Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- So Much For The Q Word
By Keith Schultz
Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks did something yesterday afternoon that they haven’t done much of this year which is come from behind to win a game.
The game yesterday afternoon against the LA Kings started like so many of them have lately. Score first, and then head into the first intermission with a 1-0 lead, and then give up a bunch of goals in the 2nd period.
The script (Not a Hollywood one) changed yesterday though. Instead of the Hawks quitting and losing once again, they scored 4 goals in the third period to skate away with a 5-3 win.
Yesterday in morning links I was venting about how this is the first Chicago Blackhawks team to have ever quit on us in a decade. I doubt they read my post, but it sure was nice to see the old Chicago Blackhawks show up and not quit for a change, even if it is too little too late for them this year.
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Of course, the nuclear line of Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane did put points on the board. They had both had three point games, and they both scored which means this stat grows bigger and bigger each time it happens.
The Hawks ended their 7 game road losing streak in the process yesterday, but if we are to have hope for next season, the team not quitting late in third gives me the best hope yet for the 2018-2019 season.
Here are some links to start your Sunday morning,
What did Joel Quenneville have to say about the Chicago Blackhawks third period comeback victory (Blackhawks)
The Blackhawks score 4 goals in 10 minutes in a shocking win (Sun-Times)
Taking a quick look at Victor Ejdsell, the prospect in the Ryan Hartman trade (The Rink)
Power Outage during the Stadium Series game wasn’t very bright (Bleacher Report)
Nick Bonino is finally trending up for the Predators this season (Predlines)
The Minnesota Wild got pounded by the Colorado Avalanche (Hockey Wilderness)
If there is anything good to come out of a loss (Blackout Dallas)
Here are the sights and sounds of the Stadium Series game last night (Pro Hockey Talk)
Next: Planning Ahead for Next Season
Alex Ovechkin becomes only the 6th player ever to have 9 40 goal seasons (Puck Daddy)