Game 5 between the Blackhawks and Wild begins at 8 p.m.
They’ve lost two games in agonizing fashion, the second more crushing than the first. They lost one of their top defensemen to a three-game suspension.
Jeremy Morin said he didn’t know if he was in the Chicago Blackhawks’ lineup to start the postseason. The white-with-red-trim sweater he wore during Tuesday’s practice, however, gave it away.
Brandon Saad will be back in the lineup, as will Johnny Oduya when the Chicago Blackhawks host the Montreal Canadiens in their regular-season home finale on Wednesday night.
“Easy Like Sunday Morning” played through the United Center as we settled in for some pregame work.