Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- When It Happens It Happens


Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks faceoff against the Calgary Flames once again tonight, but there could be better news for the Blackhawks faithful coming soon.. 

Ok so the good news is the fact that Corey Crawford skated again yesterday which makes it three straight days for the Blackhawks #1 goalie.  When asked if he’s going to get back to game action soon the answer was When it happens it happens.

So that’s not the most encouraging words out there, but you have to think that Crawford would be back in the net within the next couple of weeks since he’s already skating now.

The real issue with the Chicago Blackhawks goalie situation right now is the fact that Anton Forsberg has played very well the past couple of weeks, yet Joel Quenneville is starting Jeff Glass for the 2nd straight game.  This is the thing that drives you nuts watching Joel Quenneville on the bench.  There never is any chemistry built between anyone because the pieces are always moving.

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If you want to know what chemistry is on a line look no further than the 2nd line the previous two seasons.  It was Artem Anisimov centering Patrick Kane and Artemi Panarin.  They knew where everyone was supposed to go and they scored a ton of goals, and the biggest thing is Q never broke them up.  Stop tinkering and stick with the lines for more than a period or two.

The Hawks need a win tonight, but they need Crawford back even more! Get well soon #50

Here are some morning links to start your day off! 

What did Joel Quenneville have to say looking forward to tonight’s game yesterday at practice (Blackhawks)

Brandon Saad’s next stop is the fourth line (Tribune)

Corey Crawford skating for the third straight day is a good thing (Sun-Times)

Why Anton Forsberg isn’t in the lineup is really a big Question (The Rink)

The question everyone is asking… When will Corey return (CSN)

Rick Nash is opening up to the idea of being traded (Hockey Rumors)

Look who is bouncing back in a big way in Dallas (Blackout Dallas)

Henrik Zetterberg says what we all think of the NHL officials (Mile High Sticking)

Should P.K. Subban be the leader in the clubhouse for the Norris trophy (Pro Hockey Talk)

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