One Improvement Each Line Must Make for the Chicago Blackhawks

December 10th, 2014 by Steve Silverman Leave a reply »
The Chicago Blackhawks stretched their winning streak to seven games Tuesday night when they outlasted the New Jersey Devils 3-2 and took the decision in a shootout.

After struggling to string wins together and put the puck in the net earlier in the year, the Blackhawks are now getting timely scoring from up and down their roster. As a result, they have climbed to the top of the Central Division—they leapfrogged the St. Louis Blues with the win over New Jersey—and the rest of the season looks promising if they can stay healthy.

But head coach Joel Quenneville knows that there are improvements to be made. He can look at each of his four lines and realize that the Blackhawks can play better and improve their chances of rising to the top in the Western Conference.

Quenneville is well-known for changing his line combinations frequently, oftentimes in the middle of a game. For the purposes of this story, we'll discuss the line combinations that have been used most frequently and can be assessed at 


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