Highlights: Blackhawks stay in it but can’t win it in overtime

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By Colleen Kane

Antti Raanta’s return to the site of his first NHL victory didn’t produce the same fond memories Tuesday night.

The Blackhawks goaltender gave up four goals in the Flames’ first 15 shots at the Saddledome through the first and second periods before being pulled in favor of Corey Crawford.

The Hawks still were able to stay even with the Flames through three periods, but they fell short when T.J. Brodie scored a wraparound goal on Crawford with 2 minutes, 26 seconds to go in overtime for a 5-4 victory.

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