Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! You know the hockey season is getting closer by the day when the pictures of players painting the logo’s on the ice get online and social media
The Chicago Blackhawks players like Trevor van Riemsdyk painted the Chicago Blackhawks logo on Thursday which is one of the best signs that the Chicago Blackhawks season is about to begin. Good times for sure.
Usually you see Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane painting the logo, but this year they are playing in the World Cup of hockey which I still haven’t watched more than a period total of the tournament which makes a really bad blogger or just a tournament that has absolutely no meaning or a combination of both or none.
I’m ready for training camp to start today which will not include the stars of the Chicago Blackhawks will not be there, but the real battles we are waiting has to be to see which youngsters grab hold of the opportunity in front of them.
Will Tyler Motte or Vincent Hinostroza seize a golden opportunity, and will Gustav Forsling force his way on to the Chicago Blackhawks defensive corps.
There are tons of questions and starting today some of those question will start getting answered, and one thing you can always guarantee out of Joel Quenneville is that one unexpected player will make the roster for at least the first week.
The season is closing in on us, and it’s sure getting exciting once again!
Here are some Chicago Blackhawks morning links to start your Friday morning!
The Chicago Blackhawks lent a helping hand to painting the ice at the United Center (Blackhawks)
The World Cup of hockey semifinals are set, if you are still watching without Team USA or Team North America (Second City)
Patrick Kane and Team USA are eliminated so when will Kane join the rest of the Chicago Blackhawks at training camp? (CSN)
How Team North America wrongly thought they had advanced to the semi-finals (Deadspin)
What are the biggest surprises to happen at the World Cup of Hockey so far (Bleacher Report)
The New York Rangers coach expects to lessen Henrik Lundqvist’s workload this season (Pro Hockey Talk)
Evander Kane says arrests happen to famous people sometimes (Puck Daddy)