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Kris Versteeg is back to being the offensive force the Chicago Blackhawks cheap nhl jerseys thought they were getting when they re-acquired him last season in a trade with the Florida Panthers.

Coming off major knee surgery that cut short his 2012-13 season, Versteeg struggled to regain his top form last season in Chicago, including a rough showing cheap nhl jerseys china during the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs. A full summer of conditioning helped him regain his speed and quickness, and his rejuvenated game is showing on the scoresheet.

He proved it to the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday at United Center, sparking a three-goal outburst early in the third period of the Blackhawks' 4-1 victory. Versteeg scored 59 seconds into the third, cheap nhl jerseys from china then set up two goals by right wing Patrick Kane.

"I was brutal [last season], especially down the last stretch [of the playoffs]," said Versteeg, who has eight goals and 13 assists in 21 games, including four goals and 10 assists in the past eight games. "I do look back at it as coming back from a really hard injury and I thought it cheap nhl jerseys free shipping was a success that way. I don't really look back on it anymore. It gets brought up quite a bit, but I just look from game to game. That's really all I can tell you."

On Wednesday, Versteeg, who played with the Blackhawks from 2007-10, and the scorching-hot second line helped Chicago (16-8-1) continue its season-long trend of dominating games in the third period. The Blackhawks have outscored opponents 29-12 in the third, outshooting them by a staggering 323-218 margin.

St. Louis (16-7-2) outshot Chicago 15-13 in the third, but was cheap nhl jerseys wholesale outscored 3-0. The Blackhawks' three goals in a span of 4:20 to start the third overwhelmed Blues goalie Jake Allen (29 saves), gave the Blackhawks their fourth straight win and rewarded Antti Raanta (40 saves) with a victory for a good showing in his first start replacing injured Corey Crawford.

"Can't let a team that skilled get those chances, but it was only a five-minute span, and they took advantage of it," Allen said. "I definitely have to learn from that. Can't let a team with that many offensive threats get their chances. Give it to them: They made the most of cheap nhl jerseys online them, and we took our foot off the gas for a little bit. It's a lesson learned."

Martin Brodeur backed up Allen on Wednesday. He will make his first start with St. Louis on Thursday against the Nashville Predators, Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said.