Second-period wrap: Lightning 1, Hawks 0

April, 3, 2011
4/03/11
7:39
PM CT
Rogers By Jesse Rogers
ESPNChicago.com
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CHICAGO -- The Chicago Blackhawks continued to trail the Tampa Bay Lightning 1-0 after two periods at the United Center on Sunday.

There was no scoring in the second period, although the scoring chances picked up a bit for both teams. The Hawks spent too much time killing penalties with Michael Frolik getting called for a double-minor high-sticking infraction and Ryan Johnson for hooking. But their penalty killing was better in the middle 20 minutes than it was in the first 20. Meanwhile, the Hawks have yet to earn a man-advantage try.

On offense, the Hawks managed some good opportunities but weren’t able to get one by goalie Mike Smith. The Hawks are outshooting the Lightning 18-8.

The lone goal of the game was scored in the first period, a power-play tally by Vincent Lecavalier.

Jesse Rogers | email

Chicago Cubs beat reporter
Jesse joined ESPN Chicago in September 2009 and covers the Chicago Cubs for ESPNChicago.com and ESPN Radio 1000.

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TEAM LEADERS

POINTS
Patrick Sharp
PTS GOALS AST +/-
78 34 44 13
OTHER LEADERS
GoalsP. Sharp 34
AssistsD. Keith 55
+/-M. Hossa 28
GAAC. Crawford 2.26