Senators, Blackhawks combine for 15 goals in wild affair
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Even fans who haven't watched hockey since the '80s would've been impressed with the amount of scoring between the Ottawa Senators and Chicago Blackhawks on Monday.

The Sens and Hawks combined for nine goals in the first period of Monday's meeting, with Chicago eventually winning a wild 15-goal game by a score of 8-7.

Here's a look at all nine opening-frame goals:

Blackhawks netminder Collin Delia was pulled after three goals, while Senators goalie Anders Nilsson was yanked after he was beaten for the fourth time. Neither backup performed much better.

Alex DeBrincat (five points), Dylan Strome, and Patrick Kane (three points apiece) led the way for the Blackhawks. Brady Tkachuk, Colin White, Mark Stone, Matt Duchene, and Thomas Chabot each enjoyed multi-point nights for the Sens.

Senators, Blackhawks combine for 15 goals in wild affair
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