Andrew Shaw centered the Blackhawks’ fourth line on Tuesday morning, with Jeremy Morin and Peter Regin on each side of him.
A glitch here or there, but otherwise a good game: That’s what the Blackhawks were looking for, and that’s pretty much what they got in their 3-2 shootout victory over the Tampa Bay Lightnin
Tuesday’s game was looking eerily familiar to last year’s contest at the United Center between the Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Trevor van Riemsdyk wasn’t surprised when his first NHL goal turned out to be someone else’s goal.
Daniel Carcillo joined his Blackhawks teammates for morning skate on Tuesday, and he could be joining them in the lineup sooner rather than later.