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WATCH: Blackhawks post video to close out the 2020 NHL season

Alex Debrincat #12, Chicago Blackhawks (Getty Images)
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The Chicago Blackhawks post a final goodbye to the fans after a heartbreaking Game 5 loss, which saw an end to an amazing season.

As all fans know by now, the Chicago Blackhawks were eliminated in Game 5 of the WCQF against the Vegas Golden Knights. The 5-game series showed that the future is bright for the Blackhawks, but there is still work to be done before this team lifts another Stanley Cup.

The season recap for the Blackhawks is exciting and touching, it’s something that has made me very excited for the 2021 NHL season. The only good thing about this playoff year is how the season will be back before fans know it.

We will see hockey at the United Center in December, hopefully with the wonderful Blackhawks fans.

Blackhawks Season Recap:

Along with the season recap, Kirby Dach and Calvin de Haan posted their own tweets, thanking fans for the season, along with de Haan saying how bright the future is.

Every Goal From The 2020 Playoffs:

I expect to see more players send tweets out during the upcoming days, but so far, just two have.

The excitement for the 2020-21 season is there, we just have to see who is back, along with who the team signs in free agency. They won’t have much Salary Cap to work with, but any improvement will help.

Another year with this young group together also will help, with Adam Boqvist and Kirby Dach getting better with time. Also, Ian Mitchell will hopefully bring some life to the team’s back-end, as there is still some work that needs to be done on defense.

There are some solid prospects in Rockford and Indy for the ‘Hawks. Them panning out is the difference. If these young players can step up during the next few years, this team will turn into a powerhouse again.

Like I said before the playoffs, Chicago isn’t elite yet, but they’ll cause some trouble for teams. I still believe that today!

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