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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Historic Comeback

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The one thing the Chicago Blackhawks fans have come accustomed to has been great endings in games that many other would have felt impossible to comeback to win.

Well last nights game was a historic win with the Chicago Blackhawks winning only their second game in team history when they were trailing by 2 goals or more in the final two minutes.

It’s not really shocking that this core of Chicago Blackhawks players were able to do something that hadn’t been done for 89 years, they already have ended a 49 year drought when they won the Stanley Cup in 2010.  They also won their first game #7 on the road since 1965 when they defeated he Anaheim Ducks last spring, and they won their first Stanley Cup on home ice for the first time since 1938.

All of this history is fantastic, but possibly for the first time this season, the Chicago Blackhawks seemed liked the Chicago Blackhawks that we have come to know the past 8 seasons.  Granted they were down 2-0 for 58 minutes but the comeback was a true Chicago Blackhawks great moment that could carry over for weeks to come.

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

Watch and Listen to what the Chicago Blackhawks had to say after the their big comeback in Anaheim on Black Friday (Blackhawks)

Check out a younger Marko Dano with Marian Hossa and a little thing called the Stanley Cup (Second City)

Patrick Kane extended his point streak to 18 games on the game tying goal in the final seconds last night (CSN)

Watch how the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Ducks in the Final two minutes yesterday (CBS Chicago)

The one thing Artem Anisimov has is winning instincts which was on display in overtime last night (ESPN)

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