Tag: Jeremy Colliton

Where is Your Direction? Rocky Wirtz Speaks on Future of Stan Bowman

The Blackhawks are staring at a third consecutive year of missing the playoffs and seemingly have no direction.

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What to Watch for the Rest of This Blackhawks Season

From development to finding clarity to chasing honors, the home stretch of the 2019-20 campaign is where some of the groundwork for the Blackhawks’ future will be laid out.

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A Letter to Rocky Wirtz, Something Needs to Change…

Dear Mr. Wirtz,

Something needs to change…

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The End Times are Here for the 2019-20 Blackhawks

Today’s decision not to practice, the looming trade deadline, and the lack of life in the locker room indicate that the end times are here for the 2019-20 Chicago Blackhawks.

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The Case For Scratching Eric Gustafsson and Making a Few Minor Line Tweaks

If the Blackhawks are going to get themselves back into the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the little things matter. Little mistakes can’t continue happening.

Blackhawks: Hockey Hibernation 🔊

Listen to Episode 37 of the Four Feathers Podcast to get you through the last of this week-plus stretch without Blackhawks hockey.

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The Stanley Cup Playoffs are Becoming a Possibility for the Blackhawks

The Hawks have quietly won ten of their last fourteen games.

Saad Returns to Blackhawks Practice, Hagel Likely to Play Saturday

Brandon Saad and Brandon Hagel both joined the Blackhawks for practice in Toronto today.

Four Feathers: All-2010s Blackhawks Team

As fan voting for On Tap Sports Net’s All-2010s teams approaches, we’re reminded how truly blessed we were over the greater part of the past decade of Blackhawks hockey.

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If (When) the Bears Miss the Playoffs, All Five Chicago Teams Will Miss the Playoffs for the First Time Since 2004

There hasn’t been a calendar year where all five Chicago teams missed the playoffs since 2004. It’s been a nice 15-year run, but that streak is surely coming to an end as Chicago sports fans are swimming in misery.