All eyes are on Beijing 2022, Chicago Blackhawks fans!

ESPN Hockey reporter Emily Kaplan announced whether the league should go to Beijing in February 2022.

She tweeted:

“Sources I’ve talked to suggest an agreement between NHL, NHLPA, IIHF & Olympic committee is close, just down to some final terms.”

If the National Hockey League decides to go to the 2022 Olympics, who should represent the Chicago Blackhawks on the biggest stage in sports?

Captain Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane

With Team Canada and Team USA in Group A, all eyes will all be on the dynamic duo, also the most favorable and intense rivalry in sports.

With them on the ice, they will leave you hooked with all the magic they create in hockey.

Alex DeBrincat and Dylan Strome

The second dynamic duo will storm the Olympics and leave you in shock of what they can do on the ice; even though they would be on separate teams, these two guys can conjure goals and more goals.

Tyler Johnson

The two-time Stanley Cup Champion with the Tampa Bay Lightning was traded to Chicago this summer.

He can bring the need for speed and would be like flashes of lightning on the ice.

Kirby Dach, Dominik Kubalik, & Brandon Hagel

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If you add these guys to the Olympics, they could bring the Thunder to the ice. In Kirby’s circumstance, he’s starving for a breakthrough due to unfortunate injuries in previous seasons. He can add fire to the ice.

With Dominik Kubalik, he’s also another magician who can conjure up goals on the ice; also, with 30 goals his rookie season in 2019, he’s one to look out for. Brandon Hagel because he goes top shelf and can be a triple threat on the ice with all the tricks up his sleeve.

Defensemen Seth Jones and Connor Murphy

These two powerful forces would leave the opponent defenseless and score some slick goals that would leave you breathless.

Goaltender Marc-André Fleury

The goalie of steel because no goals can breeze by him and would shatter the opponent’s heart.

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