The Blackhawks fell to the Wild 3-0 at the Xcel Energy Center on Saturday night. Chicago out-shot Minnesota by a 44-19 margin, the most shots on goal in a road game by the Blackhawks this season. Jeff Glass made 16 saves in the loss.
Chicago holds a 38-24-8-9 mark all-time against Arizona, including a 22-3-1-4 record on the road. The Blackhawks are 2-0-0 against the Coyotes this season. Tommy Wingels (2G, 1A) and Patrick Kane (1G, 2A) share the team lead with three points each in those matchups. Kane (15G, 30A) paces the team with 45 career points in 34 games against Arizona. Anton Forsberg has not faced the Coyotes in his career.
NEW FACE, NEW PLACE
Anthony Duclair scored the lone Arizona goal in a Dec. 10 Chicago victory when the teams last faced off. It was his only career point against the Blackhawks as a member of the Coyotes. Since being acquired by Chicago on Jan. 10, the native of Pointe-Claire, Quebec, has registered five points (2G, 3A) in 12 games for the Blackhawks. The 22-year-old matched a season high with three points (1G, 2A) on Jan. 25 against Detroit. In 202 career games, Duclair has tallied 86 points (37G, 49A).
Alex DeBrincat comes into Monday night's game with six points (5G, 1A) in his last seven games. The Farmington Hills, Mich., native's 19 goals this year rank second for Chicago and third among NHL rookies. The last American-born rookie to notch at least 20 goals in his rookie season was Kane (21G, 51A) during the 2007-08 campaign.
KAMPF THE KID
Kampf won 11 of his 18 draws (61 percent) against Minnesota. It was the fourth game this season he has won at least 10 faceoffs. Since his NHL debut on Dec. 28, his 253 faceoff wins rank second among rookies.
- Kane shared the team lead with five shots on goal on Saturday night. It was the 21st time he recorded at least five shots this season.
- Jonathan Toews went 13-for-21 (62 percent) at the faceoff dot. He has won at least 60 percent of his draws in 25 games this year. His 664 total faceoff wins rank fourth in the league this season. He also tied the team high with five shots.
- Brent Seabrook paced the club with three hits in 22:31 of ice time. Duncan Keith logged a team-high 23:00 of TOI.
- Carl Dahlstrom registered a shot on goal in 16:48 of TOI in his NHL debut.