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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Grinding Win

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! It sure wasn’t a pretty win, but in the Stanley Cup Final a grueling win is just a great as a pretty win.  The Chicago Blackhawk were outplayed at times, but when push came to shove they found a way to pick up another win and tie up the series at 2 games a piece.

The Hawks seem to get better as the series go on, or in the case Wednesday night just find a way to win.  For the first time all playoffs they really looked gassed for most of the game, but Brandon Saad found a burst of energy with a huge power move to give the Hawks the lead, and for what seems like the first time since the Ducks series the Hawks were able to hold on to a lead.

Give Corey Crawford his due, he didn’t have his best games in Game 2 and 3 but last night he brought his A Game to the United Center which was what was need in a tight checking game.

The Hawks tied the series so we can all take a deep breath as they take a well deserved 2 day break before the Finals resume Saturday night.  Here are some morning links to kick off you victory Thursday.

The Chicago Blackhawks evened up the series at two with a one goal win at the United Center (Blackhawks)

The Lines were frustrating yet the Chicago Blackhawks still found a way to win (Hockee Night)

Vince Vaughn likes the Chicago Blackhawks heart (CSN)

Here are some of the best Tweets from Game #4 of the Stanley Cup Finals (ESPN Chicag0)

The Chicago Blackhawks really have this… the NHL resiliency factor (Grantland)

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