They meet again.

The Chicago Blackhawks faced off against the Central Division arch-rival St. Louis Blues on Sunday night at the United Center. It was the final regular-season showdown between the teams, with each having won two of the first four.

After one period, the Hawks led 2-1. Jonathan Toews had a goal and an assist while Patrick Kane also scored as the Hawks raced to a two-goal lead. Magnus Paajarvi scored to cut the Blues’ deficit in half.

In net

Scott Darling started in goal for the Hawks after Corey Crawford suffered an illness. Jake Allen got the call in goal for the Blues.

Big number

500: Veteran defenseman Duncan Keith earned his 500th career point on Kane’s goal.

Up next

Vs. the Penguins, 7 p.m. Wednesday; NBCSN.

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