From the moment
After Quick’s glove save with just more than seven minutes left in the second period of Game 2, the Blackhawks were outscored, 6-0, in a 6-2 loss at
Now comes Game 3, where a raucous
Chicago center and goals co-leader
"We expect Quick to make one or two of those a game … he has athleticism, he can make acrobatic saves," Toews said. "If it gave them momentum, that's one thing, but we're not going to worry about it too much.
"We'll just keep putting pucks on him and we feel eventually they'll go in."
Toews noted the need to improve in faceoffs after his team lost 43 of 70 in Game 2. He said the Blackhawks want to play angry "considering how we played that last game."
"We're excited to have an opportunity to redeem ourselves and get back to playing the way we know we can," Toews said. "We know it's tough to win on the road. These games have taken a long time. We're excited to get into a routine."
After a pair of two-day breaks in the series, the teams will now play every other day until a Stanley Cup Final appearance is earned.
"We're still in a pretty good spot in this series," Toews said. "It's up to us, it's about how bad we want it, and that's that. You don't want them dictating things. It's all about that mind-set."