We’ve reached the Christmas break, when the NHL closes things down for three days: no practicing, no games, no traveling.
It was one of those nights when nothing much was going right.
The Blackhawks haven’t had many of them this season, and certainly not many of them in this recent, win-heavy stretch.
1. Keep rolling all four lines. A big part of the Blackhawks' success this year, especially recently, has been the ability to roll all four lines.
Corey Crawford will start but Brad Richards will be out when the Blackhawks host the Winnipeg Jets tonight at the United Center.
CSN's Luke Stuckmeyer and Tracey Myers discuss the passing of assistant equipment manager Clint Reif and the Blackhawks' emotional performance in their 4-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs in