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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- A New Face

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks made a roster move on Tuesday, so if you thought Joel Quenneville and Stan Bowman were happy winning games 1-0 in overtime you were very incorrect.

The Chicago Blackhawks are looking for some more offense especially without Duncan Keith in the lineup, so the Blackhawks called up the reigning AHL player of the week Tanner Kero.  As I’m sure you well know by now that Kero has been on fire since the season started in Rockford, so the question will be if he can carry that scoring to the highest level.

One thing is for sure, we all (and by all I mean Chicago Blackhawks fans) want to see some goals in regulation even though seeing the Captain score in overtime never gets old.  The Blackhawks are playing some tight defense and Corey Crawford is on his game, but the Hawks need some offense, and even though I think Marko Dano should be getting the call up, I will be rooting for Kero to spark the Blackhawks offense.

I don’t care who sparks the offense as long as it gets going soon. Here are some morning links to kick off your hump day!

The 2015 Auditions took a turn to Rockford with the call up of Tanner Kero (Blackhawks)

A look at what is going on for the Rockford Ice Hogs in the early part of the season (The Committed Indian)

Vincent Hinostroza played hard for the Hawks, but he was sent back to Rockford on Tuesday afternoon (Committed Indians)

The one thing that you can count on from the Chicago Blackhawks no matter who’s on the roster is a strong Penalty Kill (CSN)

Patrick Sharp scored his first regular season goal in a Dallas Stars uniform last night (Sun-Times)

The Chicago Blackhawks are almost unfair 3 on 3 in overtimes (Deadspin)

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Jaromir Jagr left the game early with an injury (Puck Daddy)

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