Good morning Chicago Blackhawks! Well that was one exciting 1-0 contest with an outstanding effort by Corey Crawford. It seems like yesterday or a long time ago that Lemont Native Scott Darling was starting games against the Nashville Predators, but after the last two games Corey Crawford is beginning to regain his form that he showed before the tragic misstep at the concert.
The Chicago Blackhawks defense is also back after a couple suspect games against the Nashville Predators and a rough second period in Game #1 against the Minnesota Wild. The Chicago Blackhawks shut down the Wild’s offense and then held on to the very end to secure the win and a commanding 3-0 lead. Now will the Chicago Blackhawks be able to finish the Wild or will the series go back to Chicago on Saturday night?
Here are some morning links to kick off what has to be a very happy Victory Wednesday!
The Chicago Blackhawks are zeroing in on another trip to the Western Conference Finals with their Game #3 victory in Minnesota (Blackhawks)
This was the game that was supposed to be a total disaster for the Chicago Blackhawks, but the Hawks scored in the first period and held on (Hockee Night)
Teuvo Teravainen’s small steps could become giant leaps as the playoffs progress (Sun-Times)
The Minnesota Wild were going to test Corey Crawford’s confidence, but he was up to the task on Tuesday Night (Madhouse Enforcer)
The Chicago Blackhawks continue to elevate their game in the playoffs (ESPN Chicag0)
Frustration is mounting in Minnesota as they can’t get one by Corey Crawford (Hockey Wilderness)
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There is only one thing that can be said about last night’s Calgary Flames victory from an Anaheim point of view.. Can’t win them all (Anaheim Calling)
Brandon Prust Apology: Class and Clarification about his statements about the refs (A Winning Habit)
Steve Moses explains why he chose to sign with the Nashville Predators instead of anywhere else (Predlines)
The Uh-Oh you’re down 0-2 in the playoffs survival guide (Grantland)
Alex Ovechkin was named a Ted Lindsay Award Finalist on Tuesday (Stars and Sticks)
The Playoffs have been plagued with quick whistles, but even video review didn’t get it right in Calgary last night (Pro Hockey Talk)
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has been ordered to appear in court to testify about concussions in the NHL (Puck Daddy)
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