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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Final Exams

By Keith Schultz
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Good Morning Chicago Blackhawks Fans! 

The Conference Finals have begun, and in the first period of action the Tampa Bay Lightning lost their starting goalie which is incredibly bad luck, and with that the Finals have begun without the Chicago Blackhawks taking part since 2012.

I’ve watched about 5 minutes of playoff hockey since that final horn sounded in St. Louis a couple weeks back, and although I will flip it on for a moment to see Ben Bishop on the ice on a stretcher, my investment into the playoffs is no where near what it would be if I had a rooting interest in any of the games.

I wanted to watch the Game 7’s, but when it was really time to watch a Game #7 in the third period, both games were total blowouts unlike the Chicago Blackhawks Game #7 which wasn’t decided until a Brent Seabrook shot hit both posts and didn’t go in.

So I’m not sure how bad a fan of the NHL that I am since I can’t watch any games, but I know it’s not just hockey because when the Cubs were swept I didn’t watch any of last years World Series either.

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