TIME: 7 p.m. CT
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Chicago comes off the holiday with a back-to-back against the Colorado Avalanche beginning at the United Center at 3 p.m. (TICKETS).
- CHI: 10-9-5, 25 PTS (6th in Central)
- COL: 14-8-2, 30 PTS (4th in Central)
LAST TIME OUT
Chicago handed the Dallas Stars their first regulation defeat in a month on Tuesday night, 3-0 at home. Brandon Saad, Patrick Kane and Connor Murphy all found the scoresheet as Corey Crawford backstopped the Blackhawks to their first shutout of the season.
Colorado scored four unanswered goals to down the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday night, 4-1. Nathan McKinnon scored his 15th goal and added his 20th assist, both team highs on the year, in the win.
In five meetings a year ago, the Blackhawks took three of the five games - twice winning it in overtime. Kane (3G, 3A) led Chicago in scoring, while Alexander Kerfoot (1G, 4A) led the Avs.