Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Finally, and I do mean finally it’s September. Only a few more days or possibly weeks of heat and soon we will start getting real hockey news once again, and of course we will be seeing the Chicago Blackhawks back on the ice for training camp.
September is a great month for hockey fans. It starts out with the Rookie Tournament, and then training camp on the campus of Notre Dame, and then preseason hockey. We will get to see what the fresh faces look like and how they mesh with the rest of the team. We will have something to get excited about once again.
We won’t relive August, but let’s hope that how bad the month of August was, September will be the total opposite and turn our thoughts back to celebrating what happened in June while looking forward to another season of Chicago Blackhawks hockey. It’s September and here is the first morning links page of the month!
The Chicago Blackhawks will be counting on a bunch of new faces in their defense of the Stanley Cup this upcoming season (Blackhawks)
Yesterday was Chicago Blackhawks day on Pro Hockey Talk and they dug into the offseason moves by the Hawks, and will it be enough to get them back to the top of the hockey world (Pro Hockey Talk)
A look in at a Central Division foe and what they should look like this upcoming season in Denver (Committed Indians)
The NHL is at a critical crossroads as it deals with terrible news all summer long (ESPN)
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- Three Takeaways from the Blackhawks’ Win vs Vancouver
- Blackhawks: Why Derek King is the Right Coach moving forward
- Marc-Andre Fleury Carries the Blackhawks to a 4-2 Win vs Seattle
- Instant Reaction: Blackhawks top Kraken for first time in history
Well, at least the Nashville Predators can hang their hats on scoring big on NHL 16 this year (Predlines)
The Washington Capitals have 9 players in the Top 300 rankings, do you know who they are? (Stars and Sticks)
There are still quite a few free agents out there, and here is how one of them fits on every NHL team this fall (Bleacher Report)
More from Blackhawk Up
- Blackhawks: Key Takeaways from 3-2 win over the Blues
- Blackhawks: Grading Connor Murphy and a position comparison
- Blackhawks: Shuffling the lines to try and spark offense at 5 on 5
- These Lineup Changes could Solve the Blackhawks’ Scoring Problem
- Blackhawks: List Of Things To Be Thankful For This Thanksgiving