Jonathan Toews is going to play his usual minutes. Corey Crawford will be in goal. The lines will look largely the same.
Don't expect any major changes for the Chicago Blackhawks when they try to extend their season in Game 5 of their second-round playoff series against Detroit on Saturday night.
After three consecutive losses to the rolling Red Wings, Toews and Co. think they are close to a breakthrough.
''The guys are very confident that we're very close to finding a way to win one game and when we do that we know all that confidence, the momentum is going to come rushing back and that's what we're focused on,'' Toews said. ''It's the only thing we can worry about.''
It's quite the change from the end of the regular season, when the Red Wings won their last four games to secure a spot in the postseason.
Then they were down 3-2 in the first round against Anaheim before taking the last two to advance, including a road victory in Game 7.
Now they're in complete control against ...