TIME: 7:30 p.m. CT
TV: N/A | RADIO: WGN 720 AM & TUDN 1200 AM (Spanish) | STREAM: ESPN+ and Hulu
The Blackhawks open up the final week of the regular season as the Philadelphia Flyers visit the United Center for the lone time this season.
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John Wiedeman, Troy Murray and Caley Chelios will have the local call of the game on WGN Radio 720 AM.
Dylan Strome scored two goals and Alex DeBrincat recorded a goal of his own against the Flyers on March 5. DeBrincat has goals in two of his last three games against Philadelphia. DeBrincat scored 24 seconds into the middle frame, which marked the Blackhawks’ second-fastest goal from the start of a period this season.
The two-goal game from Strome was one of his three multi-goal performances this year. Strome also matched his season high with six shots on goal. Jonathan Toews picked up an assist and won 55 percent of his faceoffs.
Tyler Johnson picked up his third goal of the year on Saturday night in San Jose and has three points (2G, 1A) over his last four games. Johnson also paced the club with four hits and won his lone faceoff.
Jonathan Toews recorded an assist and has four helpers in his last four games. He paced the club with 12 faceoff wins on 17 attempts (71 percent).
The Blackhawks won 61 percent of their faceoffs on Saturday against the Sharks. It was the eighth time this year they have won 60 percent or more of their faceoffs in a game. Since March 28, Chicago is third in the league winning 55.7 percent of their draws. They won a season-high 63.9 percent of their faceoffs on April 14 against San Jose.
Chicago has won 51 percent or more of their faceoffs in 12 of their last 13 games. Jonathan Toews has won 10 or more faceoffs in nine of 10 games. In addition, Toews has won 60 percent or more of his draws in eight of his last 10 skates
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