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Chicago Blackhawks: 3 Takeaways following game against the Blues

Chicago Blackhawks, Jonathan Toews, Adam Boqvist, Malcolm Subban (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images)
Chicago Blackhawks, Jonathan Toews, Adam Boqvist, Malcolm Subban (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images) /
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Chicago Blackhawks, Patrick Kane
Chicago Blackhawks, Patrick Kane (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images) /

The biggest thing I really have to say following watching this game is it’s so exciting to see hockey again. Everyone looked excited to be out there, and even the announcers were just enjoying being able to talk about hockey.

We have had a great last few months as we recap where this team is at and where they are going to be in the next few years. It has been so much fun talking about the top Blackhawks of the past and looking at prospects the team should bring in. But nothing compares to live hockey to talk about, and here we are!

Watching Patrick Kane skate around the ice was great, his assist on Dylan Strome‘s goal was superb, and I am sure we are going to be seeing more of him against the Oilers. This game was fun to watch, but it was not perfect.

The Blackhawks are going to have to stay out of the box if they are going to stand any chance against the Oilers. Our opponent can score at any moment on the power play, and giving up a penalty might almost be a guaranteed goal. We will chalk tonight’s four penalties off as they were rusty, but we can not be seeing more of those!

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We will be back with more action the next few days, get ready as hockey is back!

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