 assists lead the way offensively for the Hawks, and the Canadiens lost another game. They won only 4 games in their past 20 games.

Hawks' captain hopes that streak will help his team to keep rolling:

"We're on a bit of a roll right now. It's great to be playing the way that we're playing right now, given the fact that these are all very important games and it's a very busy time of year, obviously. So from now until at least the All-Star break, we'd love to continue that pace and keep the momentum that we have right now."

The Blackhawks will look to set a new franchise record with their 12th straight win on Tuesday when they'll play the Nashville Predators.