The Chicago Blackhawks are right back at it tonight after beating the Edmonton Oilers last night. 

The Blackhawks will have the chance to extend their win streak to five games as they play the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena. 

Head coach Jeremy Colliton announced a line up change for tonight but it won't be between the pipes. 

Crawford will play in his 8th straight game as he gets the start for Chicago after his 21 save performance last night against the Oilers. 

Colliton revealed that Nick Seeler will jump back into the lineup on the blue line and pair up with Connor Murphy. 

Even though the Red Wings are the only team officially eliminated from the playoff race, the Hawks can't take them lightly as Chicago has fought their way back into the Western Conference Wild Card race. 

"We feel good about ourselves, but I think that we just take it one game at a time and try to keep building. We know that we're not out of it, so we'll just keep going and try to have another good start and a good game tomorrow." Duncan Keith said. 

Here's a look at tonight's full projected lineup:

Dominik Kubalik -- Jonathan Toews -- Brandon Saad
Alex Nylander -- Dylan Strome -- Patrick Kane
Alex DeBrincat -- Kirby Dach -- Drake Caggiula
Matthew Highmore -- David Kampf -- Ryan Carpenter

Duncan Keith -- Adam Boqvist
Olli Maatta -- Slater Koekkoek
Nick Seeler -- Connor Murphy

Corey Crawford