First off, what was the big deal about it, and after sitting through 2 minutes of dusk, I’m not sure why people spent years planning this vacation. Ok, it was cool for a minutes but it wasn’t vacation worthy.
Second off, the traffic yesterday was very eerie. Everyone that came to work right before the eclipse said that it was very strange with nobody on the roads and it going from sunny to dark during their trip into work.
Lastly, if the traffic pattern was the same everyday at 5pm going home.. I’m all for an eclipse every day because that was the best ride home I’ve had in a long time.
Anyways, we are 44 days away from the Chicago Blackhawks taking on the Pittsburgh Penguins, and I can’t wait for some real hockey to talk about.
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The thing about Sharpie heading into this coming season is thinking that he’s healthy after surgery. If he still has that fire and his healthy can the Chicago Blackhawks expect 20 goals from him this coming season? I sure hope so, and will he play with Patrick Kane, and will Kane be able to carry over his high volume scoring that he’s had with Artemi Panarin.
I can’t wait for hockey to start!
Here are some morning links to kick off your Tuesday.
Jonathan Toews was ranked outside of the top 10 centers by NHL Network (Committed Indians)
Looking ahead to the Chicago Blackhawks opening night (CSN)
Sure seems like the Nashville Predators are getting too big for their you know what (Madhouse Enforcer)
Evgeni Malkin calls Sidney Crosby a workaholic and tells us his thoughts on a 3 peat (Pro hockey talk)
Is it time for the Star GM to trust his AHL players (sounds familiar) (Defending Big D)
10 questions for the St Louis Blues this season (Post-Dispatch)
Dallas Stars X-Factors (Puck Prose)