Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Happy Birthday America
By Keith Schultz
Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Hope you enjoy your day off of work unless you’re in retail like me! Anyways Happy Birthday America!
So, who’s going to go see fireworks tonight? Is there not a better tradition than cooking out and then seeing fireworks on the 4th of July?
Well if you are looking at the Chicago Blackhawks, there is tradition that is tough to swallow with our favorite team, and that’s watching fan favorites leaving the team due to the salary cap.
Or the way Stan Bowman talked about things after the first round embarrassing loss to the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup playoffs, the Hawks GM was making changes because he was upset how the team performed or underperformed as you will.
Who knows who will be on the roster when opening night kicks off in October, but one thing is for sure only Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, and Brent Seabrook will be able to say they were here from the start.
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The salary cap is a terrible thing in sports, it’s a shame that owners couldn’t control themselves ever.
Anyways, hope you have a fun and safe Independence day, and here are some morning links to start your day.
What does Tommy Wingels have to say about returning home to play in his hometown (Blackhawks)
Goalie Lars Johansson is leaving the franchise to go play in the KHL per reports (Second City)
The Central Division is extremely active in free agency so far (Committed Indians)
What do the experts think of the Chicago Blackhawks bringing back old favorites (CSN)
Which players are the best free agents available in the NHL after 4 days (Bleacher Report)
Jim Nill and the Dallas Stars are winning another offseason, but will it translate to their play on the ice this season (Pro Hockey Talk)
Losing Alexander Radulov leaves a major hole to fill for the Montreal Canadiens (Sportsnet)
The Dallas Stars have a solid offensive group now that they have signed Radulov (Blackout Dallas)
What have we learned from the NHL and terrible contracts for defenseman (Yahoo)
Are there any St. Louis Blues prospects ready for the big time (Bleedin Blue)
Why the New York Rangers and Dallas Stars are winning free agency (SI)