The Chicago Blackhawks will look to start the post Joel Quenneville off on the right foot with a win against the Carolina Hurricanes at the United Center on Tuesday.
To get that W, they'll being going up against an old friend in Scott Darling who has a 3.14 goals against average in two games so far this season along with a .893 save percentage.
The win would be a big one, as not only will it be Jeremy Colliton's first win of his NHL coaching career but it'll also put an end to a five game losing streak.
After the initial shock of the Quenneville firing, there's a bit of a buzz floating around regarding the fresh start.
"Everyone seems excited and open to what we're suggesting. We're not wiping the slate clean, just a few things we'll focus on as a group. We want them to play, want them to be free out there and have fun. There's some systematic stuff we'll worry about, but the most important thing is that they're skating, they're working. Being a half step wrong here or there, that'll sort itself if you're working." Colliton told the media.
It's a prime opportunity for the Hawks as the Hurricanes are also in the middle of a five game losing streak in which they've been outscored 16-7.
No surprise as Corey Crawford gets the start with a 2.92 goals against average and .907 save percentage.
Here's a look at tonight's projected rosters for both teams.
Blackhawks projected lineup
Alex DeBrincat -- Jonathan Toews -- Dominik Kahun
Nick Schmaltz -- Artem Anisimov -- Patrick Kane
Brandon Saad -- David Kampf -- Alexandre Fortin
Chris Kunitz -- Marcus Kruger -- Andreas Martinsen
Duncan Keith -- Henri Jokiharju
Erik Gustafsson -- Brent Seabrook
Brandon Davidson -- Jan Rutta
Hurricanes projected lineup
Warren Foegele -- Jordan Staal -- Justin Williams
Micheal Ferland -- Sebastian Aho -- Teuvo Teravainen
Jordan Martinook -- Lucas Wallmark -- Andrei Svechnikov
Brock McGinn -- Clark Bishop -- Phillip Di Giuseppe
Trevor van Riemsdyk -- Dougie Hamilton
Jaccob Slavin -- Brett Pesce
Calvin de Haan -- Justin Faulk