Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks scored 3 times in the third period last night to win 3-1 so I guess it was better late than never for the Chicago Blackhawks offense to wake up.
Yesterday, I personally was in Cincinnati with my Dad and brother for a little trip to watch the Chicago Bears play the Bengals. A little side note, the last 4 times I’ve watched the Bears play they have won pretty big so you know the McCaskey family should send me to all the games.
Anyways, on the way home last night I listened to the Blackhawks game on the radio which really brought me back to my youth except it wasn’t Dale Tallon with Pat Foley. John and Troy are great, but listening to the first two periods was a hard listen just because the action was dull at best.
After one of the powerplays Troy Murray is just laughing and John Wideman asks Troy whats so funny, and Troy responds that an NHL powerplay has to be better than the 2 minutes we just watched.
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Well, at least the third period was a much better listen as Tommy Wingels and his energy line gave the Hawks the energy to score three times in the third period.
Winning is fun and scoring goals makes the game that much better! So Happy Victory Monday and hopefully this is just the beginning of a lot more wins this month!
Here are some morning links to kick off your work week!
Crawford helps hold down the fort until the goals came on Sunday night (Tribune)
The Chicago Blackhawks are in a key stretch to their season right now (CSN)
Which teams are most likely to make a move before the Holiday roster freeze (Bleacher Report)
The Dallas Stars season is somehow still on track (Blackout Dallas)
All of the non-traditional hockey markets look like they are sticking around for now (Fan Rag)