All that open ice in the NHL's new three-on-three overtime suits Jonathan Toews and the Chicago Blackhawks quite nicely.
Toews scored 51 seconds into the extra period, Corey Crawford made 39 saves and the Blackhawks beat the Ducks, 1-0, Monday night in a rematch of last season's Western Conference finals.
Crawford earned his second consecutive shutout and 14th of his career as the Blackhawks closed out a 4-0 homestand.
The Ducks were shut out for the second consecutive game and became the first NHL team since the New York Americans in 1930-31 to be shut out five times in their first eight games of a season. Frederik Andersen finished with 23 stops.