Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks have one more day off today before they are back in action at the United Center on Sunday afternoon. The Chicago Blackhawks for years have been a well balanced, well oiled offensive machine, but this season they are like a comic and just full of one liners.
If you are looking for an example of the one liners just look at the Chicago Blackhawks scoresheet on Thursday night in Ottawa. The Hawks lost 4-3 in overtime and when you look at the scoresheet it was pretty much only the second line putting pucks in the net and collecting assists with one exception of Duncan Keith picking up an assist on the Patrick Kane goal.
Patrick Kane- 1 goal 2 assists
Artemi Panarin– 1 goal 2 assists
Artem Anisimov– 1 goal 1 assist
Ducnan Keith- 1 assist
As we have discussed in the past week, the Joel Quenneville line blender can carry some of the blame for the lack of production with Q really stifling Teuvo Teravainen‘s game. The other issue is players like Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa, and even Marko Dano having great chances and not being able to finish when given great chances to score.
One liners are funny, but looking at the Blackhawks offense it’s getting more and more annoying with no humor at all attached to it! Here are some morning links to kick off your weekend.
Check out what goal was voted as the Chicago Blackhawks play of the week by the fans (Blackhawks)
Watch some amazing Chicago Blackhawks Christmas light display shows around town (Second City)
A quick chat about the Washington Capitals and Dallas Stars and how far they can get this season (The Committed Indian)
Why Artemi Panarin is already the Calder trophy favorite and the best rookie in the league (CSN)
The Chicago Blackhawks are selling ice from the United Center to commemorate the 2015 Stanley Cup Championship (Madhouse Enforcer)
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