Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- A Tough Start

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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! After waiting 6 months to see the Chicago Blackhawks Jersey back in action, Game # 1 it was completed as the last match ended in St. Louis with blue leaving the ice after beating the Blackhawks.

The St. Louis Blues dominated this game let’s be honest, and the end result was a worthy end of a game that saw the Blues play the game the way of the Chicago Blackhawks used to dominate possession and mark the disk timely goals.

He is having said that referees actually delivered to the Blues victory in the last minutes of the second period and early in the third when they struck two extended blues of 5 on 3 powerplays the Blues took advantage of moving from a deficit 2-1 for a 3-2 lead early in the third period.

The penalty that really was annoying was the initial penalty on Jonathan Toews was not a script or a trip, but a dive, but in the era of having to ensure that sanctions are even for both teams was called. The other sanctions during the power play never have been called either 5,10,15,20 years ago because the team was on the power play. I’m not saying they were not penalties, but they were not normally called and the game balance swung.

The Chicago Blackhawks did not look very balanced because the blue his best defensive and pairings line against Patrick Kane Jersey and Artemi Panarin still creates havoc piled up, but in the end the Hawks need 12 players make plays if they are to have a balanced record .
Motte Tyler liked what I was doing out there, it is expected that other young people will follow suit sooner rather than later.


Blackhawks’ Andrew Desjardins out 4-6 weeks, Alexandre Fortin assigned to QMJHL


Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys placed on injured reserve Andrew Desjardins and address of the pier Alexandre Fortin for his younger team and goalkeeper Ivan Nalimov his KHL team, the team announced Monday.

Desjardins, 30, was injured in Saturday’s 2-1 shot to prevent the preseason loss to St. Louis. Veteran winger, who has been with the third season in Chicago, captured the first four to six week period, a lower-body injury, coach Joel Quenneville.

Fortin went undrafted in July the opportunity to camp in Chicago called the signing of a three-year entry-level contract last month. The Hawks are considering giving 19-year-old trial NHL, but have decided to send him back to junior team, the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

Because of his age, Fortin can not play the Hawks’ AHL affiliate in Rockford so he can not play in Chicago until his junior season is over. If he plays fewer than 10 NHL, the Hawks did not lose his three-year contract with a gap year.

Nalimov, 22, stopped 13 of 16 shots in his lone appearance in the preseason Chicago. He directed to the back of his KHL team, Admiral Vladivostok, where he has published a 3.65 goals-against average and .864 save percentage in five games this season. In March, he signed a two-year contract extension with the club.

Hawks’ goaltending situation has now been set. Corey Crawford Jersey and Scott Darling are in Chicago, while Lars Johansson and Mac Carruth with the Rockford and Jake Hildebrand playing in ECHL Indy.

Chicago Blackhawks Training Camp: Latest Cuts, Hjalmarsson’s Ban

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The Chicago Blackhawks made their latest round of cuts in training camp, with some surprises

On Sunday evening, the Chicago Blackhawks dropped their third pre-season game in four attempts, falling on the road to Detroit 6-3. It was the worst defensive output far ‘Blackhawks preseason, as they had allowed only three goals in the three previous games combined.

Things can seem a little more normal in the last two preseason games for the team, with the first on Tuesday. The Red Wings will visit the United Center, and guys like Corey Crawford, Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa will be back with the team. We could see the coach Joel Quenneville rolling a fairly steady range going forward.

But as far as the alignment of training camp going, the Blackhawks have made some cuts in them this morning.

Forwards Luke Johnson, Tanner Kero and Martin Lundberg, defenders Erik Gustafsson, Robin Norell and Ville Pokka and goalkeeper Lars Johansson were sent to Rockford, while Chris DeSousa and Jake Dowell attackers were released from their contracts.

The Blackhawks also placed on waivers forwards Pierre-Cédric Labrie, Sam Carrick and Spencer Abbott, and defenders of Cameron Schilling and Viktor Svedberg.

This leaves the Blackhawks with 17 forwards, eight defensemen and three goaltenders coming October 12 opening of the season.