The Blackhawks offense is struggling, having scored two or fewer goals in six of their last seven contests.
TORONTO — It’s unusual to see the Blackhawks with more losses than victories in a multi-game span. At least it’s unusual the past few seasons.
A number of Blackhawks will be sporting a new look for a good cause beginning at the start of November.
Coach Joel Quenneville will decide the starting goaltender later on Wednesday but Corey Crawford could play when the Blackhawks face the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.
One of Chicago's very own celebrated a lifelong dream inside the United Center on Sunday night as Lemont, Ill.