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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Revenge Monday

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks finally looked like themselves in the third period in Winnipeg last night! Trailing 3-2 heading into the third it was two of their biggest guns getting it done, first Patrick Sharp tied the contest on a breakaway and then the Captain Jonathan Toews won it with a deflection in the final minute.  It seemed like old times instead of the funk the Blackhawks had been skating around in the previous two weeks.

Tonight is a whole different ballgame with the LA Kings coming to town for the first time since the Game 7 win at the United Center last spring.  The teams are pretty much the same with the exception of Patrick Kane on the mend.  The Kings are currently one point out of 3rd in the Pacific Division and 2 points out of a wild card spot so probably just right where they want to be.  The Chicago Blackhawks could make their path to the playoffs a little tougher by beating them in regulation tonight,  in the meantime here are some morning links to kick off your Gameday

Here is the highlights and recap of the Captain’s last minute victory deflection (Blackhawks)

The Queen is dead, long live the queen (Hockee Night)

Chicago Blackhawks prospect and former #1 pick Mark McNeill is waiting for his first taste of NHL action (ESPN Chicag0)

Joining the Chicago Blackhawks means a lot to Vince Hinostroza (Daily Herald)

Patrick Sharp and the importance of the Chicago Blackhawks win on Sunday night in Winnipeg (Tribune)

Another late blows kills Jets… they live and die (Mostly) by the heartbreaker (Winnipeg Free press)

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NBCSN reporter and in between the boards guy Brian Engblom took a puck to the head but he’s a hockey guy and came back to finish the game (Pro Hockey Talk)

The Predators winning streak was snapped by the Flames in Smashville on Sunday night  (Predlines)

The Frozen Four Field is set after some really good games this past week (Hockey Wilderness)

Without T.J. Oshie in the lineup, the St. Louis Blues offense struggles (Bleedin Blue)

Tired of Conner McDavid? Who leads the Draft class of 2016? (NHL)

The Penguins Kris Letang is out with a concussion after taking a hit from the Arizona Coyotes (TSN)

Game of Thrones night making hockey fans feel flushed (Puck Daddy)

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