Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The worst part of Christmas break besides saying goodbye to family has to be the dreaded words, Back To Work!
The Christmas break always seems to come and go so slowly at the beginning and then flies by at the end quicker than you think. The next thing you know it’s all over, and you are back to work.
The Chicago Blackhawks are unlike any of us, as they get back to work tonight against the Winnipeg Jets after getting a few days of rest over the Christmas break.
The Blackhawks sit on top of the Central Division and the Western Conference, but they haven’t been able to solve the Winnipeg Jets so far this season.
On the first game of the circus trip, the Chicago Blackhawks were shut out 4-0 in Winnipeg. I really thought they would come back with a vengence the next time they faced off but it was a 2-1 Jets win in the end.
So, will the third time be the charm for the Chicago Blackhawks against the Jets tonight or will this just be a broken record? The Hawks don’t always come out of the Christmas break flying so hopefully this will be a different team tonight with them picking up a victory against a Central division foe.
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Here are some Chicago Blackhawks morning links to kick off your game day!
There are still tickets available for tonight’s game (Blackhawks)
See what Jonathan Toews Happy Holidays Flashback looked like this weekend (Second City)
What are the Top 10 Chicago Blackhawks moments of 2016 (CSN)
The Chicago Blackhawks have plenty of questions for the future including what is going to happen with Artemi Panarin and Scott Darling (Sun-Times)
What are the burning questions for NHL fans as the calendar turns to 2017 (Bleacher Report)
Are the Minnesota Wild a dark horse contender for winning the Stanley Cup (Bleacher Report)
The Dallas Stars defense is finally starting to hit their stride (Blackout Dallas)
An early look ahead at some New Year’s resolutions for Boston Bruins fans (Causeway Crowd)
Who are the Top 10 most controversial people in the NHL in 2016 (Puck Daddy)