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Blackhawks Daily: Penguins Lose In Stunning Fashion; Hawks Rocked

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When the Chicago Blackhawks stunned the Pittsburgh Penguins to open the season, it was excused as the battle tested Pens getting used to a new season with the likes of Erik Karlsson. But it’s been up and down for the Penguins, and maybe there’s some bigger issues that not even acquiring Karlsson could help.

While the Penguins were being stunned on the other side of the country, the Blackhawks were going through one of the many growing pains of a rebuild. The Arizona Coyotes rocked the Blackhawks with eight unanswered goals, and now have four days to regroup before back to back home games with Florida and New Jersey.

So much for things getting easier.

Blackhawks In Case You Missed It

  • The Blackhawks score the first goal but give up eight after in a drubbing to Arizona
  • Blackhawks AM Analysis reminds that it’s still very much a rebuild and games like this will happen
  • Look at those OHL prospects picked by Chicago. A good week in the “O” for Gavin Hayes, Martin Misiak and more
  • A lot of great, early returns for the very calm Drew Commesso

Western Conference Wrap

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Nashville Hockey Now: Cody Glass will some more time, forcing the Nashville Predators to make some corresponding moves to make up for his absence

San Jose Hockey Now: Hoo boy. Going back to expansion, is this the worst San Jose Sharks team….ever?

Vegas Hockey Now: Remember when the Vegas Golden Knights had their trade involving Evgenii Dadonov voided? Yeah….looks like there might have been some shenanigans there.

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Boston Hockey Now: With the tragedy involving Adam Johnson, Boston Bruins GM Cam Neely believes it’s time to take a hard look at neck guards

Detroit Hockey Now: Sebastian Cossa is the Detroit Red Wings top goaltending prospect in the organization. It’s why he’s being tutored by a former NHL’er to learn the ropes as he makes his way to the Motor City

Montreal Hockey Now: The Montreal Canadiens take Vegas to its limit

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