DALLAS -- Patrick Sharp scored twice and Corey Crawford stopped 20 of 21 shots as the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Dallas Stars 4-1 at the American Airlines Center on Friday night.
The Blackhawks scored two goals in the first 1:42 of the game. Dave Bolland gave the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead just 10 seconds in, the second-fastest goal to start a game in franchise history -- Brent Sutter still holds the record, a lead eight seconds in against the Vancouver Canucks on Feb. 5, 1995.
Hossa and Sharp added goals in the first 1:45 of the third period to get up to a 4-0 lead.
Stars forward Jamie Benn stymied Crawford's bid for a shutout, scoring with less than six minutes remaining in regulation.
The Blackhawks remain in sixth place in the Western Conference.
The 2000 Big Ten Player of the Year is now an assistant coach in the D-League.
Former Indiana star A.J. Guyton was announced as part of the Windy City Bulls' coaching staff on Friday, back with the Bulls organization after spending two NBA seasons in Chicago.
Guyton won Big Ten Player of the Year honors as a senior — sharing them with Michigan State's Morris Peterson — averaging 19.7 points per game during the 1999-2000 season. He reached the NCAA tournament in all four of his collegiate seasons.
The Bulls selected Guyton with the 32nd overall pick in the 2000 NBA Draft. He was inducted into the University of Indiana Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014.
A native of Peoria, Guyton has been coaching since 2010.
After it was reported Thursday night that Vince Biegel would be sidelined while recovering from surgery on his foot, Wisconsin officially announced Friday afternoon that the senior linebacker will be out of action for several weeks.
"I really hate any time a player has to miss time due to an injury, especially a senior like Vince," head coach Paul Chryst said in the announcement. "Vince has such a passion for football and loves playing the game. This team is very important to him, and he is very important to our team. What you appreciate is that you know he will do everything in his power to get back on the field as soon as possible."
Biegel's absence comes during the Badgers' toughest stretch of the season. After scoring a huge win last weekend over a top-10-ranked Michigan State team, Wisconsin is set to take on No. 4 Michigan on Saturday in Ann Arbor. After that comes games against second-ranked Ohio State and Big Ten West Division rivals Iowa and Nebraska.
Biegel has 156 tackles in 46 career games with 35.5 tackles for loss, 18.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. This season, he's made nine tackles with two tackles for loss and a sack in four games.
Wisconsin is beset by injuries ahead of this weekend's matchup with Michigan. Biegel will join fellow starting linebacker Chris Orr on the injured list, Orr out for the season. And just Thursday, the Badgers announced that kicker Rafael Gaglianone will miss the remainder of the season with a back injury. Week-to-week injuries have also affected a majority of the team's extremely deep running back corps.