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"Chris boden. Hey, it's warm in here. We are back indoors after the thrill of the winter classic a couple of days ago at Notre Dame stadium, and what a spectacle, it was the Blackhawks though hope for another difference tonight getting back in the win column after the four two loss to the Bruins. But they still won five of seven as they faced one of the most improved teams in the league despite the loss of a superstar in the off season. But the got themselves one of the winningest coaches in H L history to steer them on the right track. John Wiedeman and Troy Murray are standing by to bring the call from Nassau Coliseum versus the islanders coming up at the bottom of the hour here on seven hundred twenty WGN. Good evening, everyone. Welcome to the Bob Ramadan. A group Chicago Blackhawks pre-game show. Visit the Bob Roman auto group at Roman dot com. I'm Chris Boden style. Right into tonight's Blackhawk story lines and between. In the winter classic a couple of days ago, and this date against the islanders here tonight. The all star selections were announced we previously knew the captains of each of the divisions and for the central division. It is Nathan MacKinnon of the Colorado Avalanche. But Patrick Kane is once again, an all star and Jeremy Carlson recently talked about how special it is to coach talent like that. I had no preconceived notions. But he's such competitor. He wants to win. He wants the team to do. Well, he puts a lot of pressure on himself to be the guy to help the team win. That's tough. That's a that's a big load to carry you compete. Sees wants to make a difference every night and when your team, and you got a guy with that on a skill with that mentality. It's pretty fun at Patrick Kane leading the Blackhawks twenty two goals twenty eight assists for fifty points. Even though his seven game point streak was snapped the other day at Notre Dame stadium against the Bruins. He still has thirteen points over his last eight games and twenty five points over his last nineteen that is only part of the story for all. He brings to the. Table. And let's welcome in Troy Murray from Nassau Coliseum back in familiar territory, rather than that Barclays center in Brooklyn and Troy, very deserving outer for Patrick Kane. This is a no brainer. And even through this team struggles at fifteen twenty one in six thirty six points unfamiliar territory for him. He has still been Estar this."