Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- At Least It’s Toewsday

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! With all the craziness that has happened the past few weeks with the roster, there’s one thing that’s for certain it’s that Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane are still around for the long term.

When you look around the landscape of the NHL, there isn’t a player out there that has done what Jonathan Toews has done in the past 8 seasons.  He’s been able to hoist the Stanley Cup from Gary Bettman three times already and most Chicago Blackhawks fans are wanting more, but at the same time questioning the roster moves that Stan Bowman has made the past couple weeks.

Brandon Saad was supposed to be the power forward for the Chicago Blackhawks for years to come like Toews, and we all know Patrick Sharp was going to be leaving so knowing that the player most NHL experts would start their team around will be leading the Chicago Blackhawks on to the ice striving to win Stanley Cups for years to come.

So enjoy your Toewsday, and here are some morning links to kick off your morning.

Chicago Blackhawks second day of prospect camp came and gone and here are some highlights and interviews (Blackhawks)

A pretty good look in at some of the news and players at the Chicago Blackhawks prospect camp (Third Man In)

Trevor Daley‘s preparation could make for a very smooth transition to the Chicago Blackhawks defense (Dallas Morning News)

Why you can understand the Patrick Sharp trade, but want nothing to do with it either (The Committed Indian)

Meet the new Chicago Blackhawks player, Ryan Garbutt  (Committed Indians)

Marko Dano is quickly getting to work at the Chicago Blackhawks prospect camp (ESPN Chicag0)

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The Vancouver Canucks have made some puzzling decisions during this offseason (Puck Drunk Love)

The Minnesota Wild fans are learning a lesson we have learned recently, Don’t fall in love with prospects (Hockey wilderness)

Do the Boston Bruins still need to add a defenseman after all of their recent roster moves (Causeway Crowd)

The hope in Washington is that Justin Williams isn’t washed up and ready to win some more (Stars and Sticks)

Reports are that Ryan O’Reilly ran his truck into a Tim Hortons and is charged with impaired driving (Puck Daddy)

The Hits and Misses from every NHL teams biggest free agent move in the 2015 Free Agency Period (Bleacher Report)

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