NEW YORK — The Chicago Blackhawks and Dallas Stars will meet Wednesday night in the final game of their 2016 Stanley Cup Playoff series.
Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford will make his first start since Jan. 11 and Dallas star Tyler Seguin will make two starts.
The Blackhawks are 4-1-0 in those matchups and are leading 2-0 at the half.
Chicago is also 3-1 in its last seven road games.
“We’ve got a good shot at winning it,” Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said.
Crawford will start for the Blackhawks against the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday at 3 p.M. “
So it’s going to take some good luck, some good puck luck, but we’re ready to go.”
Crawford will start for the Blackhawks against the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday at 3 p.M.
CST (7 p.U.P.T. on CBC, ESPN Radio One and CBC Sports Network).
The Stars will play the Blackhawks on Friday at 7 p.
T (8 p.C.T.) and will open the night with a 5 p.P., 6 p.H.M., and 9 p.R.M./7:30 p.F.M.-themed practice.
It will be hosted by Dallas Stars head coach Lindy Ruff.
Stars defenseman Jordie Benn will also play against the Blackhawks.
The Stars lost 3-2 at the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night.
The team will face the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday.
“This is definitely a tough matchup,” Stars coach Lindie Ruff said.
The Penguins won 2-1 at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.
Pittsburgh is 0-4-2 against the Stars this season.
“It’s a tough test,” Benn said.
Stars center Tyler Seaman will also be the starter.
“Tyler has done an outstanding job,” Ruff said of Seaman.
“He’s doing well.
It’s important that he’s a starter tonight.
He’s been outstanding. “
And the same goes for Seguistin.
He’s been outstanding.
He did a fantastic job tonight.”
The Blackhawks and Stars meet again on Monday.
Chicago leads the series 2-2-0.
Stars forward Antoine Roussel will be out for at least one game with a lower-body injury.