3 Ways To Spark The Blackhawks Offense
Oct 3, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Chicago Blackhawks left wingTeuvo Teravainen
(86) looks to pass as New York Rangers defensemanMarc Staal
(18) closes in during the first period at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports
1. Call Up A Youngster To Jump Start The Offense
The Blackhawks need a youngster from Rockford to get the offense rolling. The Blackhawks look like a bunch of veterans going through the motions in the first month of the season and nothing gets veterans going like a young up and coming player to get the juices flowing and the offense rolling.
Sure I think Teuvo Teravainen would be the perfect player to come up and jump start the offense with his skill level, passing and vision, but there are other options from Ryan Hartman who basically is Andrew Shaw but bigger with more offensive skills to Phillip Danault who since the Blackhawks rookie camp looked ready to play this year to Mark McNeill who like Morin is willing to go to places like the front of the net that other Hawks players are shying away from in the early part of the season.
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This Hawks era was built on young exciting talent playing and changing the way the franchise was run and now it’s time for the brass upstairs to get back to their roots and see that a dash of youth to the roster could be the perfect wake up call for the veterans to get the legs going night in and night out.
The Hawks offense is stagnent and boring what’s your solution to the problem? Good thing is that it’s only November 3rd!!!
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