The Chicago Blackhawks have lost eight straight games including the last three under new head coach Jeremy Colliton.
As the team continues to look for their first win for their new coach, it won't be any easier tonight as they take on a St. Louis Blues team who are starting to turn things around.
The Blues started the season as a dumpster fire but have gone 4-2-0 in their last six games and have scored at least four goals in seven of their last nine games.
The Hawks' on the other hand have scored two goals or fewer in five of their last seven games and have allowed four in five of their last six.
To try and get things going Colliton has stirred the pot with some line changes.
"Find a way to get a win. It doesn't matter so much who we're playing. Certainly, if we get two and they get zero, that's good. So that's definitely on the radar for us. But for us, we want to get two points. We want to build on the last game and start putting some points together night after night." Colliton said.
Good old friend Jake Allen gets the start for the Blues while Corey Crawford gets the start for Chicago.
Check out tonight's full projected lineups below:
Blackhawks projected lineup
Nick Schmaltz -- Jonathan Toews -- Patrick Kane
Alex DeBrincat -- David Kampf -- Dominik Kahun
Brandon Saad -- Artem Anisimov -- John Hayden
Chris Kunitz -- Luke Johnson -- Andreas Martinsen
Duncan Keith -- Brent Seabrook
Erik Gustafsson -- Henri Jokiharju
Brandon Manning -- Gustav Forsling
Blues projected lineup
Jaden Schwartz -- Ryan O'Reilly -- Vladimir Tarasenko
Robby Fabbri -- Tyler Bozak -- Alexander Steen
Zach Sanford -- Robert Thomas -- David Perron
Pat Maroon -- Ivan Barbashev -- Oskar Sundqvist
Carl Gunnarsson -- Alex Pietrangelo
Joel Edmundson -- Jay Bouwmeester
Vince Dunn -- Jordan Schmaltz