At the beginning of the season coach Joel Quenneville was asked about the Blackhawks’ lack of scoring. It was early, and perhaps players were a little rusty. Quenneville wasn’t worried.
Bryan Bickell sat at his stall trying to catch his breath moments after going through a draining skate courtesy of assistant coach Mike Kitchen.
Brad Richards will see some familiar faces when the New York Rangers walk into the United Center on Sunday morning.
The Blackhawks were just a few minutes into their drills when coach Joel Quenneville stopped practice for a second to regroup.
Teuvo Teravainen came out with the Blackhawks’ second power-play unit during Saturday afternoon’s practice.