Mar 2, 2012; Ottawa, ON, CAN; Chicago Blackhawks left wing Andrew Shaw (65) and Ottawa Senators centre Kyle Turris (7) collide in the third period at Scotiabank Place. The Blackhawks defeated the Senators 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

Ottawa Senators Vs Chicago Blackhawks: Start Time, TV Listing, and More


Last night the Chicago Blackhawks finally found their third period offense in way of Brandon Saad.  If you missed his great pass to Patrick Kane here is the highlight.

GIF by Joe Kremel of BlackhawkUp.com

Kane gets an easy goal after Brandon Saad dekes Backstrom out of the net. GIF by Joe Kremel of BlackhawkUp.com

Most Hawks fans have been hoping to see more of this in the first month of the season, so let’s hope this finally opens up the Hawks offense for bigger and better things as the month of October comes to an end.

The Blackhawks were great last season in back-to-back contests, and they have already started out good this season by winning both games of their first back to back games against the New York Islanders and Buffalo Sabres.  Here are the times, and listings for tonight’s game

Game Time: 7pm Central

TV Listings: CSN-Chicago, Sportsnet-East, TVA

Radio Listing-WGN Radio, WGN Radio App

Coaches are pretty set in their ways after a good win so don’t expect any lineup changes tonight, except Nikolai Khabibilin will be in net for Corey Crawford.

Tonight’s Lines

Patrick Sharp-Jonathan Toews-Marian Hossa
Brandon Saad-Brandon Pirri-Patrick Kane
Bryan Bickell-Andrew Shaw-Jeremy Morin
Brandon Bollig-Marcus Kruger-Brad Mills

Defenseman

Duncan Keith-Brent Seabrook
Niklas Hjalmarsson-Johnny Oduya
Nick Leddy-Sheldon Brookbank

Goalie

Nikolai Khabibulin 

What will be your keys to a Hawks victory tonight at the United Center?

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