BLACKHAWKS (5-2-2) at GOLDEN KNIGHTS (6-1-0)
10 p.m. ET; ATTSN-RM, NBCSCH, NHL.TV
Goaltender Oscar Dansk will make his first NHL start when the Vegas Golden Knights host the Chicago Blackhawks at T-Mobile Arena on Tuesday.
The Golden Knights, who look to extend their winning streak to four, are the first team in NHL history to win six of their first seven games in their inaugural season.
Dansk, 23, played 13:46 and stopped 10 of 11 shots in relief of Malcolm Subban in Vegas' 3-2 overtime victory against the St. Louis Blues on Saturday. Dansk was recalled from Chicago of the American Hockey League on Thursday.
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Subban is expected to miss four weeks with a lower-body injury and was placed on injured reserve Sunday.
After starting the season 3-0-1, the Blackhawks are 2-2-1 in their past five games and have lost two of their past three.
Players to watch
Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane is on a five-game point streak (two goals, three assists) and has 11 points (four goals, seven assists) this season.
Vegas forward Reilly Smith has five points (two goals, three assists) in his past two games, including a goal and two assists against St. Louis on Saturday.
Video: CHI@ARI: Kane scores beauty on breakaway
They said it
"They've got a fun thing going for them. I think we want to come in here and let's make sure we're respectful for being here and taking advantage of a great situation where we had three days of fun, but let's go take care of business." -- Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville
"It's a cool experience, that's for sure. I'm excited for it. I'm going to go out there, play my game. I've worked hard every day. I've just got to go out there, work hard and do my best." -- Golden Knights goaltender Oscar Dansk
Blackhawks projected lineup
Brandon Saad -- Jonathan Toews -- Richard Panik
Ryan Hartman -- Nick Schmaltz -- Patrick Kane
Patrick Sharp -- Artem Anisimov -- Alex DeBrincat
Lance Bouma -- Tommy Wingels -- John Hayden
Duncan Keith -- Brent Seabrook
Gustav Forsling -- Jan Rutta
Jordan Oesterle -- Connor Murphy
Scratched: Michal Kempny, Tanner Kero, Cody Franson
Injured: Michal Rozsival (upper body)
Golden Knights projected lineup
David Perron -- Cody Eakin -- James Neal
Brendan Leipsic -- Vadim Shipachyov -- Alex Tuch
Oscar Lindberg -- William Karlsson -- Reilly Smith
William Carrier -- Pierre-Edouard Bellemare -- Tomas Nosek
Luca Sbisa -- Nate Schmidt
Colin Miller -- Brad Hunt
Deryk Engelland -- Brayden McNabb
Scratched: Jason Garrison, Jon Merrill, Griffin Reinhart
Injured: Marc-Andre Fleury (concussion), Malcolm Subban (lower body), Erik Haula (lower body), Jonathan Marchessault (lower body) Clayton Stoner (lower body)
Kero rotated with Wingels as fourth-line center during the morning skate, but Wingels is expected to dress. ... Marchessault and Haula took part in Vegas' optional morning skate, but coach Gerard Gallant said each will be a game-time decision. Neal and Perron did not participate but will play.
Panik enters the game with 99 career points (52 goals, 47 assists). Keith has five assists in a four-game point streak. … Neal leads the Golden Knights with eight points (six goals, two assists).