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PREVIEW: Blackhawks at Golden Knights - Nov. 13, 2019

Chicago begins two-game Western Conference swing Wednesday in Vegas

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum /

TIME: 9 p.m. CT

The Blackhawks look to continue their three-game point streak to Vegas as they face the Golden Knights for the second time this season on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena. 


  • CHI: 6-7-4, 16 PTS (6th in Central)
  • VGK: 9-7-3, 21 PTS (5th in Pacific)


Chicago took a third straight win at the United Center on Sunday with a 5-4 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Patrick Kane extended his point streak to six games (5G, 6A), Alex DeBrincat notched his second three-point night of the year (3A) and Robin Lehner tied a careeer best with 53 saves on 57 shots faced. 

Vegas wrapped a four-game road trip with a 3-2 loss to the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday as Max Pacioretty and Jonathan Marchessault scored for the Golden Knights.

The two teams met at the United Center on Oct. 22 with the Golden Knights taking a 2-1 shootout win. Kirby Dach scored his first NHL goal in just his second game and defenseman Nick Holden scored one of his two tallies on the year. 

Video: Colliton on lineup vs. VGK


After nearly two seasons playing for the Vegas Golden Knights, Ryan Carpenter will make his return to Vegas on Wednesday night with the Blackhawks. The forward had 32 points (14G, 18A) in 107 regular season games and another 17 playoff games, including a run to the Stanley Cup Final in 2017.


Head coach Jeremy Colliton said after morning skate that Corey Crawford would start in goal and that Slater Koekkoek (healthy scratch) and Drake Caggiula (concussion protocol) would miss tonight's game. 

Check back following Chicago's morning skate at T-Mobile Arena for lineup notes and game details

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