CHICAGO - Florida goalie Tomas Vokoun was bombarded with 40-plus shots for the second straight game on Sunday night.This time, the result was different. Defenceman Jay Bouwmeester recorded a goal and an a sist to end an eight-game stretch without a point, and Vokoun made 44 stops in the Panthers' 3-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.In a 5-2 lo s at Detroit on Ben Gottschalk Jersey Saturday, Vokoun faced 46 shots. Given that workload, Panthers coach Jacques Martin considered starting backup Craig Anderson against slumping Chicago."I wasn't supposed to play, but Jacques changed his mind on the plane and told me I was playing," Vokoun said.Martin's decision turned out to be the right one. Chicago outshot Florida 45-24 for the game and 22-4 in the first period, when Vokoun Isaac Rochell Jersey made several sharp, close-in saves."They came out hard, but we've got to addre s that," Vokoun said. "Tonight we were lucky in a sense. We won the game, but some other nights this game could have been pretty quickly over."You Arrelious Benn Jersey can't put yourself in this situation all the time," he added. "Sooner or later these things will catch up with you."Rostislav Olesz and Richard Zednik also scored for the Panthers, who are 3-1-1 in their last five games and handed Chicago its second straight lo s and sixth in its last seven games."We got some scoring from different guys tonight and Tomas was there Keith McGill Jersey to cover up for our mistakes," Martin said. "He made some big saves and we were able to capitalize when we had the opportunities."Rookie Dave Bolland, who netted his first NHL goal, was the only Blackhawk to beat Vokoun. Blackhawks goalie Patrick Lalime made 21 saves.