Chicago Blackhawks’ Confidence Relies On Quick Start To Season

September 30th, 2010 by Kyle Wahlgren Leave a reply »
After an extensive offseason, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking for that ray of light that was generated a couple seasons ago on their trek to Western Conference Finals.  While losing to their rivals, Detroit Red Wings, the Blackhawks found the playoff experience they needed for the past seasons march to a Stanley Cup Championship.

The biggest key to last year's success was the confidence and belief in each other.  The youngest team in the NHL bonded over the 2009 offseason and it showed from the very beginning.  Not only by proving the their age, but by proving roster roles and providing growth.

This season the Blackhawks are tasked with an even greater challenge, defend the Stanley Cup.  A Cup that many on the current roster aren't even on, including the starting goaltender.  With this many questions are asked and many concerns have been voiced.

First and foremost has been that of the Blackhawks depth.  The flood of player departures over the offseason have left many faithful fans to wonder and has seemingly added more fuel to opposition criticism.

In saying that, let it be known that the 2010 Blackhaw ...

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