CHICAGO (AP) -The Chicago Blackhawks are back home after a long and successful road swing and are looking forward to playing eight of their next 10 games at the United Center.
The Central Division leaders will have a chance to give coach Joel Quenneville his 500th career coaching win in Tuesday's game against Columbus.
The Blackhawks picked up nine points and went 4-1-1 during an 11-day road trip. Their offense got a boost from Marian Hossa, who scored two goals in his Chicago debut against the Sharks.
Chicago is 10-2 at home this season.