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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Missed Opportunites

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks had plenty of opportunities in Game #3 to take a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Final, but they couldn’t capitalize on anything given or earned and now they find themselves in a 2-1 hole in the Stanley Cup Final.

Granted, it’s not the end of the world, the Chicago Blackhawks were down 2-1 to the Boston Bruins and won three straight to win the series, but this one sure does sting.  The Chicago Blackhawks had the game in their grasps after Brandon Saad scored in the third period to give the Hawks a 2-1 lead, but they gave up the tying goal 13 seconds later.  The Chicago Blackhawks have been plagued by quick strike goal and multiple goals and it looks to be finally catching up to them.

The Tampa Lightning look to be the faster team as the game went along after the Chicago Blackhawks blitzed them in the first period but only left the period tied 1-1.

The Chicago Blackhawk now face their 2nd straight must win Game #4 in a series, and now here is some morning links to kick off your Tuesday morning.

The game recap and highlights from the Tampa win and how they edged the Chicago Blackhawks (Blackhawks)

President Obama tweets support for the Chicago Blackhawks before Game #3 of the Stanley Cup Final (Madhouse Enforcer)

See what Scotty Bowman had to say about the Chicago Blackhawks and Teuvo Teravainen (Committed Indian)

Johnny Oduya left the ice, and returned but how healty is he for the rest of the Stanley Cup Final (ESPN Chicag0)

Mark Messier says that Chicago Blackhawks Captain Jonathan Toews is a leader on and off the ice (CSN Chicag0)

Navy Pier honors the Chicago Blackhawks with new seats! It’s pretty cool looking (Sun-Times)

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He may not be in Nashville next season, but here is Cody Franson‘s season ending grades for the Predators (Predlines)

Why some of the Colorado Avalanche players will not be returning next year to the Mile High City (Mile High Sticking)

The Minnesota Wild back up goalie Niklas Backstrom had surgery since the season ended (Gone Puck Wild)

P.K Subban dropped in on a street hockey game and blew some kid’s minds away with his appearance (Sporting News)

There was a time in the NHL when shot blocking wasn’t so important or preached (Pro Hockey Talk)

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Now it’s a long day waiting for Game #4 to start Wednesday night

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