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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Week #2

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks are now on Week #2 of their much talked about circus trip, and well they are not off to the start they had hoped for after three games.  After going 6-1 and 5-1 in their previous two circus trips, the 1-1-1 start to this years trip feels like almost a defeat at this point.

The worst part of the circus trip is having to stay up late especially when the Hawks serve up a stinker of a third period like they did in Vancouver late Saturday night.  It’s after midnight and sitting up watching a bad period is a lose lose situation.  The worst part of the whole thing is this week is the harder of the two weeks of the circus trip in my opinion.  They travel to Los Angeles to face the Kings and Anaheim Ducks with a Thanksgiving day feast in between.

The Chicago Blackhawks must find some scoring outside of the second line which is the only line left in tact by Joel Quenneville, and they need Corey Crawford to start playing at a higher level.  When the team fights all night to tie it up in the third, you can’t let two more in to lose it late.  Here are some morning links to kick off your work week.

A look at Patrick Kane‘s fast start to the season and breaking down the numbers behind that quick start (Second City)

Here is a look at all of the Chicago Blackhawks prospects that are playing NCAA hockey this season (Committed Indians)

The Chicago Blackhawks are off to their normal bumpy start, will they ever get out of this years turbulence? (CSN)

Chicago Blackhawks General Manager Stan Bowman stated this past week that Patrick Kane is definately in the Hawks long term plans moving forward (Sun-Times)

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What are the biggest surprises from the first quarter of the NHL season (Bleacher Report)

The Nashville Predators lost in back to back shut outs, but it’s not all doom and gloom in Smashville (On The Forecheck)

Vladimir Tarasenko has put the St. Louis Blues on his back this season (Bleedin Blue)

More from Blackhawk Up

Wins and losses really don’t change what state of hockey the Colorado Avalanche are playing at this season (Mile High Sticking)

Montreal Canadiens Brendan Gallagher has to have surgery to repair his fingers and will be out for a while (TSN)

Sergei Bobrovsky has turned his game around and the wins are starting to happen for the Blue Jackets (Puck Daddy)

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Let’s Go Hawks!!

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