Skip to main content

Blackhawks look to keep rolling

Chicago (22-8-7) at Colorado (20-19-1), 9:00 p.m. EST

DENVER (Ticker) -- With the exception of a few games against the

Detroit Red Wings, the Chicago Blackhawks have been unstoppable

of late.

Chicago aims for its third straight win when it visits the

Colorado Avalanche on Thursday.

A stretch that includes a nine-game winning streak, Chicago is

12-2-1 in its last 15 games. All three losses have come against

Detroit, and the Blackhawks have not lost to a team other than

the Red Wings since a 5-2 loss at the Los Angeles Kings on

November 29.

Adam Burish had a goal and two assists and Jonathan Toews scored

twice as the Blackhawks kicked off a three-game road trip with a

6-0 thrashing of Phoenix on Tuesday. Cristobal Huet made 22

saves for his second shutout of the season.

The Avalanche snapped a three-game losing streak with a 2-1

victory over Nashville on Tuesday.

Wojtek Wolski scored both goals, including the go-ahead tally

with 4:13 left in the second period.

Chicago has won five of the past six meetings between the teams,

including both thus far this season.

TOP HEADLINES

Brock Nelson

Brock Nelson Evolves Into a Stealthy Scorer for the Islanders

Four years ago, Brock Nelson got a phone call from Barry Trotz. Since then, he's jumped up to the top six and is scoring for the Islanders like never before.

Ryan Reaves
Play

Screen Shots: Ryan Reaves, Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers

Adam Proteau analyzes the Ryan Reaves trade for Minnesota, Ottawa's bleak future for this season and the increasing pressure in Edmonton.

Alexander Mogilny
Play

Bluelines: Why Alexander Mogilny Belongs in the Hall of Fame

Stan Fischler and Co. give a non-Toronto view of John Tavares, dig into the Edmonton Oilers, argue why Mogilny should be a Hall of Famer and more.