Luke Stuckmeyer and Blackhawks Insider Tracey Myers have the latest on Joel Quenneville's group in this edition of the Blackhawks Road Ahead, sponsored by Chicagoland NW Indiana Honda dealers.
Home is where the wins are for the Blackhawks in 2015. After scoring three unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Kings, Joel Quenneville's group is now 6-1-0 inside the United Center. They'll look to continue that streak Wednesday night against the Blues at home before heading out for a road tilt against New Jersey on Friday night.
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And for as good as the Blackhawks have been at home, it's been just as ugly on the road. With a 1-4-0 record, the Blackhawks are one of just two teams in the Western Conference with one or fewer wins on the road (Anaheim is 0-5-1).
"You need to win games on the road, and going into New Jersey, it's going to be an interesting atmosphere. It's not a packed house a lot of times so they're not going to be able to feed off the crowd," Myers said. "So it's going to be one of those games where they're going to have to take what they've done at home (and) bring it on the road."
See what else Myers and Stuckmeyer had to say in the Blackhawks Road Ahead above.