Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Labor Away
By Keith Schultz
Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Happy Labor Day to those of you that get a three day weekend!
I’ve worked in Grocery retail for 22 years so, I have no idea what TGIF means, and I really don’t know what a 3 day weekend is like when it comes to Labor Day. I’ve had to Labor for 22 straight years on Labor Day, and today is no different. So to those of us having to work on Labor Day, here’s to you, and to those of you not working today, enjoy it!
Labor day of course is the last major summer holiday, and back growing up it meant ladies had to change their wardrobes and stop wearing white. It’s also the last Monday morning you get to sleep in instead of walking the kids down to the bus stop.
Labor day also signals the last holiday before hockey hits the ice. The Chicago Blackhawks rookies will be heading to Traverse City to play in their tourney this week which is pretty exciting and we are now less than 2 weeks away from the Blackhawks training camp and training camp festival from taking place.
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Summer is a fun time of BBQ, swimming, and sun but it also means that there is only baseball and golf to watch. I don’t even like college football that much but found myself flipping channels Saturday just to watch something different.
Labor day is here which means hockey is soon to follow which is a reason to celebrate! Here are some morning links to start your last summer holiday!
The more you look at the new jersey, the more the collar is a real problem with them (Blackhawks)
Here is a prospect tourney review for this coming weekend (Hockey Buzz)
Artemi Panarin is out to prove himself with Patrick Kane on his side (Tribune)
Matt Duchene deserves better than this from the Colorado Avalanche (Yahoo)
Now is the time for Jason Spezza to shine in Dallas (Blackout Dallas)
What did NHL players do on their summer vacation (Espn)
Will the Predators miss James Neal this season (Predlines)
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