It makes no difference to the
The teams split the first four games, with each winning once on the other team's home ice.
The Blackhawks might have to make a minor adjustment or two, primarily because Bishop—who missed Game 4 because of an undisclosed injury--is a better puck-handler than Vasilevskiy. But Chicago players and Coach
"It's all part of the process at this time of year," right wing
"We'll get here tonight and we'll focus on getting ourselves ready and come in after warmups and see who's starting for them. It doesn't really change too much. We know they're probably going to choose the better option for what's better for their team, so we don't tend to worry about that too much. Both goalies, we pretty much have the same game plan against. Get the traffic in front, get the point shots, try to get rebounds, try to do one-timers, things like that, so it doesn't matter who's in net."
Quenneville said the uncertainty over the Lightning's starter will not affect how he prepares his team for Game 5.
"We can't control that. So whoever's in net, we'll talk about that goalie and go from there," Quenneville said.
"Both guys in there are great goaltenders, so I don't think it really matters who we're shooting on," he said. "As a shooter, you try to get to the net, disrupt traffic, shoot the puck where the goalie isn't. Nothing really changes from my standpoint.
"I don't really do too much homework on goaltenders, to be honest with you. I focus on getting it to the net and shooting where I see open net."
Sharp, who has gone 13 games without scoring a goal, was on the left side with Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa in Chicago’s morning skate. The other lines were
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