April 21 was not a good day for any Chicago sports team that competed.
In Los Angeles, the Chicago Blackhawks (26-41-11) fell to the Kings (42-27-10) 4-1.
Patrick Kane scored the lone goal for Chicago while Collin Delia made 31 stops in his third straight start against LA.
Alex DeBrincat tied a career mark with his 76th point of the season when he added a secondary helper to Kane's second-period tally.
Next, the Blackhawks wrap their three-game trip on Saturday, April 23, in San Jose with the final meeting of the season against the Sharks.
The Chicago White Sox (6-6) finished a brutal series at the Cleveland Guardians (7-5) as the host team completed a series sweep with a 6-3 win.
Cleveland took both games of a doubleheader April 20 against the White Sox, which has lost four straight.
Chicago now begins a three-game series in Minnesota against the Twins.
The Chicago Cubs (6-7) fell under .500 for the first time this season after losing 4-3 to the Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley Field.
The Pirates rebounded from a three-game sweep at Milwaukee with nine hits in the opener of a four-game series at Chicago, per ESPN.
Cubs first baseman Frank Schwindel had his nine-game hitting streak snapped.
The two teams face each other again Friday, April 22, in Chicago.