The Chicago Blackhawks are looking to return to championship form. The team begins its season Wednesday night at home against the St. Louis Blues Jersey.
The team will hold its usual red carpet event Wednesday afternoon, where players are introduced outside the United Center.
Despite the overcast skies that harked back to a disappointing end of last season, the 2016-17 Cheap Blackhawks Jersey walked down the red carpet with the confidence of champions.
At least six new players will be on the list, and all but one are rookies. Tripping the dreams of young people who take the ice in Vernon Hills, where hockey Impact Academy turns out that the stars of tomorrow.
“There are a lot of children in Illinois at this time playing Division I hockey and there are a number of playing in Europe, so I think every year we get more and more,” said coach Ken Johnson.
“I’m more focused on the Cubs, as it is in the playoffs and I’m not focusing on hockey, because I really love it. Therefore, I’ll be watching the Cubs more because they are in the playoffs,” Evan said young player Simos hockey.
“I’m just trying to stay focused, make sure you eat healthy, train well, and just go out and play,” said Ethan O’Gradney, another young player.
They are focused and believe that the success of the Cubs only adds to the excitement of a new dawn season. Like any good coach, the focus preach here.
“It’s hard to get that focus a few days just in general, then add all with the Cubs, because it’s been 108 years. That is, it can be very difficult. Other days is very easy,” said coach Chris Hassler.
The feeling is not lost on a young player – he got less than two years ago from Ukraine – who understands success breeds success.
“I think it’s good if someone likes baseball and if baseball is more popular than hockey, then fine!” Nazar said Kushner.
Therefore, look for the Cubs to become a championship team, maybe they could learn something from the Blackhawks Throwback championship. After all, the team is favored 6: 1 to win the Stanley Cup again this year.