Chicago Blackhawks Live Streaming, TV Listings, And More- Philly Night
By Keith Schultz/FanSided via Blackhawk Up
Chicago Blackhawks Live streaming looks at tonight’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers as they visit the United Center in a National TV Game.
The good news is that the Chicago Blackhawks looked more like themselves on Saturday night as they picked up their first victory on the young season.
Speaking of young, the Chicago Blackhawks youth after a slow start are starting to show some signs of life especially Nick Schmaltz who put together his best game of the season on Saturday including his first NHL goal.
The player that Joel Quenneville likes the best out of the Blackhawks young core has to be Tyler Motte who Q says plays with a purpose every time he hits the ice. You know Coach Q has a lot of confidence in him when he has already moved him to the top line with Jonathan Toews and Mr. Hat trick Richard Panik.
The Hawks may have to dress 7 defenseman tonight with Jordin Tootoo being sick, but it really isn’t a big deal either way since Tootoo is playing about a shift a period.
The Hawks will be looking to string a couple victories together which will help the Chicago Blackhawks fan base slow down on the doom and gloom of starting 0-2.
The Flyers are 1-0-1 on the young season having scored 7 goals and given up 6 so far so this shouldn’t be a 2-1 low scoring affair tonight.
The one thing to watch for the Hawks is will they be able to stop anyone on their penalty kill. They have given up 7 goals while down a man or two, but they need to tighten this up quickly or this will be an extremely long season. They also can stop taking terrible lazy penalties which has been just as bad as the P.K.
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Here are Tonight’s Chicago Blackhawks Predictions
Final Score Prediction–
The Chicago Blackhawks looked more like themselves Saturday, and will build on that performance with a 4-3 victory. Marian Hossa will score his 500th career goal and get that monkey off his back, and Patrick Kane will score his first goal of the year.