Arguably the Blackhawks biggest rival, the St Louis Blues have advanced to the Stanley Cup Final.
Author: Patrick Comiskey
Nagy surprised the team with something that he coined “Monday Funday.” Players and coaches were split into ten 11-man teams, where they competed in an Olympics of sorts.
The teams are halfway to the cup. Three will fail, one will hoist it. We only have three series of hockey left this season. So, let’s dive in and preview and predict the Western and Eastern Conference Finals.
You bring these guys in and make sure they know what is on the line. You put up or shut up. Can’t deal with the pressure? There’s the door. There’s seven other guys bidding for your job.
The manager of the Chicago White Sox? He doesn’t even know his own team’s record.
The Hawks defense is a huge problem. Only the dumpster fire that is the Ottawa Senators allowed more goals than the Blackhawks last season.
It appears the Sox may have their man in Tim Anderson, as he was named AL player of the month for March/April.
Perhaps Colliton and the Hawks have their eyes on some pending free agents from either Colorado or San Jose.
If you love beer like me, you’ll jump into bed with Pabst Blue Ribbon.
All four wild card teams pulled off the upset and will look to ride their respective Cinderella stories into the conference finals. Let’s dive into the second round match ups.