Teuvo Teravainen was critical of his first two games.
Coach Joel Quenneville left New York on Friday night happier with the Blackhawks in Game 2 than in Game 1, but saying he needed to see more for Game 3.
“We have to be better,” he said.
NEW YORK – Not every game is going to be great in an 82-game season. There are going to be those nights when teams struggle with passes or chemistry, offense or defense.
The open place in the rafters, the one that’s sitting there among several Stanley Cup banners, was easy to spot. Blackhawks players saw it, for sure.
Teuvo Teravainen spent most of the preseason adjusting back to center, a position he hadn’t played in a few years.
Now he’s heading back to the wing.