Chris Kunitz will play in his 1,000th career NHL game Thursday when the Blackhawks host the Devils at the United Center.
#Blackhawks prospect Adam Boqvist scored his 15th OHL goal and had four shots in London’s 6-1 win over MacKenzie Entwistle and Guelph. Entwistle had two shots.— Cain (@brandonmcain) February 14, 2019
Boqvist has four goals and nine points in his last five games and 44 points (15G, 29A) in 40 games.
#Blackhawks prospect Nicolas Beaudin had a primary assist in Drummondville’s win over Sherbrooke. He has two goals and 23 assists in 20 QMJHL games since being cut from Canada’s World Juniors camp, and 48 points (7G, 41A) in 41 games overall.— Cain (@brandonmcain) February 14, 2019
The IceHogs are off until Saturday, when they host the Iowa Wild at BMO Harris Bank Center in Rockford.
Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Bulls ended their franchise-record 11th home losing streak with a 122-100 win over the Grizzlies on Wednesday night at the United Center. The Cubs also added left-handed relief pitcher Xavier Cedaño.
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Entwistle taking more reps at center for Storm (SCH)
‘My whole life is different now’: Blackhawks share the human – and hectic – side of NHL trades (The Athletic)
Blackhawks place Kampf on IR (SCH)
3 up, 3 down from Blackhawks’ loss to Bruins (SCH)
Jets’ Ehlers out 1-3 more weeks with upper-body injury (The Score)
The next Erik Karlsson? The next Hobey Baker winner? Avs prospect Cale Makar might be both (The Athletic)
19 Days of Doan, Day 8: That night in LA when Doan broke the hustle board (The Athletic)
RECAP: Crosby, Penguins defeat McDavid, Oilers again (NHL)
Murray wins Ducks coaching debut as Boyle shuts out Canucks (NHL)
Ducks place Gibson, Johnson on injured reserve (The Score)
OHL: Owen Tippett’s hat trick lifts Spirit over Firebirds (Sportsnet)
QMJHL: Oceanic have 11-game win streak snapped by Foreurs (Sportsnet)