Taking on the nearly invincible Boston Bruins (16-2-0) at their home, the Chicago Blackhawks (6-8-3) were routed 6-1 on Nov. 19.
Boston's win extends the Bruins' home winning streak to start the season at 11 games, tying an NHL record.
Taylor Raddysh scored a power-play goal for Chicago and Petr Mrazek stopped 37 shots, ESPN reported. The Blackhawks have lost three straight games.
"When they were able to recover pucks off of battles, we got sucked into puck-watching a little too much," said defenseman Connor Murphy, according to NHL.com . "They're good at using our triangles and making passes through us."
Chicago will next host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday, Nov. 20.
Make it 10 consecutive losses for Northwestern University as the Wildcats (1-10) fell to the Purdue Boilermakers (7-4) 17-9 on Nov. 19 at Ross-Ade Stadium.
It was the first time since 2007 the Boilermakers have beaten the Wildcats at home, the Journal & Courier noted.
With NU's top two quarterbacks, Brendan Sullivan and Ryan Hilinski, out because of injuries, coach Pat Fitzgerald had to start Cole Freeman.
Purdue can win at least a piece of the Big Ten West championship with a victory at Indiana next week but would need a loss by Iowa against Nebraska on Friday, Nov. 25, to reach the conference title game.
The Wildcats will conclude their season on Saturday, Nov. 26, against rival Illinois.