Brandon Saad scored twice and Patrick Kane had the game-winner for the Blackhawks Ducks in a 3-1 win Tuesday night at the United Center.
The Rockford IceHogs host San Antonio at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Elsewhere in Chicago sports Tuesday, the Bulls lost Kris Dunn for four to six weeks with a moderate MCL sprain. The Bulls seek their first win of the season when they host the Hornets on Wednesday.
RECAP: Saad leads Hawks to 3-1 win over Ducks (SCH)
Hawks assign Forsberg to AHL (SCH)
Ward on difficulty staying sharp: ‘Some nights, it’s not pretty’ (Chicago Sun-Times)
‘This feels very us:’ Kunitz and his family are making moments to remember with his Chicago homecoming (Chicago Tribune)
RECAP: Sharks score 3 in 3rd to rally past Preds (On The Forecheck)
Rusev and Lana turn Predators stars into WWE superstars (PHT)
RECAP: Stars hand Kings 5th straight loss (NHL)
Suter’s adventure nears 1,000 career NHL games (Star Tribune)
Jets, Laine have no concerns about sniper’s lack of production (Sportsnet)
RECAP: Zibanejad’s 4 points spark Rangers past Panthers (NHL)
RECAP: Fischer powers Coyotes past Blue Jackets (NHL)
RECAP: Price defeats Flames, ties Roy for 2nd-most wins for Canadiens (Habs Eyes On The Prize)
RECAP: Pastrnak, Rask help Bruins top Sens to end 3-game skid (NHL)
Bruins rookie Vaakanainen concussed by Borowiecki (Stanley Cup of Chowder)
RECAP: Crosby outshines McDavid as Penguins beat Oilers in OT (Sportsnet)
20 Questions with Curtis Joseph: On Stephen King, a serial pooper, and his staggering new memoir (The Athletic)
CHL Notebook: 2019 NHL draft prospects lighting the lamp early (Sportsnet)
Adam Foote named WHL’s Kelowna coach (Sportsnet)
QMJHL: Roundup: St-Laurent scores in OT as Phoenix top Foreurs (Sportsnet)