LAST GAME The Wild defeated the Blackhawks Marian Hossa Jersey 2-1 on Wednesday night at the United Center. Chicago has generated at least 35 shots on goal in all four games against Minnesota this year. Brent Seabrook scored a goal and Anton Forsberg made 25 saves in the loss to the Wild. It was his third consecutive start allowing two or fewer goals. VS. JETS Chicago holds a 12-9-0-0 mark all-time against the Jets, including a 4-7-0-0 record at home. The Blackhawks won the first matchup of the season 5-1 on Dec. 14 in Winnipeg. Patrick Kane (1G, 1A) and Nick Schmaltz (1G, 1A) each posted multi-point games in the victory. Kane leads the Blackhawks Patrick Kane Jersey with 22 career points (10G, 12A) in 20 games against the Jets. Neither Forsberg or Jeff Glass have ever faced Winnipeg in their careers. NEW YEAR NEW ME Schmaltz extended Patrick Sharp Jersey his point streak (5G, 3A) to six games with an assist against Minnesota on Wednesday night, the 100th game of his NHL career. The six consecutive games with a point match a career-long streak for the 21-year-old. Since the beginning of the new year, the former NCAA champion shares the league lead with eight points. His 32 points (12G, 20A) this season are a career-high and rank second on the team. DOT DOT DOT Since his NHL Corey Crawford Jersey debut on Dec. 28, David Kampf shares 12th in the league and paces rookie skaters with 60 wins at the dot. In that span, Jonathan Toews leads the NHL with 93 faceoff wins. GOAL SETTING Over their last seven games, the Blackhawks have scored 29 goals, the most in the league during that span. That stretch includes six consecutive games (Dec. 29 - Jan. 9) with three or more goals, the longest streak for the team this season. In those seven games, there have been 19 total multi-point performances from nine different players. ONE-TIMERS Seabrook netted his second goal of the year against the Wild. It was his 12th point (2G, 10A) this season. Michal Kempny notched an assist for the second straight game on Wednesday night. He has six points (1G, 5A) this season. Kane skated in a season-high 26:52 of total ice time in the loss. Brandon Saad paced the club with six shots on goal against the Wild.