The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that their games on Wednesday, April 7 (7:30 P.M. puck drop); Friday, April 9 (8:00 P.M.) and Sunday, April 11 (2:00 P.M.) have been switched to WIND-AM (560) due to a conflict on the flagship station, Chicago’s WGN Radio 720. Veteran broadcasters John Wiedeman and Troy Murray will still handle the call of the contests.
Along with listening to the radio broadcast, Blackhawks fans can watch both games locally on Comcast SportsNet, with the call from Pat Foley and Eddie Olczyk, as regularly scheduled.
Chicago’s game on Tuesday (April 6 at Dallas) can still be heard on Chicago’s WGN Radio 720.
The 2010 Central Division Champion Blackhawks lead the Western Conference with 49 wins – tied for a franchise record – and rank second with 105 points through 78 games this season. Chicago is two points away from matching the franchise record 107 established in both 1970-71 and 1971-72. The 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs will mark the first time in 13 years Chicago will make consecutive postseason appearances.