Connect with us

CHN Daily

Blackhawks Daily: When the Past and the Future Collide

Published

on

It’s a couple of pretty significant memories for the Chicago Blackhawks today. The first?

That moment that led to the franchise’s fifth Stanley Cup was made possible by this one:

One can’t go without the other which introduces a week where the Stanley Cup Final ends on Monday and a new hope is ushered in for every team on Friday. The Blackhawks who last made a Cup Final in 2015, now stand to get their next big piece to return to the “golden” years that was the 2015-2015 stretch that came with three Stanley Cups.

This week will be devoted to who should be taken at #2 and then dissected over and over until free agency is ushered in. More importantly, being linked to every name under the sun in trades sure feels like Chicago is bound to pounce.

In what has been a lackluster baseball season in the city, the Blackhawks have a chance to really kick off the official summer by hitting a few home runs of their own.

Blackhawks In Case You Missed It

Now Martin Necas is available in a hockey trade? The Blackhawks might need to be creative but still can figure a way to snag him.

True to his name, Jett Luchanko  flies on the ice and could be a potential target for the Blackhawks. But will it be at #18–or maybe the second round?

How do previous drafts demystify things at #2 for the Blackhawks? A long look here.

Stanley Cup Final Coverage From Florida Hockey Now

The end is nigh–and the Florida Panthers hope to be skating around Sunrise tonight with the Stanley Cup

The noise is there, but the Florida Panthers are doing its best to ignore it as a colossal collapse is on the horizon

The Edmonton Oilers believed they could make it to a Game Seven after going down 3-0. Here’s a look at how it got there

Paul Maurice and the Florida Panthers are ready for Game Seven in what could be a game for the ages.

Hockey Now Network

Boston Hockey Now:  It’s not just the Blackhawks who are in a must-win situation  this offseason. Add the Boston Bruins to that list

Montreal Hockey Now: Trade rumors continue to fly and the Montreal Canadiens are just as active in those rumors as the Hawks. One name in particular keeps popping up.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: In the theme of big weeks, the Pittsburgh Penguins have an awfully big one as their future certainly is ticking with how they draft and who they bring in from the outside.

Discover more from Chicago Hockey Now

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading