The home plan was simple: win both games, truly take advantage of the home ice. Now that they’re hitting the road, the Chicago Blackhawks want to bring that home dominance to the road.
That second-line center spot: for the Chicago Blackhawks, it’s been a carousel, a merry-go-round of player “auditions” in the hopes of finding the right one.
Playing shorthanded has not been a daunting task for the Chicago Blackhawks this season.
Ray Emery skated some before the Blackhawks took the ice, but he and Dave Bolland have been ruled out for tomorrow when the Blackhawks face the Minnesota Wild in Game 2 of their Western Conference