After a weekend of letting go head coach Jeremy Colliton and assistants Sheldon Brookbank and Tomas Mitell, It looked like the Blackhawks got their groove back.
The organization have won their 2nd game In a row. In a shootout, the Blackhawks win against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 42/44 shots for a .955 save percentage. The Blackhawks were In control of the game throughout the first 2 periods when they were leading 2-0. The Penguins tried to rally back In the 3rd period.
"It feels nice," Fleury said. "Just walking in the room seeing guys smile at practice, before the games, during the game. We want to do better for this team and for the fans. It was definitely a frustrating start to the season and I’m glad the last two games feel better and we’re going to keep building on that and try to put on a good show at home."