Blackhawks Vs Red Wings: Date, Time, Betting Odds, Lineup, More

Kirby Dach #77, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Kirby Dach #77, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

The Chicago Blackhawks take on the Detroit Red Wings tonight at the United Center as the Hawks look for their first win of the season.

To say the Chicago Blackhawks have had a bad start to the season might be an understatement. The team is 0-4-1 through their first five games, and have given up the first goal every night, and have not played with a lead yet.

This team has had very few positives, the big additions of the offseason have not been that great and it is not that much of a surprise that they are in this position with the record they have. Tonight’s game against the Red Wings is a big test to get back on track.

The Hawks need to show up tonight, there is no doubt about that. Everyone on the roster needs to be better and it starts with the offense producing more goals. Let’s go over the lines for tonight’s game.

Projected lines from for the Blackhawks and Red Wings:

Chicago Blackhawks:

Dominik Kubalik — Jonathan Toews — Dylan Strome

Alex DeBrincat — Henrik Borgstrom — Ryan Carpenter

Brandon Hagel — Kirby Dach — Philipp Kurashev

MacKenzie Entwistle — Tyler Johnson — Jujhar Khaira

Jake McCabe — Connor Murphy

Calvin de Haan — Seth Jones

Riley Stillman — Erik Gustafsson

Kevin Lankinen

Marc-Andre Fleury

Detroit Red Wings:

Tyler Bertuzzi — Dylan Larkin — Lucas Raymond

Robby Fabbri — Pius Suter — Filip Zadina

Adam Erne — Michael Rasmussen — Vladislav Namestnikov

Givani Smith — Mitchell Stephens — Sam Gagner

Danny DeKeyser — Filip Hronek

Nick Leddy — Moritz Seider

Marc Staal — Gustav Lindstrom

Alex Nedeljkovic

Thomas Greiss

The Red Wings are 2-2-1 with wins against the Vancouver Canucks and Columbus Blue Jackets. Their last game was against the Montreal Canadiens yesterday in a 6-1 loss. Dylan Larkin scored the only goal for the Wings.

Date 10/24/2021
Time: 6 PM
Where: United Center
What Channel: NBC Sports Chicago
Radio: 720

Betting Odds: WynnBET

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