Quantity: in the game of hockey, having a lot of shots usually leads to good things. Usually.
Wednesday's game shouldn't have been tied at 1 heading into overtime.
The Chicago Blackhawks had shots. They had plenty of shots. From start to finish, tallying all of those shots was not a problem.
Since he first arrived back with the Chicago Blackhawks toward the end of the preseason, Daniel Carcillo talked about the ways the league's changed and what that's meant for his NHL career.
Brandon Bollig walked down the same hallway he's known for years, but this time he was surrounded by new teammates as he neared the locker rooms.