Greetings from Chicago, where a series of rainstorms has cleared out and left sunny skies for Game 6 of the
The Blackhawks were expected to make one lineup change -- taking out 40-year-old defenseman
If he gets in, Rundblad said, "I want to be better. I just want to help the team, help them be better. Be quicker, quicker to win the puck."
It could be difficult for him to reenter the series now, but Rundblad said he's prepared. "It's not the easiest thing, but it's still exciting," he said. "I'd rather play in the game than bag skates. If I play tonight, I'll be excited."
The Blackhawks also repeated that they’re confident facing Ducks goaltender
"He's a great goalie, has stood on his head all series, but I think if we get traffic to him, take away his eyes, it's going to be good for us," Shaw said. "He's going to rebound from the last game and going to stand on his head again. He won the game. Emotions are high. We've got to dig down and play at another level."
“I think we feel pretty good,” he said. “I think every year there’s talk about this, trying to wear us down. I think [