Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks sure like the overtime pay!! For those of us that work hourly jobs, time and a half is fantastic, but it would be nice if we could win one in regulation but no ones complaining this morning as the Chicago Blackhawks now are all square once again with the Anaheim Ducks.
Now will the Chicago Blackhawks be able to capitalize on this overtime goal unlike they did after Game #2’s marathon, one thing you can expect is that Joel Quenneville will not be changing the lineup like he did after Game #2 after Antione Vermette nailed the game winner.
It’s now a best two out of 3 for a shot at the Stanley Cup Finals and now it’s time for some morning links.
Stan Bowman had some interesting takes about the Chicago Blackhawks, the future and himself on this weeks insider podcast (Blackhawks)
All the stars were on hand on Saturday night at the United Center including new Chicago Bears head coach John Fox and White Sox great Paul Konerko (Sun-Times)
The Anaheim Ducks are learning how to win the right way after lots of early recent playoff exits (CSN)
Antione Vermette and Teuvo Teravainen were back in the lineup for Game #4 after getting scratched in Game #3 (ESPN Chicag0)
Plenty of action during each game between Jonathan Toews and Ryan Kesler (Daily Herald)
Watch the ref trip the Anaheim Ducks defenseman that led to the Brandon Saad short handed goal (CBS Sports)
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Which Nashville Predators free agents should stay and which ones should be on the way out (Hockey Writers)
Ranking the best saves in the NHL playoffs this season (Bleacher Report)
Ryan Suter and what the Minnesota Wild fans think of his season as one of the best NHL ice time leaders (Hockey Wilderness)
All signs point to a Russian player Alex Burmistrov is heading back to the NHL and the Winnipeg Jets have his rights (Winnipeg Sun)
Speaking of all signs, everything is pointing to the Dallas Stars being big spenders during this years free agent period (Blackout Dallas)
The Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper says it’s asinine for the Bolts to replace Ben Bishop in the lineup for Game #5 (Pro Hockey Talk)
The Anaheim Ducks inked their new Assistant General Manager and he’s a stats nerd (Puck Daddy)
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