Chicago Blackhawks’ Hockey Is Back, In Multiple Forms

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Did you know that you can watch someone Chicago Blackhawks Jersey hockey every night for the rest of the week?

That’s right, my friends. This week we are in for a treat. The series of championship hockey World Cup starts tonight and continues Thursday and Saturday (the last if necessary). Team Europe and Team Canada have reached the final stage.

Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa suit for Europe, and Jonathan Toews and Corey Crawford is the Hawks who will represent Canada.

In addition, the training camp Chicago Blackhawks is booming. Their first preseason contest is Wednesday against the Pittsburgh Penguins. They also have games Friday, Saturday and Sunday. So for the next six nights, there will be the Chicago Blackhawks to watch somehow, shape or form!

There are a lot of interesting scenarios to watch this week unfolds. Let’s start with the World Cup.

Does Team Europe has what it takes to overcome Team Canada? It’s hard to say. I personally thought Sweden had a better chance. But they were defeated 3-2 in overtime by the Europe team.

This means Niklas Hjalmarsson and Marcus Kruger are free to return to the training camp for the Hawks. It was reported that they (and Artemi Panarin Jersey Artem Anisimov and Team Russia) will join their teammates Friday.

As I watched the match Europe / Sweden on Sunday, it is disheartening to see that the stands were barely half full at Toronto. Even my Twitter feed had only snatches here and there on the game. Everyone seemed to be more interested in football games. It was a little sad, like Sweden and Europe both played a heck of a competitive play. It was fun to watch.


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