Oct 18, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Nashville Predators centerCalle Jarnkrok
(19) fights for a puck with Chicago Blackhawks defensemanTrevor van Riemsdyk
(57) in the second period at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports
The Blackhawks faced off with the Predators last Saturday night and well it was a rather boring game with the Hawks out shooting the Predators by a light year, but it took a Jonathan Toews overtime goal to seal the Blackhawks win 2-1.
The Blackhawks now travel to Smashville and Bridgestone arena a place where the Hawks can either dominate or throw out a stinker such as last year’s 7-2 loss. The Blackhawks now kick off a mini Central Division road trip with the Hawks visiting Nashville and St Louis on Saturday night. So it will be an early season report card for the Blackhawks and their 4-0-1 record.
The Blackhawks as we all know will be without the services of Corey Crawford for the short road trip, but the Hawks and Antti Raanta have to have a lot more confidence after Antti’s shutout Tuesday night against the Flyers. It should be a fun and exciting night in Nashville and here’s the listing for tonight’s contest
Game Time-7:00 pm Central
TV Listings– CSN Chicag0
Radio– WGN Radio
App– WGN Radio App
How will you be watching tonight’s contest from Nashville?
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