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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Get Your Tickets

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! We are down to 51 days until the Chicago Blackhawks kick off another season and another shot another Stanley Cup.

Today isn’t just another day in the countdown, but the Chicago Blackhawks put their regular season tickets on sale for everyone to purchase and if your lucky enough to get through this morning you could be watching the defending Stanley Cup Champions at the United Center this upcoming season.

The Chicago Blackhawks are in the middle of their summer break, and there is very little news out there but we will still give you some morning links to kick off your work week.

Jamal Mayers talks to Blackhawks TV about becoming a Chicago Blackhawks community liaison and what his new role with the franchise will hold (Blackhawks)

How the NHL put an end to something other sports just can’t do, stopping Bench clearing brawls (SI)

The District Attorney in the Buffalo area rambles about the Patrick Kane case  without giving away information which seems par for the course with the way hockey news is sent out (Sun-Times)

The Chairman of the Board Rocky Wirtz is remaining mum about the Patrick Kane case except to say he’s hopeful (Fox)

Fans want the Chicago Blackhawks to do something about the Patrick Kane case, but in all reality the NHL will have the final say no matter what happens (SI)

Dates every NHL fans should have marked on their calendar for the upcoming 2014-2015 NHL Season (Bleacher Report)

With the addition of Phil Kessel the Pittsburgh Penguins are poised to make a deeper run than they have experienced the past few seasons (NHL)

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Since Chicago Blackhawks fans love to attend Nashville Predators games, here’s the updated security measures that will be installed for Bridgestone Arena for the upcoming season (On The Forecheck)

According to St. Louis Blues fans, never fear Jay Bouwmeister will be back for the 2015-2016 season (Bleedin Blue)

Sami Salo bids farewell to a very consistent NHL career and here’s a look back at what he accomplished (Arctic Ice)

Who cares about what happens on the ice during the summer, here is the top 5 off ice antics by the Dallas Stars (Blackout Dallas)

Will Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien be on a very short leash this upcoming season in Boston (Causeway Crowd)

The annual summer edition lands in Montreal to learn about the Canadiens from A to Z (Puck Daddy)

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