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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Finally A Schedule

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The schedule which was a huge secret for a few days was finally released yesterday, and now we know when we will be watching the Chicago Blackhawks take on the Minnesota Wild.  Now we can complain about the NHL and these ridiculous late start times for Central Time Zone team.  Games shouldn’t be getting done around midnight and expect to grow your fan base.  One of the most exciting teams with the biggest star power is the Chicago Blackhawks and the NHL decides to put them on really really late so good luck with those ratings.

The Chicago Blackhawks have more than late time starts to worry about,  they need to figure out Devean Dubnyk and how to get shots on him which is something the Wild have shut down since Dubnyk arrived.  The Blackhawks need Bryan Bickell to show up against a team he shines against so now we have two more days to think and talk about the series before it starts late Friday night.  Here are some morning links to kick off your morning links.

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Since we still have time before Game #1,  Let’s look back at the sights and sounds of the Chicago Blackhawks comeback win in Game #6 against the Nashville Predators (Blackhawks)

Kris Versteeg is a needed scratch when the playoffs start back up on Friday night against the Minnesota Wild (Second City)

Breaking down each position in the 2nd round matchup between the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild (The Committed Indian)

Everybody is waiting for Bryan Bickell to break out, well he’s gone nuts against the Minnesota Wild in the past (ESPN Chicag0)

Wild fans believe it’s Minnesota’s youth that will be the difference against the Chicago Blackhawks (Gone Puck Wild)

Niklas Kronwall was suspended and rightfully so for his against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game #6 and will miss Game #7 (TSN)

Read a very angry rant from a St Louis Blues fan about their great season and another pathetic Stanley Cup playoff run (St Louis Gametime)

Seven, yes seven reasons the Capitals beat the New York Islanders (Stars and sticks)

The Eulogy of the Vancouver Canucks.  This used to really excite me, but the Canucks rivalry is dead (Puck Daddy)

The ranking of the goalies that are left in the Stanley Cup Playoffs (Bleacher Report)

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