Duncan Keith was just looking for some space, any space through which to take a shot.
NASHVILLE — When Scott Darling got the call on Wednesday night, the emotions he felt were understandable.
“A lot of nerves, excitement,” he said. “Very similar to my first game.”
The Blackhawks got off to a rough start in Game 1 against Nashville, allowing three goals in the first period, which prompted Joel Quenneville to replace Corey Crawford for Scott Darling.
What a remarkable regular season the Blackhawks had. Relive it here by watching their top five plays of 2014-15 in the video above.
Which was your favorite? Did we miss any?
DENVER — Well, it was looking like the Blackhawks could finish this regular season with a victory.