Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- It’s A Festivus For The Rest Of Us
By Keith Schultz
Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Happy Festivus to all and here’s hoping that the Chicago Blackhawks win the Feats of Strength tonight against the New Jersey Devils.
I’m not sure why I like the Festivus episode of Seinfeld so much, but it’s one of my favorites that’s for sure. I guess it’s just so different than any other Christmas special a comedy show puts on that it still makes me laugh looking back at it.
I know, if you have read Blackhawk up for the past few years, every year on December 23rd my post has something to do with Festivus, but It’s still itches me where I itch as Kramer would say!
Anyways, I’m sure I would be more excited to talk about the Chicago Blackhawks if they hadn’t got their doors blown off on Thursday night. The frustrating thing about this team this year is that one goal can totally deflate them. In year’s past they would just go score three goals and make a comeback, but this team has not comeback fight in them as of December 23rd.
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They travel to New Jersey tonight before their Winter Break, hopefully they can muster some energy to at least give us a good game before they are off for practically a week.
This schedule writing is bizarre this season, but you have to win when they schedule them right!!
Here are some morning links to kick off your Happy Festivus!
Here’s a good Patrick Kane play that won the Good Hands Play of the week (Blackhawks)
Per reports, a Chicago Blackhawks prospect was released from his KHL team (Second City)
Richard Panik‘s disappearance is more troubling than Patrick Sharp not producing (Tribune)
Michal Kempny no longer has a language barrier between him and his teammates (Sun-Times)
The Best single game performances of 2017 (CSN)
The NHL is not ruling out a brief return to the Coliseum by the New York Islanders (Post)
Dallas Fans are hoping the Hawks and Stars run into each other in the playoffs (Blackout Dallas)
The impact on ESPN buying the FOX Midwest channel is unknown right now (Dispatch)
Watch P.K. Subban go undercover to spread holiday cheer (Puck Daddy)