Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks took care of the New York Islanders last night and swept the season series during the first weekend of the season.
If you missed the game, you missed a show from Patrick Kane and the Russian #88, Artemi Panarin. Of course, it may be hard to duplicate what they did last night or the first three games of the season so far, but they have been very exciting to watch on the ice. The Patrick Kane goal that made the score 3-0 was a puck possession masterpiece. It felt like Kane and Panarin were playing on the ice by themselves trying to get the best angle possible for the other to score, and before I could tweet Harlem Globetrotters, Pat Foley was saying it on the telecast.
The main thing is that after the opening night loss, the Chicago Blackhawks came back and won the next two game with last night’s game being the most impressive thus far.
The Chicago Blackhawks are off now until Wednesday which will make for a few days of watching the Bread Man highlights with Kane and hoping it lasts for an 82 game season. Here are some morning links to kick off your Sunday morning.
Chicago Blackhawks radio announcer John Wiedeman reflects on the three Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cups in 6 seasons that’s he has been able to announce (Blackhawks)
Let’s be honest, any game recap reads the same, Panarin with Kane is almost unfair to the NHL (The Committed Indian)
According to sources, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking for some defensive help via the trade market (Tribune)
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