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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Twas!

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Since the Chicago Blackhawks are on their holiday break now and Joel Quenneville is hitting the slopes somewhere we might as well chat about something on Christmas Eve.  So let’s talk about the word Twas! This is the only day of the year that we use the word Twas and it’s only because it’s the first word of the Night Before Christmas poem.

We have all heard that poem our entire life and I bet if you hear the word Twas it’s either someone reciting or reading the poem or you instantly think of the poem.  Of course the only other reason to use the word is if your stuck playing Words With Friends.

So on this day before Christmas there isn’t much to discuss unless you want to flashback to Dallas Stars game and get upset about the Chicago Blackhawks effort in Big D, so since this is supposed to be an uplifting time let’s just go ahead and get to the is mornings links to kick off your Christmas Eve.

Watch and Listen to what Stan Bowman has to say about veteran presence after the Trevor Daley/ Rob Scuderi trade last week (Blackhawks)

Chicago Blackhawks prospect Nick Schmaltz makes Team USA’s World Junior Team (Second City)

As much as I didn’t like him as a player, I’ve really liked him in retirement and now Daniel Carcillo is helping a family in need for the Holidays (Committed Indians)

Everyone is pretty happy with the shape of the Chicago Blackhawks game heading into the Christmas break (CSN)

If you missed it this looks extremely painful as Rob Scuderi took a slap shot to the face on Tuesday night, but Coach Q is hopeful that he will be back in the lineup after the Christmas break (FOX Sports)

More from Blackhawks News

The Dallas Stars defense has improved, but will it be good enough to lead to a long playoff run come the spring (ESPN)

Pekka Rinne had his best performance in over a month for the Nashville Predators against the Montreal Canadiens (On The Forecheck)

The St. Louis Blues are back at it again as they are being regular season champs (Bleedin Blue)

With a Stadium Series game on the horizon will the Colorado Avalanche be wearing a new jersey (Mile High Sticking)

A Swiss team hits that magic number but this time a little better scoring three times in 17 seconds (Puck Daddy)

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