DEVILS (10-4-2) at BLACKHAWKS (8-7-2)
7 p.m. ET; NBCSCH, MSG+, NHL.TV
The New Jersey Devils and Chicago Blackhawks will each look to earn two consecutive wins when they play at United Center on Sunday.
The Devils ended a four-game losing streak by defeating the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Saturday. New Jersey is 5-1-1 on the road, but 1-2-1 in Chicago since the 2013-14 season.
The Blackhawks, who had lost two straight games and seven of 10 (4-5-1), rallied from down two goals to defeat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 in overtime Saturday. They were held to two goals or fewer in nine of their previous 12 games.
Players to watch
Devils left wing Taylor Hall is two points from reaching 400 in his NHL career.
Blackhawks rookie forward Alex DeBrincat has six points (four goals, two assists) in his past six games.
They said it
"I think our team was starting to get a little down on ourselves. We weren't getting the results we wanted, but this is a good way to propel us into the weekend. It's a big back-to-back for us. I'm looking forward to playing Chicago tomorrow night." -- Devils forward Kyle Palmieri after the win Saturday
"That's a big comeback win and one we needed in the room. Hopefully we can keep moving with this. Getting two goals was nice. I get a few puck bounces there and get lucky and it goes in. But it was good timing for me. We definitely needed this win." -- Alex DeBrincat after a three-point game (two goals, assist) against the Hurricanes
Devils projected lineup
Taylor Hall -- Nico Hischier -- Kyle Palmieri
Jesper Bratt -- Adam Henrique -- Drew Stafford
Brian Gibbons -- Brian Boyle -- Jimmy Hayes
Miles Wood -- Blake Coleman -- Stefan Noesen
Andy Greene -- Steven Santini
John Moore -- Mirco Mueller
Will Butcher -- Damon Severson
Scratched: Dalton Prout, Ben Lovejoy, Pavel Zacha
Injured: Marcus Johansson (concussion), Travis Zajac (torn pectoral muscle)
Blackhawks projected lineup
Brandon Saad -- Jonathan Toews -- Richard Panik
Nick Schmaltz -- Artem Anisimov -- Patrick Kane
Lance Bouma -- Tanner Kero -- Alex DeBrincat
Patrick Sharp -- Tommy Wingels -- Ryan Hartman
Duncan Keith -- Cody Franson
Gustav Forsling -- Jan Rutta
Connor Murphy -- Brent Seabrook
Scratched: John Hayden, Michal Kempny, Jordan Oesterle
Injured: Michal Rozsival (upper body)
Zajac was cleared to practice Saturday but is not ready to return to the lineup. He could make his season debut next week.
The Devils have scored 52 non-shootout goals in 16 games. They scored 39 after their first 16 games last season. ... Saad ended a 10-game goal drought Saturday and leads the League with five game-winning goals.