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PREVIEW: Blackhawks at Senators 9/21

The Chicago Blackhawks continue their 2018 preseason against the Senators in Ottawa

by Chris Wescott / chicagoblackhawks.com

TIME: 6:30 p.m. CT

TV: NBCSCH RADIO: WGN 720

The Blackhawks are 0-2-0 through two games this preseason, following a 4-1 loss in Columbus on Tuesday night and a 4-2 loss in Detroit last night.

In Detroit, Patrick Kane and MacKenzie Entwistle were the goal-scorers for the Blackhawks.

The Senators are also 0-2-0 following back-to-back 4-1 losses to the Maple Leafs in Toronto and in Ottawa.

SEASON SERIES:

This is the first of two preseason meetings between the two clubs.

They will play each other again in exhibition on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. CT in Chicago. (PURCHASE TICKETS)

During the 2017-18 season, Chicago faced Ottawa two times, winning both games. The Blackhawks won by a score of 8-2 on January 9, in Ottawa. They also escaped with a 3-2 shootout victory on February 21, in Chicago. 

This season, Chicago plays the Senators twice again. They open the 2018-19 season against them on the road on October 4 and then play them at home on February 18. (PURCHASE TICKETS)

LINEUP NOTES: 

The Blackhawks lineup in Ottawa will include 2017 first-round pick Henri Jokiharju.

FORWARDS (15)

11 Jordan Schroeder

16 Marcus Kruger

24 Dominik Kahun

26 Anthony Louis

29 Andreas Martinsen

37 Graham Knott

40 John Hayden

57 Terry Broadhurst

59 Matheson Iacopelli

62 Luke Johnson

64 David Kampf

68 Radovan Bondra

67 Jacob Nilsson

70 Tyler Sikura

95 Dylan Sikura

DEFENSEMEN (7)

22 Brandon Davidson

28 Henri Jokiharju

39 Dennis Gilbert

41 Joni Tuulola

45 Luc Snuggerud

56 Erik Gustafsson

63 Carl Dahlstrom

GOALTENDERS (2)

60 Collin Delia

90 Matt Tomkins

OPPONENT TO WATCH:

According to the Senators website, Matt Duchene is listed on tonight's game roster. Duchene, the 2009 third-overall pick, scored 23 goals and added 26 assists in 68 games for Ottawa last season. Duchene has played more than 650 NHL games in his career, compiling 201 goals and 276 assists in the regular season. 

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