Trevor van Riemsdyk admitted he wasn't entirely sure if he scored off the shot he fired eight minutes into Sunday's game, or if a teammate deflected the puck into San Jose's net.
Trevor van Riemsdyk had yet to check his phone before talking with the media after Sunday's game, but he hoped to find "a couple of texts" once he got back into the locker room.
The Blackhawks didn’t want to repeat the “sins,” so to speak, of Friday night’s game.
The Blackhawks’ once sizeable lead was whittled to one early in the second period, and a bit of apprehensiveness settled into the United Center.
David Rundblad is likely to play again and Corey Crawford will start when the Blackhawks host the San Jose Sharks tonight at the United Center.