Blackhawks Game Notes For Thursday vs. Vancouver

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* Vancouver has won three straight over the Blackhawks and is looking for its first four-game winning streak versus Chicago since February 16, 2007 to February 10, 2008.

* Chicago has allowed 5+ goals in six home games this season, its most such games in a single season since 2008-09 (seven home games with 5+ goals allowed), Joel Quenneville’s first season as head coach of the Blackhawks.

* Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin have each recorded 57 points against the Blackhawks throughout their careers, tied with each other for the most among active players.

* Rookie Alex DeBrincat is tied with Patrick Kane for the team lead with 25 goals this season. In the expansion era (since 1967-68), only two Blackhawk rookies have led the team in goals, Darryl Sutter in 1980-81 (40) and Tuomo Ruutu in 2003-04 (23).

* The Canucks enter Thursday’s contest on a seven-game losing streak, the longest active losing streak in the league. Vancouver has been outscored 23-7 during the seven-game skid.

* The Blackhawks’ 61.3 percent penalty-kill percentage is the lowest mark in the NHL in March. It is also the lowest mark in a single month by the Blackhawks since they recorded a 59.0 percent in November 2011 (minimum 10 games).

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