Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Seven Years ago today, the Chicago Blackhawks ended their 49 year drought by winning the 2010 Stanley Cup!
Happy Anniversary Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Blackhawks fans! Today marks a great day in Chicago Blackhawks history when Patrick Kane scored this goal that nobody but him and maybe Patrick Sharp saw go in, enjoy the final minute and a half, the Kane goal, the chaos, and the handshakes.
This was a very exciting high octane high scoring series which ended with one of the most bizarre endings to a Stanley Cup Final in overtime.
This was a franchise changing goal that is for sure which there have been a few of those moments in the past few years as the Hawks marched to 3 Stanley Cup Championships. The thing about the 2010 team is that everything was so new, and the team was so young.
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The core were all just starting in only their third year together, and just like that the drought was gone and the partying was ready to start. Here is how Blackhawk Up reported the Cup winner 7 years ago today.
The 2017 Stanley Cup could be won in one more game, but today let’s remember that great 2010 team!
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Here are some morning links to start your Friday morning.
The Chicago Blackhawks preseason schedule was announced yesterday (Blackhawks)
How does Jan Rutta fit into the Chicago Blackhawks plans (Second City)
Chicago Blackhawks prospect retires at 22 years old (Committed Indians)
How a Stanley Cup could change each stars legacy (Bleacher Report)
Why new Stadiums just aren’t the old barns we grew up watching games in (Bleedin Blue)
Why Ovi won’t be going to Las Vegas (Puck Prose)
Entering Game #5, there is still no clear favorite for the Conn Smythe (Pro Hockey Talk)