Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- No News

By Keith Schultz

Good Morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! It’s another dog day of summer and we sit and wait for more news or charges or anything to come out of Buffalo in the case against Patrick Kane.

Like I have said and your probably getting tired of reading, it feels like this is going to be a long drawn out process which is perfectly fine to get everything right, yet as a fan this is going to make all Chicago Blackhawks fans twist in the wind waiting for anything to be decided in the Buffalo suburb.

Nothing new came out of Buffalo on Tuesday, and reporters must be not expecting anything significant to happen anytime soon since everyone that was dispatched to the Buffalo area has come back home which means it’s going to be a battle of patience waiting for news to break either way for or against Patrick Kane.

One thing you don’t have to wait for is this mornings links so here they are to kick off the middle of the work week.

Are the Chicago Blackhawks responsible for Patrick Kane by not looking out for him and his character flaws (Daily Herald)

Kris Versteeg‘s spandex dance is amazing and yes it’s worth a second look (Second City)

The most hated opponent of the Chicago Blackhawks edition finds T.J. Oshie (The Committed Indian)

Another annoucnement for the NHL was announced on Tuesday with the NHL making an agreement with SiriusXM until 2021 (Committed Indians)

The Stanley Cup did take a pit stop at Patrick Kane’ Buffalo house this weekend (CSN)

There are two former Chicago Blackhawks that you can have serious Hall of Fame Debate one is Steve Larmer, and the other is Jeremy Roenick (ESPN Chicag0)

Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Kevin Dineen decided to use his day with the Stanley Cup with a trip to Saratoga Race Track (NHL)

Which Chicago Blackhawks player should replace the departed Patrick Sharp as an alternate Captain (Madhouse Enforcer)

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Just so you know Troy Brouwer isn’t the same player as the recently departed T.J. Oshie (Bleedin Blue)

If you are into jerseys, the Colorado Avalanche revealed their alternate jersey this week (Mile High Sticking)

The Dallas Stars prospects were ranked 24th in the lastest ESPN poll delivered this past week (Defending Big D)

The biggest question moving forward for the Arizona Coyotes is if there really is a future for the franchise in the city of Glendale (Pro Hockey Talk)

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