Chicago Blackhawks: Five Reasons They Still Shine

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Chicago Blackhawks: Five Reasons They Still Shine

At times during the 2009-10 season the Chicago Blackhawks seemed to be leaps and bounds ahead of their competition. The ability to play with four strong lines enabled for ample opportunities and much easier damage control should a couple players be "off-their-game."

After the merry-go-round of what may be one of the most chaotic offseasons, the ride has nearly come to a stop.  Exiting will be perhaps a team that is younger than last year.

Aside from Marty Turco, 34, the next oldest players are Marian Hossa and Brian Campbell at 31. From that point there currently isn't another player on the roster older than 28. In fact of the 19 players on the roster, the average age is 25.8 years old.

Critics and pessimists have come out of hiding to rub the future of the recent champions in dirt. 

If any one needs reasons to still believe in the Blackhawks then look no further...

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