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By Keith Schultz
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Good Morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! When I was reading through Twitter yesterday morning I saw something that almost made me smile after a summer of disappointments from the Chicago Blackhawks, a summer that started out so great winning the Stanley Cup for the third time in 6 seasons but has digressed so far so quickly.

On twitter from the Hockey Hall of Fame was this tweet.

The part that was the silver lining besides seeing all the names from 2013 is that the engraving is almost complete and ready for revealing with all the names of the 2014-2015 Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Champions.

Without reliving or basically repeating yesterday mornings post, this summer has been the worst so seeing the Stanley Cup with the new names engraved maybe could put a stopper on all the bad news of the summer, and maybe get the Chicago Blackhawks pointed back in the right direction with good news on the horizon.

We are only 4 short weeks away from the start of training camp so we have that to look forward to as well, here are some morning links to kick off your Thursday morning.

Here is the official update about Phillip Danault from the Chicago Blackhawks team website (Blackhawks)

Ryan Hartman to participate in the 2015 NHLPA Rookie Showcase (Second City)

The Celebration was long and great in Sweden this week from all the Chicago Blackhawks during their day with the Cup (ESPN Chicago)

Here is another view about Adidas taking over the hockey jersey industry and what they could do with some ads (The Committed Indian)

Marcus Kruger and Johnny Oduya shared their day with the Stanley Cup and they spent some time with some kids in the hospital (NHL)

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The St. Louis Blues this year will feature a Gentler, Kinder defense (St Louis Gametime)

Alex Ovechkin basically vowed this week to play for Russia in South Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games (Pro Hockey Talk)

Bridgestone discontinues its sponsorship of the Mark Messier Leadership award, an award won by Jonathan Toews this past season (Puck Daddy)

The Minnesota Wild think they are contenders after their roller coaster season last year (NHL)

Here are 10 players to watch in this upcoming NHL season that are in their last years of their contract and will be playing to get more money next season (Bleacher Report)

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