ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Blackhawks said they recognized the urgency thrown at them after a poor Game 3 performance. They had to work harder. They had to be better.
Michal Handzus hasn't scored a goal since Dec. 27, 2013 against the Colorado Avalanche, but he snapped his goal drought Friday.
After dropping their last three consecutive games, the Blackhawks will look to rebound against the Minnesota Wild.
After falling to the Detroit Red Wings in a shootout on Wednesday night, the Blackhawks are playing their second of back-to-backs against the Minnesota Wild.