Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links: It’s Still July

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! It’s still July which means it’s still hot out and NHL hockey featuring our Chicago Blackhawks is still a couple months away.

Luckily, it’s the final week of July and vacations are wrapping up and the heat will be leaving soon and leafs will start to turn and the Chicago Blackhawks will be making their trip to Notre Dame.

Sure, there is some more things to get accomplished this summer, but after watching the Chicago Cubs get swept I’m already over this summer viewing schedule.

In the meantime, here are some morning links to kick off your work week.

If your into the ponies, head to Arlington International Racetrack for a day to celebrate the Chicago Blackhawks and their 6th Stanley Cup Championship (Blackhawks)

One last look at what happened last weekend at the Chicago Blackhawks 2015 Convention (Second City)

Not something that Chicago Blackhawks fans need to worry about very often in recent memory, but this is a fun list of who could be the most penalized players in the NHL this upcoming season (Bleacher Report)

Andrew Desjardins on why it became an easier and easier choice to come back to play for the Chicago Blackhawks (CSN)

If you missed it last week, the Corn Maze with the Chicago Blackhawks 2015 Stanley Cup in it is amazing (ESPN Chicag0)

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Have the Western Conference teams that are always looking up at the Chicago Blackhawks and in previous years the LA Kings done enough to make up ground this offseason (SI)

The Nashville Predators organization spent a week in Haiti handing out shoes (Predators)

How athletes and fans are cultured into needing players play when they are injured and the potential costs with this way of thinking (Arctic Ice)

The bottom two lines could be not so very good in this St. Louis blogger eyes (Bleedin Blue)

The Pro’s and Cons to a possible NHL rule change, the coaches challenge (Octopus Thrower)

Braden Holtby is driven to prove that he’s worth the big contract he just signed this upcoming season (Stars and Sticks)

The Bizarro NHL Power rankings takes a look at the Eastern Conference offseason aftermath (Grantland)

The Buffalo Sabres as a team are very excited by what has transpired this offseason with their organization (Pro Hockey Talk)

Which NHL Teams are on a collision course to being a major disappointment  in the upcoming 2015-2016 season (Bleacher Report)

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