BUFFALO, N.Y. – When coach Joel Quenneville said he wasn’t sure how serious Marcus Kruger’s injury was on Thursday night, it didn’t sound good.
The Blackhawks have looked more like themselves, be it with strong goaltending or more spread-out scoring.
The Blackhawks’ top line has shown decent glimpses of what it can do. On Thursday it was on full display.
Ryan Garbutt is back in the lineup and Corey Crawford will get the start when the Blackhawks host the Edmonton Oilers Thursday night at the United Center.
There are a few things the Blackhawks have had in recent years that they’d like to have again.