Now, with two days’ rest following their 3-1 loss at
“We expect a dangerous team,” Blackhawks Coach
"We expect them to come at us very hard. They're going to push the pace, [so] let's be aware of what they're going to do, but let's be the team that sets the tone."
With more rest afforded them before Game 3 Saturday at
“I don’t know if 'best shot' is the best way to put it. I think everyone expects the Kings to improve as the series goes on, just like the 'Hawks will,” Chicago left wing
"The Kings can shut it down, defensively. They have a lot of speed, talent and whatever kind of game they want to play, they can play it."
Chicago is on a 9-2 roll and has kept opponents to just one goal in five of those wins. The Blackhawks are 7-0 at home.
“We always want to play the same, regardless of how the other team feels,” forward
The Kings rallied from 3-0 down to win their first-round series weeks ago against San Jose, and Blackhawks forward
"Anytime you get down a game, you come back flying," Saad said. "They're going back home after this, they want to steal this one. We've just got to match their intensity. We know they're a desperate team. We have to match that desperation."
"I've just got to keep pushing myself," Shaw said.