After a successful three-game homestand, the Vegas Golden Knights hit the road to face the Chicago Blackhawks and Winnipeg Jets. Get up to speed on the trip with the Road Trip Preview presented by Allegiant.
The Golden Knights have won seven of their last eight games heading into Saturday's matchup with the Blackhawks with Alex Tuch riding an eight-game point streak. Vegas sits in third place in the Pacific Division with 58 points and has an opportunity to continue its hot start to 2019 at United Center.
SATURDAY VS. CHICAGO
Vegas and Chicago have met twice already this season and will conclude their season series Friday night. The Golden Knights have a 2-0-0 record against the Blackhawks this season. After marching to an 8-3 win in Chicago on Nov. 27, Vegas outlasted Chicago with a 4-3 victory at T-Mobile Arena on Dec. 6. The Blackhawks have a record of 1-2-2 since the turn of the calendar and will look to their own three-game homestand with a strong effort against Vegas.
TUESDAY VS. WINNIPEG
The Jets will play against the Detroit Red Wings and Anaheim Ducks at MTS Centre ahead of Tuesday's matchup with the Golden Knights. Tuesday's game is the first tilt between Vegas and Winnipeg since the Golden Knights topped the Jets in game five of the Western Conference Final last season to move on to the Stanley Cup Final.