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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Saving The Day

By Keith Schultz

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Well guess who saved the day once again, yep none other than #88 stepped up in the waning seconds of the game yesterday to tie up the game.  It was an odd 6 on 3 but in the end it worked out when Artemi Panarin found Kane at just the right time as if it was scripted by Hollywood.

Of course, Kane wasn’t done, because he only put on his normal sick move to score in the shootout to secure the 2nd point for the Chicago Blackhawks. If you missed the shootout move here it is.

"After tying the game with 34 seconds left, @88PKane scores in the shootout to win it. #CHIvsBUF— NHL (@NHL) December 19, 2015"

The Chicago Blackhawks are back at it tonight at the United Center when the San Jose Sharks make a visit.  It will be interesting when the season is over if the comeback in Buffalo will be a springboard to a bunch of wins or will they comeback tonight and play a stinker like they were for most of the first 59 minutes against the Sabres.

Another game and another 2 points up for grabs tonight, will Kane have to save the day again? In the meantime here are some morning links to kick off your Sunday morning.

The Chicago Blackhawks were forced to work overtime but it paid off for them in the end during their trip to Buffalo (Blackhawks)

What NHL memorabilia do the Chicago Blackhawks players collect through the years (Tribune)

Patrick Kane made NHL history when he scored in the final minute of the Blackhawks win in Buffalo (CSN)

It was a strange Buffalo homecoming for Patrick Kane after all of the events that have taken place since this past summer (Tribune)

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