The Blackhawks are back at home this evening, looking for a bounce-back performance against the Tampa Bay Lightning at the United Center.
Back at home tonight 👊 pic.twitter.com/88pAVg4FsL
— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) March 6, 2022
Puck Drop: 6:00 p.m. CT
TV: NBC Sports Chicago, ESPN+ (out-of-market)
Radio: WGN 720 AM, TUDN 1200 AM (Spanish)
Kubalík – Strome – Kane
DeBrincat – Toews – Johnson
Hagel – Dach – Entwistle
Kurashev – Carpenter – Lafferty
de Haan – S. Jones
C. Jones – Murphy
Stillman – McCabe
Palat – Point – Kucherov
Killorn – Stamkos – Cirelli
Maroon – Bellemare – Perry
Katchouck – Colton – Joseph
Hedman – Rutta
McDonagh – Cernak
Sergachev – Foote
Reese Johnson (IR – Broken Clavicle)
Jujhar Khaira (LTIR – Back Spasms)
Zach Bogosian (Day-to-Day – Lower Body)
Erik Cernak (Day-to-Day – Undisclosed)
What To Watch For
• With an assist on Saturday afternoon in a loss to Philadelphia, Patrick Kane now has 14 points (six goals and eight assists) in his last 10 games.
• Marc-André Fleury is back in net after getting a day off on Saturday. In his last three contests, Fleury is 1-2-0 with 10 goals allowed and a .889 save percentage. This season, the veteran netminder has posted a 2.83 GAA in 40 starts for the Blackhawks.
Get Caught Up
— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) March 6, 2022
Will the #Blackhawks be able to trade Marc-Andre Fleury?
Is the end near for Jonathan Toews?
Which players need to pick it up down the stretch?
That and more in this week's Five Things:https://t.co/e8Oqeb7x3j
— John Dietz (@johndietzdh) March 6, 2022