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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Great Scott

By Keith Schultz
Jan 31, 2016; Nashville, TN, USA; Atlantic Division forward John Scott (28) of the Montreal Canadiens drops the gloves with Central Division forward Patrick Kane (88) of the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2016 NHL All Star Game at Bridgestone Arena. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Jan 31, 2016; Nashville, TN, USA; Atlantic Division forward John Scott (28) of the Montreal Canadiens drops the gloves with Central Division forward Patrick Kane (88) of the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2016 NHL All Star Game at Bridgestone Arena. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports /
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Well if you missed all of the NHL All-Star weekend you missed the John Scott weekend extravaganza. For someone who knew he got voted in because of things like Reddit and Puck Daddy, John Scott really enjoyed himself during All-Star Weekend.

It all began with the All-Star Skills competition introduction when

Patrick Kane

got the biggest boos and Scott received the biggest applause.

Of course it didn’t just end there, Scott ended up scoring two goals during the 3 on 3 competition and the NHL after really making Scott try to look foolish before settling on Scott making the team made everything right by naming Scott the All-Star Game MVP.

Now that this weekend is finally over, we are now heading back to real hockey world and mainly the Chicago Blackhawks who will be back on the ice on Tuesday night when they Colorado Avalanche in Denver.  The Hawks will be looking to maintain their first place lead while the Avs will be looking to solidify a playoff spot.  Looking back we see a Great Scott for one shining moment, but looking forward we see the Stanley Cup playoffs down the line.  Here are some morning links to kick off your work week.

Watch the All Access pass of Patrick Kane going down the red carpet at the NHL All-Star Festivities from Nashville Tennessee (Blackhawks)

Patrick Kane and Johns Scott didn’t plan their fight at the NHL All-Star Game 3 on 3 competition (Second City)

Here is the video of the Scott/Kane fight at the All-Star game (CSN)

The John Scott led Pacific Division ended up winning the All-Star Game competition (Madhouse Enforcer)

A quick look at the Calder Trophy candidates including Chicago Blackhawks Artemi Panarin (Committed Indians)

More from Blackhawks News

How the Chicago Blackhawks got fooled into the Bryan Bickell contract after his sensational 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs (Bleacher Report)

Every NHL  Decade’s Greatest Team for a 3 on 3 tournament (Bleacher Report)

Why John Scott made us fall in love with the All-Star Game after being tired of it years ago (On the Forecheck)

Which players on the Colorado Avalanche are tradeable with the trade deadline closing in (Mile High Sticking)

More from Blackhawk Up

Five thoughts about the Minnesota Wild at the All-Star Break (Gone Puck Wild)

Fellow All-Stars gave a lot of praise towards Patrice Bergeron during the festivities (Causeway Crowd)

The best part of the All-Star weekend had to be when Scott made fun of Jeremy Roenick (Puck Daddy)

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