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What We Learned From The Chicago Blackhawks Fall To Vegas

Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images)
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Chicago Blackhawks
Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images) /

The Chicago Blackhawks were knocked out of the Stanley Cup playoffs by the Vegas Golden Knights over two weeks ago, and I believe there are a few things we still need to talk about when it comes to this team’s future.

The Blackhawks might have beat the Edmonton Oilers in the qualifiers, but they fell short in the first round. The Blackhawks showed their flaws when they lost to Vegas. They did not just lose in five games; they honestly got thrown around throughout most of the series.

I know we did win a game against the Golden Knights, but the ‘Hawks only won because of a stellar performance by Corey Crawford. We hardly ever had a lead in this series, and I think many people counted the Blackhawks the after game one.

Chicago has a lot of time this offseason, and with that time comes opportunity. Think about the different ways this team can look next season. Chicago can improve soo much just by making a few adaptations to their roster.

To go out and make some changes, let’s distinguish the flaws, we learned from round one of the Stanley Cup playoffs against the Vegas Golden Knights.

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