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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Rivalry Night

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks are back on the ice tonight against the Big Bad and injured St. Louis Blues when they invade the United Center on NBCSN rivalry night!

The Chicago Blackhawks are coming off a 4-2 win against the LA Kings which included 3 unanswered goals in the third period.  The Blues got the Kings last night at home, and they lost 3-0 so it’s possible the Blues are starting to struggle.

The Chicago Blackhawks are looking to build on Monday night’s win and they will most likely be starting the same lineup as Monday night which means that there will be no Marian Hossa in the lineup tonight against the Hawks current biggest rival.

The Blackhawks will be looking for some more great effort from the kids and their stars which was a perfect recipe for a win against the Kings. They do need some secondary scoring from the bottom two lines which would mean maybe getting something from Andrew Shaw tonight.

The Blues are in town tonight, and before we get to game night, here are some morning links to kick off your Wednesday.

Chicago Blackhawks tickets for their Stadium series game against the Minnesota Wild are now on sale (Ticketmaster)

See and Here what Joel Quenneville had to say after the Chicago Blackhawks practice on Tuesday afternoon (Blackhawks)

As predicted (by almost everyone) the Patrick Kane case will disappear into thin air in Hamburg New York (Hockee Night)

The Patrick Kane case ended as it was going to from the beginning (The Committed Indian)

Ryan Garbutt continues to impress in the early part of the season with the Chicago Blackhawks (CSN)

The breathtaking potential of the newest Chicago Blackhawks line with Teuvo Teravainen, Artem Anisimov and Patrick Kane (Tribune)

What’s next in the case against Patrick Kane now that the accuser has withdrawn from testifying (SI)

More from Blackhawks News

What players are in the pipeline for the Nashville Predators (On The Forecheck)

Watch Jake Allen‘s amazing save against Anze Kopitar in last night’s game (St Louis Gametime)

Tyler Seguin has a hat trick which had to be pretty sweet since it was against his former team the Boston Bruins (Blackout Dallas)

Dustin Byfuglien will have his disciplinary hearing today about his high hit (Arctic Ice)

Conner McDavid will be out for an extended period of time after injuring his shoulder last night (NHL)

Braden Holtby had a rough night against the Rangers Tuesday (Puck Daddy)

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