The Blackhawks entered the third period of Sunday's game up by one goal; a rather comforting stat for a team that's been undefeated this season when leading after 40 minutes of play.
Patrick Sharp had no explanation as to why the shootout, on which the Blackhawks struggled last season, is working so well during this one.
There's a reason Sidney Crosby reached out to Patrick Kane's stickhandling coach in
Ryan Hartman was hitting the ice again on Saturday, a little more than 12 hours after he made his rousing NHL debut with the hometown Blackhawks.
Corey Crawford will get the start and Ryan Hartman will remain in the lineup when the Blackhawks host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday morning.