TIME: 7 p.m. HC
TV: NBCSCH + | RADIO: WGN 720 AM & TUDN 1200 AM | FLUX: MyTeamsApp (In the market) & ESPN + (Off-market)
The Blackhawks return to the United Center to host the Ottawa Senators on Monday night. After the most complete game of the season Saturday evening in Saint-Louis, Chicago will seek the first win of the year as the calendar turns to November (TICKETS).
- CHI: 0-7-2, 2 PTS
- OTT: 3-4-0, 6 PTS
HOW TO WATCH
Can’t make it to the United Center? Don’t miss a minute of the action with Chris Vosters and Eddie Olczyk on NBC Sports Chicago +. Colby Cohen joins Pat Boyle for pre-game and post-game coverage starting at 6:30 PM. Viewers in the Chicago area can broadcast the game on the MyTeamsApp, while non-market fans can stream on ESPN +.
You can also listen to the game on WGN Radio with John Wiedeman and Paul Caponigri on call, as well as the Spanish show on TUDN Univision Sports Radio 1200 AM with Miguel Esparza and Jorge Moreno.
The Blackhawks have defeated the Senators in six straight games and are 18-5-1 against Ottawa since the 2000-01 campaign.
In the last match, January 14, 2020, Dominik kubalik scored two markers and Jonathan toews scored the winning goal in overtime. Toews also had two assists in the win.
Alex DeBrincat recorded one of his four career hat tricks and a career-high five points against Ottawa on February 18, 2019 and Toews has multiple points in three straight games against the Senators
In an early-season quirk, Chicago meets an Eastern Conference team for the seventh time in nine games on Monday night as the Senators visit the United Center. With a game against Carolina on Wednesday, the Blackhawks will already be 25% of their Eastern Conference schedule (32 games) at just 11 games in the year.
The Blackhawks went 2-for-3 on the penalty kill on Saturday night against St. Louis. Chicago currently sits sixth in the NHL for disadvantage percentage, killing 27 of 31 (87.1%) opposing power plays this season.
In the game, Chicago did not score a power play goal for just the second time this season (9-for-36; 25.0 percent). Their nine power play goals this season are tied for second in the NHL. Alex DeBrincat’s three power-play scorers share third in the league.
JONES-ING FOR MORE
In Saturday’s shutout loss, Seth jones saw his streak of four games with points and assists (5A) come to an end. From Oct.21-29, the assists streak fell to just a bit of the longest assists streak of his career of five games, set Feb.4-13, 2021 last season with Columbus (6A).
Jones has registered four games this season with over 27 minutes of ice time and is currently ninth in the NHL with an average of 25:54 of ice time. He averaged a career-high 25:49 during the 2018-19 season with the Blue Jackets. Duncan Keith has paced the club in average TOI in each of the past 16 seasons.