Good Morning Chicago Blackhawks Fans!
The Chicago Blackhawks aren’t in the Stanley Cup playoffs anymore as we all know after they were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by the St. Louis Blues. So, if you have continued to watch the playoffs unlike myself you know that the two Western Conference playoff series are going the distance with both teams that were trailing 3-2 in their series last night picking up big wins.
The Dallas Stars marched into St. Louis and put up three quick goals and then held on for dear life the rest of the way to even up their series and force a Game #7 in Dallas Wednesday night. The Stars looked to be a dead man walking, but these are the Blues who still struggle to win when they are supposed to win.
The Nashville Predators won another home game in overtime which has been there pattern throughout this series, so after getting totally dominated in the first two games of the Western Conference Semi-Finals, the Preds force a Game #7 on Thursday night.
None of this really matters much to me except the fact that hopefully Dallas can knock out the Blues from the playoffs since the Chicago Blackhawks are on the golf course right now.
Here are some Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links To Jump Start Your Tuesday Morning!
It really was a no-brainer on who the Chicago Blackhawks fan would choose as best forward this year in the Chicago Blackhawks Fans Choice Awards (Blackhawks)
The Chicago Blackhawks are reportedly close to signing a Swedish Goalie and adding them to their thin ranks at that position (Committed Indians)
The question that is asked a lot these days after there were so few 10 years ago, Why are you a Chicago Blackhawks fan? (Second City)
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The Dallas Stars score early and then hold on to force a Game #7 in their series (Blackout Dallas)
Both the Washington Capitals and St. Louis Blues are reaping the benefits of their blockbuster trade made last summer (Stars and Sticks)
How will Guy Boucher’s voice be heard in the Ottawa Senators Locker room (TSN)
St. Louis Blues Coach Ken Hitchcock says he will sleep on Game #7 goalie decision (Puck Daddy)