The Blackhawks flew to Philly and had a lunchtime start and the only player who showed up on time was Corey Crawford.
Crawford stopped 21 of 24 and the Flyers added an empty net goal to make the final score 4-0. Brian Elliott picked up the shutout win.
Four Chicago forwards failed to put a shot on net. That group did not include Brandon Saad, who was scratched because of a shoulder injury, and Marcus Kruger, who was banged up in the Hawks’ last loss.
John Hayden and Andreas Martinsen were held to under ten minutes. Chris Kunitz saw some power play time. It didn’t help.
— Blackhawks Talk (@NBCSBlackhawks) November 10, 2018
Jeremy Colliton has work to do, but the issues with the Blackhawks are clearly deeper than the man behind the bench. Until they start opening up ice time for younger players (read: Dylan Sikura) they will continue being disappointed by the performances of veterans they never needed to sign in the first place (read: Kunitz).