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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- What Was That?

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Well the Chicago Blackhawks little east coast trip didn’t go as planned that’s for sure.

First they get shut out by the Philadelphia Flyers and followed it up the next night with an even poorer showing and saving a third period goal from Viktor Svedberg they could have put up goose eggs two nights in a row.

The Blackhawks now have a day off before they get ot face a team giving up a ton of goals in the Columbus Blue Jackets which hopefully will straighten out their offense after a tough work week.

It’s extremely early into the season, but one thing is for sure and that is none of Joel Quenneville‘s juggling skills on lines are clicking right now. The Blackhawks have one consistent line and a bunch of other lines that are struggling.

The top line had Bryan Bickell with them for a stretch last night with no luck.  The last two nights haven’t been very fun to watch, and now it’s back to the drawing board for Coach Q’s line blender machine.

Here are some morning links to kick off your Friday morning.

The Chicago Blackhawks were washed out in the Nations Capital on Thursday night (Blackhawks)

Kyle Cumiskey and the Chicago Blackhawks agreed to terms on Thursday, and then they promptly put him on waivers (Second City)

A pretty cool all access look into the Chicago Blackhawks summer with the Stanley Cup (CSN)

Chicago Blackhawks Artemi Panarin may not be fluent in English, but he’s letting his play on the ice do the talking for him (ESPN)

Patrick Sharp sees a lot of comparisons between the young Chicago Blackhawks in 08 to the current building blocks that the Dallas Stars have now (Fox Sports)

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The Nashville Predators have some early season trends already in the first week of the season (Predlines)

Unlike the Blackhawks, The Minnesota Wild are off to a hot start (Hockey Wilderness)

Kevin Shattenkirk‘s injury is not related to last years injury (Bleedin Blue)

Everyone will remember the nasty hit, but Kari Lehtonen was the star of the show (Defending Big D)

The young talents on the Edmonton Oilers just need  time to gel (TSN)

The Dozen Developments from the first week of the season (Grantland)

The LA Kings will be paying Mike Richards until 2032. (Puck Daddy)

What are the biggest takeaways from the first week of the NHL season (Bleacher Report)

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