Carolina Hurricanes (9-5-1, 19 points) @
Chicago Blackhawks (6-5-3, 15 points)
November 14, 2022 — 8:30 p.m. EST
United Center — Chicago, IL
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The Carolina Hurricanes will be in the Windy City for the only time this season as they take on the Chicago Blackhawks Monday night.
The Canes may be seeing a few familiar faces in Petr Mrazek, back healthy once again, and Max Domi, who’s off to a strong start with four goals and 10 points in 14 games.
The Hurricanes will be hoping for a better special teams performance then they got last game, going 0 for 5 on the power play and just 3 for 4 on the penalty kill. Carolina has now given up a power play goal in 11 of their 15 games.
They’ll be facing a Chicago team that has had relatively no pressure, expected by many to be one of the worst in the league, but that has found strong results regardless.
With the ever dazzling Patrick Kane and a resurging Jonathan Toews, it could be a tougher matchup than expected.
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- The NHL and NHLPA have withdrawn their plans to host a 2024 version of the Word Cup of Hockey. They are looking to host in future years. [TSN]
- Revised 2022-23 season playoff, awards, and Stanley Cup projections. [$TheAthletic]
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