Chicago Blackhawks: Seven Things To Remember for December

November 30th, 2010 by Jon Fromi Leave a reply »
After a shaky first twenty games, the Chicago Blackhawks appears to have started to find their groove.  Coming off a 4-2 swing out west, has them fourth in the league in their latest power rankings.

Now it's time to justify that ranking on the ice.

Starting Tuesday, the Hawks have ten out of their next thirteen games at United Center.  From now until the end of 2010, every opponent is a conference foe.  Five are divisional games.  All are of the utmost importance for a team looking to prove that they are better than their current record of 13-11-2.

Simply put, it's time to go on a run.

This is prime time to make up ground in the Western Conference, where our positioning is a bit misleading.  Yes, Chicago is fifth in points right now.  In reality, the Hawks are probably toward the bottom of the conference once everyone else equals our number of games played.

Treading water during this home-friendly December schedule is not acceptable.  The Blackhawks need nine or ten victories to climb back into conference contention.

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