The Chicago Blackhawks finally know their opponent for the second round of the playoffs.

When the Detroit Red Wings knocked off the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in Game 7 on Sunday night in Anaheim, it set up an Original Six showdown between the Wings and Hawks in the Western Conference semifinals.

The Hawks will have home-ice advantage in the best-of-seven series that according to multiple reports from Detroit media outlets will begin Wednesday night at the United Center with Game 1 and continue with Game 2 on Saturday. The series would then shift to Joe Louis Arena in Detroit for Games 3 and 4 on May 22 and 24, respectively.

The Hawks swept the season series against the Wings, winning all four contests with two games decided in shootouts and another in overtime. Corey Crawford was in goal for all four Hawks wins against Detroit.

"It's almost a team like ours," Crawford said Saturday. "It's a puck control team. They skate well, move the puck well, lot of skill, a lot of patient players with the puck and (with) their D-men, it seems like a lot of screens and a lot of big shots from the point."

The Hawks have been waiting to find out who they would face after dispatching the Minnesota Wild in five games in the first round.