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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Feeling Blue

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The horn and Chelsea Dagger got a workout in the first period of the game last night versus the St. Louis Blues, and then it was silent for the rest of the game.

Losing after building a 3 goal lead is our schtick so on the rare occasion it happens to us it really makes you feel kind of Blue the next morning.  I’m sure there is plenty of blame to go around this morning including some questionable plays by the young defenseman and a less than stellar night by Corey Crawford, but you have to be excited that the offense is starting to click.

With the offense clicking, especially Patrick Kane, we need all of the young defenseman to round out their game.  Mistakes will happen with this much youth on the ice, but once they tighten those things up with the offense starting to gel.. Watch out wins coming in bunches like they usually do for the men wearing Chicago Blackhawks jerseys.

Twitter was a scary place last night after the loss, but it was only a loss where they still picked up a point in NOVEMBER!  Here are some morning links to kick off your Thursday morning even if you are still feeling blue.

The Blackhawks took a point, but it was the St. Louis Blues play in the 2nd and 3rd period that took a point away from the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday Night (Blackhawks)

Get your fill of St. Louis Blues hate right here with a recap of events as well (The Committed Indian)

Watch Marko Dano’s first goal as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks from last night (Second City)

After last nights performance everyone will say no, but is Corey Crawford a Vezina Trophy Candidate (Committed Indians)

The St. Louis Blues should have quit sometime last night after the first period, but they didn’t (CSN)

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