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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Revenge Night

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks are at the United Center once again tonight, and they will be looking to enact some revenge on the Vancouver Canucks this evening.

The Canucks were the only team to put a regulation loss on the Chicago Blackhawks record during the circus trip when the Canucks scored three times in third period to break a 3-3 tie to win 6-3.  The Sedin’s had a huge night against the Hawks.  Daniel Sedin picked up a hat trick and Henrik Sedin had a 5 point night, all told the Sedin’s collected 9 points in 3 periods against the Hawks.

Of course leading up to the game, we all talked about how this is no longer a rivalry game especially without the likes of Dave Bolland‘s on the rosters, but after that 3rd period beat down it sure felt like a rivalry once again, so it will be interesting how strong the Chicago Blackhawks memory is when the Canucks come marching into town tonight. Will we see a big revenge game as Patrick Kane tries to break the longest consecutive streak by an active player tonight, or will it just be business as usual at the United Center.

In a few hours we will find out.  Here are some morning links to kick off your Sunday game night!

It’s a milestone night for two Chicago Blackhawks, Niklas Hjalmarsson will be making his 500th appearance while Marian Hossa will be playing in his 1,200th game (Blackhawks)

In a move that needed to happen because Joel Quenneville kept playing three Andrew Shaw‘s in the lineup, Marko Dano was moved back to Rockford Friday (Committed Indians)

Here’s a Why the Chicago Blackhawks had to send down Dano to Rockford (CBS Chicago)

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