Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Still Camping

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks prospect camp is down to a few practices and scrimmages, and for the first time in a long time there’s not real buzz coming from camp about a player that could be on the rise to join the Chicago Blackhawks this coming season.

During previous seasons we looked forward to Teuvo Teravainen and Brandon Saad to join the Chicago Blackhawks roster after impressive prospect camps, but this season there isn’t as much excitement and it feels more like an exercise for the upcoming years than someone on the verge for a roster spot.

The Chicago Blackhawks weekend is approaching and the 2015 Chicago Blackhawks convention will be underway on Friday and everyone will be celebrating another Stanley Cup, but the question is has Stan Bowman made the right moves to get the Chicago Blackhawks back in the Stanley Cup Final sooner than later.  Here are some morning links to kick off your Wednesday morning.

Day #3 of the Chicago Blackhawks prospect camp had a very Swede feeling about it (Blackhawks)

The Chicago Blackhawks alumni will face the Minnesota North Stars alumni on the ice before the Stadium series game in February (Second City)

Let’s compare the damage after the 2010 Stanley Cup champions and the 2015 Stanley Cup Champions (The Committed Indian)

Johnny Oduya will not be re-signing with the Chicago Blackhawks according to his souce in a statement that was released on Tuesday (ESPN Chicag0)

Grading the top offseason moves by Stan Bowman and the Chicago Blackhawks (Bleacher Report)

Nick Schmaltz is looking for nothing but improvement at this seasons Chicago Blackhawks prospect camp (CSN)

Which Chicago Blackhawks prospects will be returning to college this fall (Committed Indians)

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What does current signing Mike Reilly to the table for the Minnesota Wild and will he be ready for opening night (Hockey Wilderness)

Is Dmitrij Jaskin a Top 6 forward option for the St. Louis Blues (St Louis Gametime)

There is only one reason that Justin Williams signed with the Washington Capitals, and that is because he sees a contender and team that his role will be used (Arctic Ice)

Ron Wilson is expecting big things from Phil Kessel including a possible 40 goal season in his new home with the Pittsburgh Penguins (Pro Hockey Talk)

For how much and how long should the Washington Capitals pay Braden Holtby to secure their #1 goalie for years to come (Puck Daddy)

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