2. Show Some Leadership
Everyone likes to point to the fact the ‘Hawks have been here before, but that’s not entirely true. On their active roster, the Blackhawks currently have nine players (or almost a third of the team) that have not worn the Indian Head sweater before this year. As we all know, the Blackhawks’ core has largely remained intact, but as we also know, the core can’t do it alone.
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This is why the core ‘Hawks players, as well as their more experienced teammates, really need to step up and put the next game into perspective. In other words, help rein in the roster upstarts trying to outmuscle the Blues at their own game (Andrew Ladd, Artemi Panarin and Richard Panik, I’m looking in your direction), and bring them back to the focus on playing Blackhawks, championship-caliber hockey.
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