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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links-Farewell June

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Well another June is about to pass and another Stanley Cup has been won in another June. The month of June has been very good for the Chicago Blackhawks ever since they drafted Jonathan Toews on June 24, 2006 and ever since the rest is history.  The Chicago Blackhawks have won 3 Cups in 6 seasons and will be looking forward to another season of playing in June come 2016, but first Stan Bowman has a whole lot of work to do.

Bowman still needs to sign Brandon Saad and Marcus Kruger while finding some trade partners for Patrick Sharp, Bryan Bickell and hopefully Kris Versteeg.  So as you can see there is a lot of things to look forward to in the month of July as the month of June comes to a close.

June was a great month to be a Chicago Blackhawks fans, and here are some morning links to finish off the month!

Scott Darling had his day with the Stanley Cup and brought it back home to Lemont where he had a street named after him (Blackhawks)

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Johnny Oduya to test the free agency market according to reports (Second City)

Not that the Chicago Blackhawks are expected to do much of anything his year, but here’s a free agency Primer (The Committed Indian)

RFA Qualifing offers were due on Monday and of course we will be the last to know what Stan Bowman did on Monday (Committed Indians)

Brandon Saad and the Chicago Blackhawks are mile apart on a brand new deal according to reports (CBS Chicago)

Former Chicago Blackhawks Bill Hay was elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday (Madhouse Enforcer)

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Former Nashville Predators Star Phil Housley was elected to the Hall of Fame as well on Monday (On The Forecheck)

A look back at the surprising and not surprising 2015 NHL draft weekend (Grantland)

Why there is a reason to be optimistic if your a Colorado Avalanche heading into the offseason (Mile High Hockey)

The St. Louis Blues annouced that Vladimir Sobotka will remain in Russian and play in the KHL next season (Bleedin Blue)

Cody Franson has spoken to at least a half dozen teams about his upcoming free agency (Pro Hockey Talk)

Pierre McGuire indicates that Mike Richards had an issue at a border crossing causing the breach of contract (Puck Daddy)

Re-Ranking every teams prospects after this years 2015 NHL draft (Bleacher Report)

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