Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Hello September

DENVER, CO - APRIL 04: Jonathan Toews
DENVER, CO - APRIL 04: Jonathan Toews /

Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The calendar finally turns to September as the longest summer ever gets to a month that we will finally get to see some action on the ice. 

September means that summer is coming to an end in the middle of the month which means leaves will start to change, there will be a chill in the air and some hockey to watch on the ice with only one more calendar turn until the season finally gets ready to begin.

As stated earlier this week the Chicago Blackhawks rookie tournament roster which was released will begin a week from today which is really exciting.  The Hawks have some exciting prospects that will be playing including Alexandre Fortin and Alex DeBrincat.   The other prospect I will be watching is Anthony Louis.  No matter who you are looking forward to seeing it will be hockey on the ice.

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Of course, the best part of the month of September will be that training camp will begin this month including some preseason games with October 5th being the first game of the regular season.

The best part of the calendar change is that the light at the end of the tunnel has finally been spotted!

Here are some morning to start your Friday morning! 

Behind the seasons at the Chicago Blackhawks 2017 draft (Blackhawks)

The Chicago Blackhawks are returning to the University of Notre Dame for training camp (WNDU)

Chicago Blackhawks prospect Roy Radke is heading to Finland to play this season (Committed Indians)

Don’t bet on the Chicago Blackhawks to miss the playoffs this year (FanRag)

A quick look at Lance Bouma and what’s in between the lines (Hockey Buzz)

Listen to a talk about projected lines and Ed Olczyk (CSN)

NHL & NHLPA raised 200K for Hurricane Harvey relief (Pro Hockey Talk)

You can’t blame the roster if the Preds don’t make another deep Stanley Cup run (Predlines)

3 Keys to success for the Colorado Avalanche (Puck Prose)

Next: Looking Ahead at the Blackhawks Forward Groups

Shane Doan says goodbye to the NHL (Sporting News)