Game 3 between the Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings begins at 7 p.m.
LOS ANGELES – Getting home ice. It’s supposed to be an advantage. For some, such as the Blackhawks’ it’s been just that; Wednesday marked their first loss there all postseason.
Bringing in a new player, or a fresh-off-injury one, can do wonders for a lineup. It can excite. It can motivate. It can agitate.
The Blackhawks and Rangers have the series lead against their conference final opponents and a big reason why is their goaltending.
The beards keep growing and the Blackhawks keep winning, but it doesn't come without another Joel Quenneville outrage.