Coach Joel Quenneville hinted that there would be changes on Thursday night, giving his patented, “we’ll see” when asked about the lineup.
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.
The power play was the catalyst in Game 2, giving the Blackhawks momentum and, more importantly, two early goals when they needed them.
The euphoria of Game 2’s victory has passed. Now, it’s about the Blackhawks trying to fully take advantage of home ice.