Tag Archives: NHL

Your Sports “What If”

The question came up on AM 1000 (ESPN Radio) here in Chicago about Derrick Rose; specifically, what do you think about him/would you want him back? My first reaction was ‘hell no’. Then I started thinking about all the moves … Continue reading

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All Time favorite player: “each sport”

This tweet came across my feed, and I thought it was a neat thing to discuss. Why not make it a blog post, ’cause you know I like to talk sports? So here we go! All Time favorite player each … Continue reading

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Blackhawks sputtering on the edge of ‘oblivion’

Okay. That may be a tad mellow-dramatic. Last night’s game was a tough watch. The Hawks got out to a 1-0 lead only to see the Islanders score the next 4 goals. I’m not sure why coach Quenneville stuck with … Continue reading

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Hawks, Glass half full with win over Oilers

Last night the Chicago Blackhawks called upon 32-year old rookie, Jeff Glass to get his first NHL start. Glass had been in their system since earlier in the year when they needed a goalie to leave unprotected for the expansion … Continue reading

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Blackhawks on solid run behind Toews, Panik, and Schmaltz

I wanted to wait and see how they would respond to the 5-day ‘bye week’. As trending, the Blackhawks lost their first game after the mandatory 5 day break. They won the next three, but they are now 7-1 in … Continue reading

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Shaw trade leaves huge gap in Hawks “attitude”

Had he played in the 80s, or even the early to mid 90s, Adrew Shaw would have been a straight up enforcer. Hard to imagine at his size. Shaw brought more than toughness, and physicality though. He was quite nifty … Continue reading

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No Mr. Bettman, you are ‘off the mark’

Last night during the broadcast of the St. Louis Blues, Chicago Blackhawks NHL playoff game, Hall of Fame announcer Pat Foley made a comment: “This is the third time in five games that a start time of 8:42 (p.m.) local … Continue reading

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