Already headed to the playoffs with the best record in the Western Conference, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking to continue producing on the power play while closing in on the Presidents' Trophy.
The Blackhawks go for an eight-game winning streak Saturday night when they attempt to sweep the season series from the Phoenix Coyotes, whose playoff chances are dimming.
Chicago (34-5-4) has cruised to the best record in the West, and holds a six-point lead on Pittsburgh for the Presidents' Trophy with five games left in the regular season.
The Penguins visit Boston earlier Saturday, and hold the tiebreaker in the race for the best regular-season record.
The Blackhawks last won the Presidents' Trophy in 1990-91, and they appear to be on their way to getting another. They've reeled off seven wins in a row, their third winning streak of at least six games this season.
Despite Chicago's staggering success, the power play has been an issue, ranking 20th in the leagu...