Blackhawks 3, Kings 2: Captain Jonathan Toews and defenseman Brent Seabrook had a goal and an assist apiece as host Chicago hung on to tie the second-best start in NHL history.Patrick Sharp scored the eventual winner just 56 seconds into the middle period for the Blackhawks (12-0-3), who seized a 3-0 lead and received 25 saves from Ray Emery.Chicago has earned a point in each of its first 15 games this season, tying the 1984-85 Edmonton Oilers. The 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks hold the record with points in their first 16 games.Mike Richards scored a pair of power-play goals in the third period to bring Los Angeles within one, but the Kings couldn't capitalize on a two-man advantage in the final minute of the game. Chicago defenseman Johnny Oduya had been sent off for slashing and Los Angeles pulled Jonathan Quick, who stopped 34 shots.Seabrook opened the scoring at 6 1/2 minutes into the game when he pinched in from the point and converted a cross-ice feed from defensive partner Duncan Keith, who also assisted on Toews' power-play goal four minutes later. Sharp made it 3-0 after flipping a loose puck in the slot over a sprawling Quick.GAME NOTEBOOK: Both the 1984-85 Oilers and 2006-07 Ducks won the Stanley Cup in their respective seasons. … Los Angeles D Drew Doughty assisted on both power-play goals by Richards for his first points in five games. Doughty has yet to score on 25 shots this season. ... Chicago's Patrick Kane, who leads the team with 21 points, was held off the scoresheet for just the second time this season - snapping an eight-game scoring streak.