DETROIT – The Chicago Blackhawks knew exactly what they were going to get from the injury-laden Detroit Red Wings.
Patrick Kane hadn't scored a shootout goal all season. That changed Sunday.
Patrick Kane had been struggling to score lately, be it during regulation or overtime or the shootout, where he was 0-for-9 entering Sunday’s matinee with the Boston Bruins.
When the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins met last June, it was for all the marbles and a big, shiny trophy that’s been around for more than a century.
The Anaheim Ducks have given the Chicago Blackhawks a headache for the better part of two seasons.