Coyotes lose to Oilers 4-2, lose to Blackhawks 3-2 in shootout

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The Coyotes won the shootout 3-1 after Mikkel Boedker scored his second goal of the season.

This marks the first time this season that the Coyotes have lost in the shootout. 

The Coyotes had already lost three times in the previous five games, most recently to the Stars in a shootout on Dec. 15.

They also lost in regulation in the series finale to Dallas on Dec 18. 

On Thursday night, Boedke was given a game misconduct and could face a fine.

He was not in the lineup for Thursday’s game against the Kings, as the Kings were in the middle of their three-game homestand. 

Boedker is one of just three players in the NHL to have three game misconducts in three different games this season.

The other two are Alex Tuch, who had three misconducts last season and David Backes, who has two. 

Arizona’s top line with Mikkel Solberg, Mikael Granlund and Brandon Dubinsky has combined for 21 points (8-8-21) in 23 games.

The Stars had 21 points in 22 games last season. 

It is the second time this year that the Stars have had two players go down with a game injury.

Tyler Seguin suffered a right knee injury on Dec 10, while Jason Spezza and Cody Eakin were both injured in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final.

Seguini, who missed the entire regular season, was placed on injured reserve for Game 7.

Eakin suffered a lower-body injury on Jan. 5. 

Seguin and Eakin have combined for 17 goals and 21 assists in 82 career playoff games. 

Dallas is 6-4-2 against the Central Division.

Colorado is 5-5-2.