Coach Joel Quenneville hinted that there would be changes on Thursday night, giving his patented, “we’ll see” when asked about the lineup.
After suffering a triple-overtime loss in Game 2 that finished early Wednesday morning, the Ducks had to figure out a way to not only regroup, but do so while overcoming the fatigue of playing in
OK, usually we try to come with some creative lead paragraph here. But much like the Blackhawks’ power play in Game 3, we’re not getting the desired result.
Any momentum the Blackhawks had from their dramatic Game 2 triple-overtime victory was killed early.
The power play was the catalyst in Game 2, giving the Blackhawks momentum and, more importantly, two early goals when they needed them.