Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Another Quiet Day

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks entered another day where the salary cap and players waiting to sign, and players waiting to know if they are soon to be ex-Blackhawks.

The Patrick Sharp saga seems like it could drag on all summer long and possibly he could be on the opening night roster, but it seems to be like a daily ritual of checking and seeing if a big deal has been made and finding out that the only move within the organization is that the Rockford Ice Hogs signed another player for next season.

Of course we don’t want Stan Bowman to rush a trade that’s not in the teams best interest, but with the Chicago Blackhawks up against the salary cap wall you feel like he’s dragging his feet.  Last year, Bowman pulled the Nick Leddy trade right at the last minute so we should probably buckle up for a long summer.

A quick look back at Game #6 of the Stanley Cup Finals and a pretty cool way to look back at it! (Blackhawks)

Another Day and Another repeat statement, All is quiet on the Western Conference Front! (The Committed Indian)

The Rockford IceHogs signed a couple players for next season, goalie Mark Visentin and Forward Daniel Ciampini (Committed Indians)

The Chicago Blackhawks are totally practicing patience, but how long will it last (CSN)

While everyone thinks that Johnny Oduya is waiting for the Chicago Blackhawks, sources say he’s trying to find the best deal elsewhere (ESPN Chicag0)

Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Kitchen took the Stanley Cup for a helicopter ride which looks very cool actually ( Sun-Times)

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