Chicago Blackhawks: An Inspired Win Hopes to Ignite A Lackluster Season

November 16th, 2010 by Kyle Wahlgren Leave a reply »
As Viktor Stalberg redirected a Duncan Keith rip from the top of the circle the fans said goodbye to the men in red, in hopes that the recent home-woes aren’t nearly as dreadful on the road.  Nearing the quarter-mark of the season the Chicago Blackhawks have established everything but conference dominance.

After Sunday’s victory over the streaking Anaheim Ducks, the Blackhawks finally were able to take a sigh of relief in ending a four-game home losing streak.  If there were an important game in this young season it was this one.  The Blackhawks will now hit the road for a six-game trip that could very much make or break an already unnerving season.

In the next two weeks the Blackhawks will face perhaps the best of the best in the Western Conference.  With Vancouver, Los Angeles and San Jose on the schedule, one really must look no further.  A rematch with Anaheim and another game against the Hawk-killing Edmonton Oilers will ice the trip.

At 9-9-2, the Blackhawks face a gut-wrenching task of trying just to keep their heads above water against the elites.  In search of some sort of leadership, ...

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