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Blackhawks Daily: Winter Classic Tickets on Sale; Blues Up the Ante

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It’s the Chicago Blackhawks and the St. Louis Blues news on a beautiful June morning. Not only are Winter Classic tickets now on sale, but the Blues are trying to up the ante in a Central Division that could be a gauntlet in years to come.

The Winter Classic tickets are now available, featuring a New Years’ Eve tilt between the Blues and Blackhawks instead of a New Years Day bash. While the Blackhawks have made it known they’re intending to improve more this coming offseason, the Blues are also making moves of their own.

On Thursday, we learned a little bit about the future of Hockey Ops in the St. Louis Blues organization. They have extended Doug Armstrong as the President of Hockey Operations through the 2028-29 season. And that of course will directly impact the Chicago Blackhawks as they try to rise through an ever competitive Central Division.Ā  The Blues named Alexander Steen to be an assistant to the General Manager. He will take over as the GM of the team in 2026.

Steen spent 12 seasons with the Blues and won a Cup with them in 2019 while still playing for the team.

One other division rival, the now Utah Hockey Club, released their jersey designs and colors Thursday.

Blackhawks In Case You Missed It

Trade Chatter looks at the likes of Patrik Laine, Martin Necas, and Mitch Marner becoming Chicago Blackhawks

The latest Future Blackhawks series looks at Trevor Connelly

Adam JiricekĀ is the latest potential prospect that the Blackhawks could consider at #18

Who to pick at #18? How aboutĀ Michael Hage, who starred for the Chicago Steel and continues to rocket up the draft board?

The Chicago Blackhawks should consider someone likeĀ Berkly CattonĀ in the first roundā€“especially if he falls closer to #18.

Stanley Cup Final Coverage from Florida Hockey Now

The Florida Panthers have pushed the Edmonton Oilers to the brink, holding on for a 4-3 victory Thursday night. The Panthers can seal their first Stanley Cup in its organization’s history on Saturday.

Sasha Barkov looked just fine Thursday night, burying a goal and helping shut down Edmonton’s vaunted attack

The Florida Panthers and Edmonton Oilers sure have a wild plane ride to deal with in the Stanley Cup Final.

Sergei Bobrovsky is the odds-on favorite to be the Conn Smythe Trophy winner.

Hockey Now Network

Philly Hockey Now: Matvei Michkovā€™s friend could be drafted by theĀ Philadelphia FlyersĀ in the 2024 NHL Draft.

San Jose Hockey Now: The San Jose Sharks have officially hired Ryan Warsofsky

New Jersey Hockey Now: TheĀ New Jersey DevilsĀ have hired Jeremy Colliton as their assistant coach.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: TheĀ Pittsburgh PenguinsĀ are adding David Quinn to Mike Sullivanā€™s coaching staff.

Boston Hockey Now: TheĀ Boston BruinsĀ and TD Garden will co-host the Four Nations Faceoff with Montreal.

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