Anze Kopitar summed up the Kings' first-period performance rather quickly: "Not a whole lot of things went well."
When the Chicago Blackhawks have hit rough spots the past two seasons, they haven’t been mired in them for long. They regroup, reset and recharge, even on the second half of back-to-backs.
The weather outside is frightful. Well, not frightful so much as cold. Frightful may be more appropriate to describe the Chicago Blackhawks’ Saturday outing against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Antti Raanta will get the start, and he and the Chicago Blackhawks will try to rebound when they host the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday night at the United Center.