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Ross Colton scores 2 goals, Lightning beat Blackhawks 5-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Ross Colton scores 2 goals, Lightning beat Blackhawks 5-2

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 Lightning score 3 goals in 32 seconds, beat Blackhawks 6-3

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Lightning score 3 goals in 32 seconds, beat Blackhawks 6-3

"Scoring their goals in quick succession the lightning defeated the Blackhawks six to three trailing two to one Tampa Bay scored a pair of goals ninety one seconds apart in the second period and then scored three times in a thirty two second span in the third to put the game away Victor Hedman led the parade with a pair of goals he talks about the third period barrage the full quickly know that we'll start quick so no let's and credit to the guys for for stepping on the gas and then the panelists are paired him again to ban okay I'll certainly check had a goal and two assists as the lightning have now won seven of their last eight games Alex DeBrincat scored his thirty second goal but the Blackhawks have lost six of eight David

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Perron, Binnington help Blues pound Blackhawks 4-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Perron, Binnington help Blues pound Blackhawks 4-0

"The blues blank the Blackhawks for nothing is Jordan Pennington stopped thirty shots in his second shutout of the season the team played really strongly in the last two periods and you know anytime chances and it's always good to go to get a shuttle to and when for sure so I'll take it Jordan Cairo podle Butch Davis and David Perron scored well Saint Louis dominated the second period Cairo opened the scoring with his twenty first goal of the season Brayden Schenn had two assists for St Louis Brayden Schenn had two assists for Saint Louis Peron added a third period goal to seal the blues fourth straight win Marc Andre Fleury made thirty one stops for Chicago which lost for the fourth time in five games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

"The Panthers have completed a four in one road trip with a five two downing of the Blackhawks Alexander Barkov had a goal and two assists in Florida's third straight win and seventh in eight games Jonathan Huberdeau set up two goals to increase his league leading assist total to fifty three and extend his point streak to seven games Aaron Ekblad Brandon Montour mackenzie weaker and Anton Lundell also scored for the Eastern Conference leaders my tour was happy with the road trip yeah buildings you know three tough teams to you know it's tough coming up a break like that but I mean the guy's energy guys are excited to be back in yes good six points Patrick Kane had a goal and an assistantship goes third straight loss I'm Dave very

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Peterson's shootout goal leads Stars past Blackhawks 1-0

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Peterson's shootout goal leads Stars past Blackhawks 1-0

"The stars pulled out a one nothing victory over the black Cox's Jacob Peterson scored the deciding goal in the sixth round of a shootout I was just thinking about rocks how should issue it out then I knew that has worked before so I thought I was gonna try it again and it worked out it was the only successful shootout attempt after Chicago's Alex DeBrincat and Dallas is Jason Robertson scored in the first shoot out round J. cotton Jr made thirty four saves in his eighth career shutout and first this season Marc Andre Fleury made a handful of impressive saves among his twenty nine stops getting credit for his fourth shutout of the season and seventy first of his career the stars of one for the last five the Blackhawks have dropped two in a row on the ferry

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All-Star Talbot makes 30 saves, Wild beat Blackhawks 5-0

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

All-Star Talbot makes 30 saves, Wild beat Blackhawks 5-0

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Landeskog scores twice, Avs hang on for 9th straight win

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Landeskog scores twice, Avs hang on for 9th straight win

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Raymond helps Red Wings beat Penguins 3-2 in SO

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Raymond helps Red Wings beat Penguins 3-2 in SO

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U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience

"Me You've probably told this story probably 10,000 times But it is a really incredible harrowing story of what the Gary Gordon and Randy shughart and you went through in that really dreadful day in Mogadishu Can you just give us kind of the rundown of what you went through I mean it's really incredible story Sure I'd be happy to I was in doth in last week by the way and I'm surprised I didn't run across your uncle but if I go back down there I'll have to track him down And then all the folks there said the same thing They loved it there and it's where the flight school is for the army for Rutgers right close to there So very familiar with that area So back to your question It's been portrayed in the movie Blackhawk down the book by cart down I have my own New York Times Best Seller that I wrote that really fills in a lot of the gaps That down didn't cover But in essence this was a special ops mission all the usual suspects delta four SEAL Team 6 my unit the one 60th army rangers We're going in there to capture We were supposed to capture a list of 50 And these were terrorists They were actually connected to Al-Qaeda in 93 no one had even heard of Al-Qaeda but we found out after the fact that Al-Qaeda was involved So arguably it's the first time we sort of went head to head with Al-Qaeda Regardless we're performing these operations We've done 6 They've all gone really well Captured a little over half of the people that we were supposed to capture including the number two guy And the problem is that you're going to be adapts just like everything else in life You can't run the ball up the middle a hundred times The defense is going to do better on the 20th time So the fact that we had done the mission that number of times really reduced our probability of success and I think contributed greatly to the fact that the smallies were better prepared for us on October 3rd Day mission worst part of town all the bad guys are there Just the risk factors were

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Caleb Jones scores in OT as Blackhawks beat Capitals 5-4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Caleb Jones scores in OT as Blackhawks beat Capitals 5-4

"Caleb Caleb Jones Jones scored scored in in overtime overtime to to give give the the Blackhawks Blackhawks a a five five four four win win over over the the capitals capitals it it was was a a back back and and forth forth affair affair with with Alex Alex avenged avenged in in opening opening the the scoring scoring tying tying an an NHL NHL record record with with this this two two hundred hundred seventy seventy fourth fourth career career power power play play tally tally talks talks then then put put on on a a bird bird scoring scoring three three times times in in thirty thirty four four seconds seconds Washington Washington eventually eventually tied tied it it with with three three seconds seconds left left in in regulation regulation before before Jones Jones played played hero hero Alex Alex DeBrincat DeBrincat scored scored twice twice Patrick Patrick Kane Kane notched notched his his seven seven hundredth hundredth career career assist assist and and Andre Andre flurry flurry made made forty forty two two saves saves for for his his five five hundred hundred first first career career win win David David Shuster Shuster Chicago Chicago

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Lakers beat Celts...Mavericks skid...Leafs' Spezza suspended

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 5 months ago

Lakers beat Celts...Mavericks skid...Leafs' Spezza suspended

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam just just three three games games in in the the NBA NBA Tuesday Tuesday the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets now now I I have have the the best best record record in in the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference after after defeating defeating the the Mavericks Mavericks one one of of two two ninety ninety nine nine new new York's York's other other team team the the Knicks Knicks also also one one in in Texas Texas stopping stopping San San Antonio Antonio one one twenty twenty one one one one oh oh nine nine the the Lakers Lakers won won easily easily over over the the Celtics Celtics one one seventeen seventeen one one oh oh two two off off the the court court the the NBA NBA has has tightened tightened its its restrictions restrictions on on unvaccinated unvaccinated players players they they will will be be unable unable to to reenter reenter the the U. U. S. S. if if they they leave leave the the country country including including for for games games in in Toronto Toronto Toronto's Toronto's hockey hockey team team now now it's it's time time for for the the most most points points in in the the NHL NHL after after hanging hanging on on for for a a five five four four win win over over Columbus Columbus the the Rangers Rangers extended extended their their winning winning streak streak to to seven seven games games by by beating beating the the Blackhawks Blackhawks six six to to two two the the islanders islanders meanwhile meanwhile snapped snapped an an eleven eleven game game losing losing streak streak with with a a five five three three win win in in Iowa Iowa college college basketball basketball in in a a renewal renewal of of an an old old big big east east rivalry rivalry number number six six Villanova Villanova beat beat Syracuse Syracuse sixty sixty seven seven fifty fifty three three two two other other AP AP top top ten ten teams teams played played one one number number eight eight Kansas Kansas stepped stepped all all over over UTEP's UTEP's seventy seventy eight eight fifty fifty two two while while temporary temporary Kentucky Kentucky was was north north of of southern southern seventy seventy six six sixty sixty four four I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Fast, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 4-3 for 9th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Fast, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 4-3 for 9th straight win

"The hurricanes are one win away from tying the NHL record for most consecutive victories to start the season the gains are nine and now after Jasper Fosston martini Chas scored three oh nine apart in the third period of a four three win at Chicago Derek Stepan had a goal and an assist as Carolina matched a team record for consecutive wins throughout the season you got to be able to win a bunch of different ways and tonight was a U. different way to win a hockey game I thought that you know maybe we didn't have our A. stuff for half the game give give the Blackhawks credit they're playing they're playing hard and I I thought we were maybe not as sharp as we wanted to beat Seth Jarvis added his first career goal and Frederik Andersen made twenty seven saves in the opener of a very challenging three game road trip I'm Dave Ferrie

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"blackhawks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Reactionary they wanted to get through the weekend while they're now through the weekend And and then just kinda let things settle a little bit. So you know andrew brunette probably better than most Just historically speaking real sharp hockey mind you know funny guy. So i'm wondering what you think of. Even the interim appointment of of brew as head coach now of the florida panthers and whether this is something bills either on the panthers should consider long-term. While i was it was hard to be happy given the circumstance For grew to become the head coach. But i was happy that he was getting an opportunity to do it at one of my favorite teammates of all time honestly one of the funniest people on the planet. Here's another thing about him. He didn't make the nhl till he was twenty seven. He scored led the american league in scoring not fast enough not fast at nine. Twenty seven before they expand to nashville and brew gets an opportunity than he ends up. In minnesota another expansion team then he ends up in atlanta another expansion team scored the last school ever on patrick wa in game seven against minnesota in overtime and i said to a wall must looked at that at that. Highlight clip said brunette. Deked me it's time to retire. It's so brew ended up playing a thousand games so my point drake's is that he was a grinder of the game. He's he loves the game he loves the nuance of the game. I he's a fantastic people person. I think he would be a really good head coach now. Would they continue to allow him to be the head coach or do they look at some other more. Tried and true guys because man. This is a good team like do you want to do. Are you comfortable enough with a man with two games of head. coaching experience. Now to be your head coach i. I don't know what bill zito will will find there. Yeah and you've got the relationship. Historically with bill zito in columbus and and john tortorella hence the john tortorella speculation possibility on them whether he's a fed there I mean we. Some of us in the media always look towards his potentially being the closer right So the the opportunity here might be a fit but deer point. That's up to bill. Zito and ownership of the florida panthers. Why don't we wrap up headlines with two for one here and again we're acknowledging you know some of the real positive starts at the clubs around the league less than ten games and as we record saint louis section one. Not saying they didn't see this coming. I'm surprised how strong they've been boffa. Five two in one under donna. Granato surprise. Knock that don has had the influence that he's had but come on. I mean they're they're still very much in a transition of not a rebuild start was lumped both those teams in the final piece of headlines here. But i've just had enough jordan bending and and and the the antics and the nonsense right i mean. There's no disputing. He's al of a goalie is down. Come champ deserves. Respect the the waving of the stick swing and all of the at some point not advocating at some point..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"His situation happened across the street his insight his insight is valuable. It's needed talk to him. Bring him in understand. That's what i want. I heard that. I'm like what what why why. Why not let sounds like we as a hockey society in this case. The commissioner's office isn't ready to listener. Learn why why would there be roadblocks for anyone who can help in in this matter. A good entrepreneur of good on pierre lebrun for for bringing that up by the way another thing not media availability and we can't dissect all but it was an hour long Is it was infuriating at times And not selling enough But one of the things that was confusing the most of us was the admission that the chicago blackhawks at least alerted the nhl head office to the potential threat of the lawsuit back in december general counsel for the nhl advised either. No merit and drake has stop for a second stop for a second. So did the league's general counsel say there is no merit or the blackhawks general counsel. Say there is no merit a few assume in league. Yeah okay okay. so point. Being if legally either the blackhawks the leader both were advised. There was no merit to the potential of the suit. Will the suit is filed in. May and and i think most of us a significant problem with the gap in that. I understand the legal. Maneuvering right but this isn't Cap circumvention case allegations of sexual assault. So there's no human field to that and maybe as a lawyer that's just pushed out of your soul. I don't know i'm not. This isn't an indictment on humanity of bill. Daley or gary butman. But if you're reading that as the leader of the league in december are you not going like. This doesn't know this this right or wrong. We've got to get to the bottom of this weight. you wait. I would assume if the general council says there is no merit to these claims with dot would at the very least not you push back adds a lawyer to say would think how sure are we. What are.

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"blackhawks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Is empathy. And care was on display for everybody to see. This just wasn't a news story and so then you get into who. What and who did this and who didn't do you know. Just sad at the lack of response sat disbelief that that aldridge was allowed to be around the team and celebrated the stanley cup There's no way to defend the blackhawks management and their inaction Around this around this twenty ten time line and years subsequent. The fine wasn't nearly enough. Two million dollars not nearly enough. That fine should have included punitive penalty in A cap space because the team is still going forward that should have had a larger component to Sexual abuse sexual trauma survivors There should've been a bigger component to that mid. There's so much to this. Look i'd known joel quenneville for forty years We broke in together in nineteen eighty five in hartford. Well i broken. He was already in the league. I'm sad jordan. Report this sad. He didn't do it and he he shouldn't be coaching right now. I'm sad for that. But this is about what happened to kyle and what the fallout is and once you get to the follow. What is the path forward. How does this you can say so. It never happens again. But what are the guard rails. Did the system works under. And if those guard rails are so stringent that this stuff can get pushed to the outside bengals aren't guardrails there barriers. The league teams the governor's the players association. All need to come up with a individual road that can be understood publicly yet. If somebody wants to make an allegation it can be done independently and privately. There is no question in my mind rates. A third party independent group needs to be managing any abuse claims whether they be abuse or sexual in nature that needs to be independent. The league's involvement is that they pay a retainer on july first of every year. And that's it Now there's and. I don't even know if i don't even know if that's i feel terrible for kyle..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:38 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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Supercuts makes getting a haircut effortless. It's not just any haircut, it's super cuts. Check in now when the supercuts app or on supercuts dot com. So just to keep you accounting going here then, this is two alleged incidents of abuse before the 2013 case in Michigan involving the minor that resulted in that conviction that you described before of Brad Aldrich. All of which makes me wonder Emily, what happened to Kyle beach's hockey career? I mean, as this guy is allowed to go free and live his life, what happens to the person he had allegedly abused? Kyle never makes it in the NHL. He plays another couple years in the AHL, the NHL's top minor league team. It's not working for him in the Blackhawks organization. He gets traded to the rangers. He plays with their AHL team in Hartford. And then he goes off to Europe and that's where he's played pretty much since 2014. In places like Austria and Slovakia and Germany where he plays now, and it's really hard not to connect the trauma that he endured and the fact that there was no resolution. There was no closure. There was no one taking him seriously. And his career derailing. Does Kyle beach see this so clearly Emily? Like the abuse from Aldrich, the team's response or non response, as it happens that this all derailed his career, you know, in the interview with Rick west had he says, I'm just beginning the process because he suppressed this memory for so long and he buried it because he was trying to chase his dreams. I suppress this memory and buried this memory to chase my dreams and pursue the career that I loved and the game that I love of hockey. And now I think he's coming to terms with the fact that this prevented him from chasing those dreams and reaching those dreams and goals. And you know, he talked about it and he's looking back now and he realizes it definitely did have impact on his life. But no that I'm beginning to heal and I look back at it definitely had impacts on my life. I did stupid things I acted out. I snapped. I did things that I never could imagine doing. I relied on alcohol. I heard a light on drugs. And when you hear all of that, you can see, there's a clear cause and consequence between what happened with him with the Blackhawks organization and where his career ended up. Where did the union come into play here, you're describing things that theoretically, the NHL PA might have been able to help him with, but it doesn't sound like that happened either. Yeah, when we talk about next steps of the story, I think the players relationship with the NHL PA is going to be one to follow because the NHL PA was made aware of the allegations that pile beach made. And they referred him to their player substance abuse and behavior program, and then never followed up. And that does not sit well with a lot of players because the NHL PA inherently is there to protect them. I'm texting with one player. This weekend, and he said, for 9 years, the NHL pa new and did nothing to investigate or help Kyle and dealing with this trauma. So Don fear is the head of the NHL PA. He's been there for a while. He did come out with a statement and said, I acknowledge that I was part of the system that failed Kyle beach, but he doesn't take any personal accountability. And that does not sit well with players because accountability is something that's really big and hockey. And I think is really big at the heart of the story because no one took accountability for Kyle beach. And I can tell you Pablo, this is a topic they're not going to let go and it's something to fall over the next coming days, weeks, probably months. Emily, with a story like this that is so in retrospect, staggeringly mishandled, but I'm wondering what the NHL, what you expect them to do to make good on the fact that they're league in one of their teams failed failed someone so badly. So with NHL has done so far as they sent out a memo to teams last week and they called it fostering a safe and inclusive culture. And it basically just reaffirms things that they have told teams over the last several years. These weren't explicit instructions in 2010, but it's how the league has acted recently. And it basically says any league personnel and players are required to immediately report to Gary bettman or Bill Daley, who's the deputy commissioner, all conduct that's clearly inappropriate unlawful or demonstrably abusive. And basically what the league is saying is if something happens, don't go to your teams, come to us. We'll handle it. Now, I do know there are some people who look at that and say, well, if there's unlawful conduct, why are we going to the NHL? Go to law enforcement authorities. That's who you should be going to. And I think these are questions that are going to percolate over the next couple of weeks of what are the best practices here because Billie does have a hotline where people can call anonymously with issues if they don't feel comfortable reporting it to Gary bet Bill daily. But even still, that just doesn't feel like enough. Emily, as you report this story that is still unfolding here. Obviously, this is a sport that you love. It's the sport that you've been covering for so long, what are you learning that you didn't know before? You know, hockey, one of the reasons that we love the sport is that it's so team oriented. Again, guys, I'll use to print out eye. They say we are you. If you think of a star player besides a goalie, he's only playing a third of a game. You're so dependent on that team environment. And I think it's such a beautiful thing, but I think what we've learned in this Kyle beach case is that it can also be a harmful thing if you take it too seriously and you take it to too many extremes and you value that team over everything, including human lives and human trauma. And I think those are the conversations that are going to start happening that unfold out of this. And I think that Kyle beach coming forward not just with the lawsuit but coming forward with his name was such an empowering moment for the next generation because guys are realizing that, you know what? It is okay to speak up and be above the team if something really wrong did happen to you. Emily Kaplan, thanks for joining us and thanks for staying on this story. Thanks Pablo for covering it. I'm Pablo Torre. This has been ESPN daily. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:27 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"A moment is that for him for anybody, really? Oh, it's huge. I mean, that season, he was in junior hockey. Again, 52 goals and 68 games. He was a very good player, but only plays four games in the AHL. And then it's very hard to make the jump right from junior hockey to the NHL, but him being called up showed what the organization thought of him that they wanted him to be around this big team of Brown the championship culture to get that taste and it pretended that the next year he would have a really good shot of making the roster. So he gets called up Emily. He travels with the team during the Western Conference Finals. And during that time, the full report from the law firm details several interactions that Kyle beach had with Brad Aldrich, the video coach. And many of them are described as Aldridge inviting beach to watch game tape to ostensibly improve his play as performance on the ice in private spaces like a hotel room. And these interactions, they then lead to the abusive incident in question and May 2010. Yeah, so according to the lawsuit, Aldrich invited Kyle to his apartment under the premise that Aldridge would go over some game clips with him. But when Kyle arrived the evening did not go as he expected it to. Both men are interviewed for the report. They both agree there was a sexual encounter that happens. Aldrich says it was completely consensual. While Kyle says it wasn't consensual at all. Each also says that he was physically threatened. He was blocked by the only exit and Aldrich was telling him, you'll never play in the NHL if you don't engage in the sex acts with me and also if you tell anybody. And so beach don't threaten. The idea that Brett Aldrich had power had this status on the team and influence over Kyle beach's career, can you explain how that worked back in 2010 like why did Brad Aldrich have this level of power over him? He's on the coaching staff, and I know a video coach isn't the head coach, or an assistant coach, but it's someone that's around the team all the time and someone that's talking to that head coach and the general manager all of the time. He's about 7 years older than Kyle beach. She was 27 when this happened, Kyle was 20. Brad actually comes from a hockey family. His dad is a long time employee of the sharks organization, been around hockey, his entire life. You know, I've had some conversations with people in hockey this week and a lot of them have pointed out, okay, well, Kyle beach was 20 years old, a big, strong, power forward. How could he have been sexually assaulted by a video coach? Who's a lot smaller in stature. And honestly, those conversations frustrate the heck out of me because it shows that there's just this basic comprehension that a lot of people don't get about power dynamics and about what consent is. It's not always physical force at play. There's other factors such as intimidation, Brad alders threatening his career or coercion, and that seems to be what Kyle felt at this time. And you know, there was rumors around the Blackhawks organization that Aldrich threatened careers in the past. Right in the full report points out that a half dozen witnesses say they had also heard about Aldrich threatening players careers along those lines. And so this traumatic encounter Emily, it happens and who does Kyle beach tell at that point? Who does he go to? So he called a confidante and confidante is interviewed by the Jenner and block investigators. And in that report, he says that when Kyle called him, he was crying. He could barely speak. The confidant was even wondering whether Kyle had gotten into a car accident because he couldn't even catch his breath. But he told him what happened, which is important. And then a couple days after that, Kyle gets the courage to tell Paul Vincent, who is on the Black Hawk staff, what happened? And Paul Vincent reports it up the food chain. And what is the report say about how Brad Aldrich acted in the days and weeks after this? According to the report, Brad Aldrich texted Kyle beach repeatedly. He showed up to the practices that Kyle was at specifically when the main team came off and the black ice is like Kyle, we're still on the ice. And he had to interact with him and face him every single day after this happened. So if Brad Aldrich, his alleged abuser is there in person around him. What does Kyle said about how this affected him as he was going through this? He said he felt extremely alone, and that TSN interview, he talked about feeling fearful, those couple days. It just had his career threatened. So I was scared mostly. I was fearful I had had my career threatened felt alone and dark sorry. It's tough to recall these moments. I think I felt like I was alone and there was nothing I could do and nobody I could turn to for help. So again, Kyle beach had told Paul Vince at a member of the coaching staff. What action was taken by the Blackhawks after Paul Vincent received that knowledge? Right, so Paul Vincent tells his superiors and then before Western Conference final game against the San Jose sharks, there's this meeting of the brain trust in a hotel room. And it involves pretty much all of the senior leadership. Stan Bowman, John McDonough, who is the team president at the time, Jay blanc, who was right under McDonough, Joel grenville, also Kevin shovel day off, who was an assistant GM. He's now the GM of the Winnipeg jets. And basically, they all come together and according to the report, all of these men have given wildly different accounts of what happened in that meeting. But the one thing we know is that nothing came out of that meeting immediately. Brett Aldrich stayed on the staff. He was with the team, not only through the Stanley Cup final, but was given a day with the Stanley Cup was given a Stanley Cup ring, was given his playoff bonuses. Yeah, I mean, the idea that this was all happening while they were on their way to winning the Stanley Cup Emily, how did that influence the decisions that were apparently not being made here? Seem to have influenced it a lot. There's a quote from Stan Bowman in the report, or basically, and I'm paraphrasing here in Joel glenville, the coach says we can't have this distract us. We are too close to the Stanley Cup. We can't address this now. And I think that tells you all you need to know about hockey culture where people will do anything and sacrifice anything to win the Stanley Cup. So all these team leaders knew Emily, did the players know? This is kind of a topic of controversy right now because there's some players on the team, like Nick boyon and Brent sobel who have come on the record and said, everybody knew. Kyle and his interview with TSN said, word spread around the locker room pretty quickly. You've said that some of your teammates after the fact started using homophobic slurs. How soon after the salt was that happening? Word spread pretty quick. I do believe that everybody in that locker room knew about it because of the comments were made in the locker room. They were made on the ice. They were made around the arena with all different people of all different backgrounds, players, staff, media in the presence. But there's other players who said they didn't know, or they didn't know all of the details. Patrick Kane still on the team said he didn't know John Doe was Kyle beach until that day he did the TSN interview. Yeah, I didn't know anything at the time. And, you know, even today, you know, Kyle came out as John Doe. That's the first time I knew that it was that I was him. So as far as the bullying and different comments, I don't remember any of that either. Or Jonathan tays. He was the captain in 2010 and still as the captain now said he didn't hear about the incident until the following training camp. And even then he still didn't hear all of it or the gory details as he put it. But according to the report, when Kyle did show up for that next training camp, there were some teammates who teased him and bullied him and said homophobic slurs on the ice towards him because of this allegation. And that's just really hard to hear. So.

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"blackhawks" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:20 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So Kyle beach is this top prospect in the Blackhawks organization Emily. In 2010. And he's reporting to the team allegations that video coach Brett Aldrich had sexually assaulted him. And it sounds like at the time, this is more than a decade ago now, nothing happened behind the scenes. In response to those accusations, but last week, we got this 100 plus page report, which the entire world got to see. Yeah, so we'll get into the events of 2010, but the long story short is nothing was done at the time. And then in May 2021, someone named John Doe, who we later find out to be Kyle beach files a lawsuit against the Blackhawks. And the only identifies as a former player, and he alleges that he was sexually assaulted by this video coach Brad Aldridge during the 2010 Stanley Cup run and nothing was done about it by senior leaders and his life was changed forever because of it. Yeah, so the report, who is a commission by, what did it cover exactly? So this lawsuit is filed in May 2021. And then the NHL comes to the Blackhawks and is like, look, this is serious. Do you want us to investigate it or do you guys want to investigate it? And I always have to make this note when I talk about these type of stories. It's important to note the NHL does not have a specific domestic violence policy that is different than any other professional major men's league in North America. So all of these things are always handled on a case by case basis. Basically the Blackhawks tell the NHL, we'll do a report, not in a cell says, okay, well, what are you going to do? How legit is it going to be? The Blackhawks are very legit. We're going to use this law firm named Jenner and block. We'll have this guy read Charlie. He's a former assistant U.S. attorney. He's the same guy that was a lead investigator and prosecutor for a former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich, and the NHL says, okay, that sounds legit. So the Blackhawks commissioned this report by Jenner and block, they interview a 139 people. And we just wait until we get the findings of this report. So the report is commissioned by the Blackhawks. What did they say they would do when the investigation was completed? So they promised full transparency when the report came out. And I know there was a lot of people skeptical saying, okay, when they put out this report, part of it's going to be redacted or they're not going to show all of it. But I was told last weekend, the Blackhawks got a call about Sunday and said, hey, the report is ready. On Monday, everyone reads the report and digests and figure out what's going on. And then by Tuesday, they announced that they're going to have a press conference and release the findings. So they knew it was coming. I do know that that call over the weekend was like, oh, wow, it's here. And let's go. Yeah, so midweek last week is when Kyle beach was named in public as John Doe, what prompted him to want to reveal his identity. Well, you know, the report, like I said, was released fully. And he wasn't named in the report, but there were some identifying details that some people believe did docks him such as what his weight was what his size was. The age at the time, some Internet loose could do their own math. But the other reason that he wanted to come forward because he felt vindicated. And he even said that in his interview with TSN, it was a sense of relief that it was no longer his word against everybody else's. I don't think I where we could have ever imagined what is going to come out of yesterday's press conference. And following it, just a great feeling of relief, vindication, and it was no longer my word against everybody else's. He felt like there was all these lies told in the media a lot of misinformation. Because a lot of things were made public, a lot of people were interviewed. And I really felt like there was a lot of lies told in the media and it was very special and important to me to have that truth come out yesterday. And for the truth to finally get out there for these investigators to corroborate what he's been saying with the Blackhawk senior management didn't take seriously. The thing that derailed his entire career was so cathartic and he felt that empowered him to come forward and share who exactly he was. Yeah, that interview Emily, with TSN, the Sports Network in Canada are siblings up north. That was October 27th. It was an interview that I don't know if I have a comparison point for in terms of a male player being this Frank about his alleged abuse. How would you describe what Kyle beach said? Brave is the first word I use. It was so courageous. He was unflinching, and he was direct. You know, he talked about the emotion he had felt when the report was released. And again, that sense of vindication. He cried, he smiled. He cried some more. Yesterday was a day of many emotions, I cried, I smiled. I laughed. I cried some more. Sorry. It's tough to recall these moments. But he also went into more details about what happened to him and the way he was made felt by these men in power who just dismissed him. And anyone who watched that interview haven't watched it, I so recommend, you walk away just saying this guy was failed so hard by hockey culture by people who were supposed to be leaders, but people who said that they were going to employ and take care of them. And it's just really devastating. So Kyle beach says, clearly, as you alluded to that his experience in this sport, the thing that he loved to do, his whole life, it was changed forever by what happened with Bret Aldrich. She at the time was an assistant coach with the Blackhawks. I'm curious how his interview was received not just by the public Emily, but by the sport by his colleagues in professional hockey in the NHL. I've talked to a lot of players in this past week Pablo and they're blown away. By Kyle's bravery by what he went through. And I think there's not necessarily a sense of reckoning, but maybe a sense of looking inwards saying, how could we be complicit in this also? And so I believe this to be a landmark interview because this is something that could change hockey culture forever because now we have a face to the name of these allegations. Now we have the real visual of the human collateral of these type of mistakes and seeing Kyle so bravely speak up, I think made a lot of players say, you know what, if I do see something going wrong, I can speak up. And it's okay. And that's actually the right thing to do. And as for the people in management, Emily, people have had to step down from high level high powered jobs around hockey because of this report now. What's happened with the people who were in Blackhawk's leadership back in 2010? Yeah, so the report comes out and the Blackhawks, ownership, which is rocky words and the son, Danny works with the team CEO. Basically realize no leaders from 2010 can still be within our organization. That's not okay. And the two men left are Stan Bowman, who is the GM and president of hockey ops. He's forced to resign an Isaac, the senior director of hockey operations also forced to resign. These are two guys, especially Stan who are viewed as the architects of three Stanley cups in Chicago. Right. And that was probably going to go to the Hall of Fame. He's the son of Scotty Bowman, the winningest coach of all time. So it's pretty stunning just to see him leave like this. Joel kuen bell, who is the coach in Chicago at the time, it was the coach of the Florida Panthers. They're undefeated. The best team in the league, I was told that Joel kuen bell believed that he was going to be okay. He gets called into a meeting with Gary bettman, his boss from the Florida Panthers, and basically the Panthers and the league, pressured him and said, it's not appropriate for you to be coaching right now. He resigns as well. The league finds the Blackhawks $2 million for what they call inadequate procedures and mishandling. And then rocky worked, the owner of the Blackhawks writes a letter to the Hall of Fame and asks for Brad Aldrich's name to be removed from the Stanley Cup..

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Raanta wins Carolina debut, Hurricanes top winless Chicago

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00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Raanta wins Carolina debut, Hurricanes top winless Chicago

"The hurricanes improve their team record start to seven or no by scoring four times in the first period of a six three victory over the winless blackrock's anti right to make twenty three saves in his Carolina debut tonight to get back in there and and you know play behind this team and you know obviously you get a you get a lot of vocal support so you you kinda you gonna need to deliver also and you know make sure that a make sure that the team is winning Tony deangelo had a goal and two assists for the canes who also received tallies from Jordan Staal Derek Stepan yes for cutting ME Sebastian aho and Andrei Svechnikov Brandon Hagel Adam Gaudette and Alex DeBrincat scored for the Blackhawks who dropped six into I'm Dave Ferrie

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"blackhawks" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

04:05 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"And feel confident saying that that they wouldn't get backlash that they wouldn't be looked at in a different way. I just don't understand it. Yeah i eh just as just a an idea of what. The right answer is is looking at Former coach john twitter. You know he was on the point with espn and he talking about the situation in one of the segments he goes on to just be like how is there a room of people. Not one person can stand up and say you know what this is wrong. Not one person and he goes on to talk more. I don't have these quotes in front of me. But he goes onto. I don't wanna say attack but to say yo what the fuck you know and Answer situation not trying to you. Know make excuses for these people and you know what i i guess we can move along now to to To players right you wanna about the excuse. Sat there making hike. The the comments they're making on the situation lays pieces of shit. So you know tim to throw in a little snarky thing right now because i feel like we need a break after both just went off. You know i've always disliked patrick. Kane duncan keith. especially will this who them mostly Just from the connects rivalry during playoff series from two thousand nine to two thousand thirteen. I've i've always hated them and i didn't. I dislike the blackhawks for a very long time. Obviously hit them now but but We know what's it called it. It was justified. You know. I guess by by their comments of this week in the past two days so i'm going to read off right now. Jonathan tapes and his comments about the situation. So give me one. Second mind.

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"blackhawks" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

04:58 min | 7 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"This guy. Kyle beach here again. Went to the players association literally like recently after it had happened and he said hey this happened and what they do nothing they do nothing. They ignored it still. How does that make people feel more comfortable coming out about what had happened to them. You know how is that. Lack of response that lack of urgency and lack of care. How does that make them feel like they are able to express what had happened. And you know hold the people countable who do these disgusting things. I don't know it's just and again the players association Whatever the hell is name is only one will have his name something further. I mean he was part of the The players that. I think he was one of the people that was brought up to and he's still there now. Why is he still there. Oh don't worry. He put out a statement. He's fine what statement said it doesn't matter what it says because he still has a job and that's the very very disappointing part. It's like how are things supposed to get better. How are you supposed to have a stance that hey we're going to be better about things like this. When saint people are in charge. You want to say okay. People deserve a second chance to people. This is something you give a second chance on. The this isn't like a like a like a small little slap on the wrist type of situation. Oh a little mistake. I you know. This is huge like legally damning at human like like. I just frustrates me. In frustrates me. No end right now this entire situation. And i don't know i don't even know what else to say i don't know what else to add it. There's nothing else to add will one thing with With donald for that i just saw was that not only. Was he informed about the assault on. Kyle beach it. He was also What i'm sorry. I lost my train of thought. He also told about how aldridge was texting. You know dick pace to another blackhawks.

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Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

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00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

"Joel Quenneville has resigned as head coach of the Panthers the decision followed a Thursday meeting with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and came two days after he was among those implicated for not swiftly responding to allegations by a Blackhawks player in twenty ten of being sexually assaulted by another coach an investigation released Tuesday said Quenneville and others in the Blackhawks organization did not prioritize addressing Kyle beaches allegations Quenneville was head coach of the black hawks at the time I'm the ferry

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Update on the latest sports

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01:59 min | 7 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"Sports I'm John the US rules are bank of the World Series after a seven to win over the Atlanta Braves have been a big park Adams believe has more from Houston with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles to give the Astros a lead they would never relinquish Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings to the association but he got twenty four points and nine rebounds from bam Adebayo as Miami two alternates one oh six ninety three elsewhere Trae young had thirty one points as the hawks bested the pelicans one oh two ninety nine deangelo Russell poured in twenty nine points as the Timberwolves took care of the box one thirteen one await Washington down Boston by a score of one sixteen one oh seven Russell Westbrook with the report group full double twenty points fourteen assists thirteen boards of ten turnovers of the thunder ended up prevailing with a one twenty three one fifteen when the Hornets are foreign one after a one twenty one eleven win over the magic elsewhere the king's top the sons one ten one oh seven it was Cleveland ninety two the clippers seventy nine and Portland defeated Memphis one sixteen ninety six the raptors one in Toronto for the first time in six hundred twelve days taking care of the Pacers one eighteen one hundred in the NHL the Florida Panthers are off to a supplemental start after a four one win over the Boston Bruins elsewhere Philadelphia beat admitted five three three games going to overtime all three with identical results Dylan Larkin with the game winner as the red wings up into the capital street to the golden knights beat the stars while the maple Leafs edged the Blackhawks I'm John literate AP sports

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Braves take Series opener...Lakers win without LeBron

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01:00 min | 7 months ago

Braves take Series opener...Lakers win without LeBron

"AP sports I'm guessing call block the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros Jorge Soler became the first player ever to lead off the World Series opener with a home run to help Atlanta build a five nothing lead after three innings however Braves starter Charlie Morton exited after two and a third innings with a broken right calf bone that will sideline him the remainder of the series Atlanta's Max freed opposes Houston's Jose or key in game two Wednesday Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs and Carli Lloyd wrapped up her stellar U. S. women's national team career in a six nothing friendly win over South Korea Geffen Coolbaugh AP sports

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Series to start...NFL: protocols working...Blackhawks probe

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01:59 min | 7 months ago

Series to start...NFL: protocols working...Blackhawks probe

"AP sports sign Geffen cooled off the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros correspondent Adam Spillane has the details in Houston for home Salerno Adam duvall smacked home runs as the Atlanta Braves took game one of the World Series by beating the Houston Astros so where's Homer came on the game's third page and do falls third inning two run shot St the Braves to a five nothing the doing that on the road and you know kind of get them first at bat jitters out of the way it is big so you know obviously this is a long series is gonna be a dogfight Charlie Morton started for Atlanta but had to leave in the third inning after suffering a fractured right fibula beginning before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday the league will not release the findings of its ten month investigation into allegations that the Washington football team engaged in harassment and abuse we think protecting the people that helped us get to that place the people that unfortunately had to live through that experience there we respect them and make sure that we protect them in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs the jazz beat the nuggets one twenty to one ten the Knicks knocked up the seventy Sixers one twelve ninety nine the mavs down the rockets one sixteen one oh six and the warriors top the thunder one oh six ninety eight Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NHL entry Polat and Ryan McDonagh scored ten seconds apart in the second period in the defending champion lightning's five to one route of the penguins the flames topped the devils five to three the wild held on to beat the Canucks three to two the crack and flatten the Canadians five to one the jets adds the docks four to three and the golden knights said predators are in three to one wins over the avalanche and sharks respectively yes I'm cool bokeh piece sports

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Hughes scores 2, lifts Devils past Blackhawks in OT

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Hughes scores 2, lifts Devils past Blackhawks in OT

"Jack Hughes capped his two goal performance by scoring less than a minute into overtime completing the devils four three win over the Blackhawks I get to own one for most the ranks you know so I have a lot of options going through my mind during the skate and surf you know gravy drove that stuff you know I have the patience and kind of move the Golan hi ninety nine after that Dougie Hamilton scored on his first shot is the devil and Andreas Johnsson gave his team a three one lead early in the third period Hamilton scored just seventeen seconds into the game the fastest goal by a devil in his team debut the hawks gained a point when Dominic bahkan Kirby dach tallied in the final three fifty three of regulation Jonathan Bernier made twenty four saves for the devils on the ferry

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"blackhawks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Clip from the from the closing press conference at the islanders lost the tampa bay lightning game seven mathew barzal with brock nelson At the podium really trying to keep it together and fighting back his emotions as best as he could never referencing veterans. Like andy greene see. I'm always interested in hearing young people talk about a stanley cup. Experience and older players talk about her stanley cup. Experience and the older players tend to generally cherish it more knowing how much it takes to get there and how long it takes and younger players. And we're talking to brad marchand hockey night in canada radio once After his bruins had won the stanley cup in two thousand eleven and it very much felt like in his voice in his mind. He thought well we're gonna win like three or four more of these things and he still still chasing it. Hearing mathew barzal talk the way that he did already at the age of twenty four is young guy he understands how getting there is really hard and he's been close a couple of times and listen to his voice in how he talks. You almost get the sense that he's wondering and my ever going to get this close again. What did you think of ourselves presser. You asked if he was coming of age. I don't know if i agree with that. I think it's just who he is. I think he really cares. Oh for sure this whole thing. You know you battle with your coach. Sometimes you know trotz has battled to get more out of them barzal. I'm sure his battle with trotz before it doesn't mean they both don't care or they don't have the best in mind for each other. It just means that trotz has enormous belief in what barzal can become and sometimes like a father with a son you have to discipline them in ways to make them get to that next level brazil to me. I loved watching him. These playoffs he competed. I never questioned his competitive ability or willingness to compete. I think there were times where he was so creative. The other honors in the ice didn't know what to do with it. And i think that's kind of what happened. Is i saw a lot of times. That teams against him tried to take away his passing options like he went in and he'd make a great entry or recreate some room and then it was almost like they said. You think you're passing anyone else. You're not passing the anyone else. And one of the things. People have told barzal as he has to be more selfish because people see that they see. He's a pass first guy and as a result if you take away his options sometimes. He's not as dangerous. But i think he's worked hard to improve all of that. I thought he competed a ton. Oy and i saw a guy who was devastated in the moment. So i don't think he mature that answer shows a maturity or anything like that. I just think it shows how much he cares whether we ever doubt that. Barzal wants to be an islanders proud to be nylander. He clearly really loves his teammates that he went out of his way to talk about guys. Like josh bailey. And andy greene. Who might never get this chance again like to me. It's not about him. It's about the group and I mean the way he played showed me how much he cared. And i'm sure he's going to be thinking about that one that hopped over his stick killer And that's that's tough. It's not your fault it's nothing you did but it just sits with you. Yeah ice man. I really you look at it and you say it's it's late night period and that's ice. That's not you know. I really thought after game five. If the islanders god through the first twenty minutes relatively unscathed they were going to win. The game and i just remembered the intermission thinking at the first remission thinking. The islanders are going to win this and of course. They gave up the shorthanded goal and and they lost. But i i gotta tell you. There was a time after one period. I said that's exactly what the allders needed. And they're going to win this game. And and i think know that even though they didn't get a lot of chances the lightning were as good as they were. I'm betting they felt the same thing after game. Five where they were down three nothing after one they thought if they get out of the first period scoreless they're gonna find a way to win We should point out as well. I know or reality of sports and you just deal with them. But all that without anders lee a remarkable achievement for the For the islanders at various times that we've talked plenty about mathew barzal. We've talked about ryan pool ach And the shot. Eller talked about adam. Pelech you know the emerging you know Sneaky norris trophy candidate Whose names should pop up on some ballots. Who else stood out for you from this. Entire islanders not justice series against tampa but from the entire run as far back. As you wanna go maybe even into the regular season who jumped out for you mayfield. And not just because of everything that happened in game six. I just think that scott mayfield as come from. You're you're almost disrespecting him by saying nowhere but nowhere to become a really effective player a really good player. Nobody thought he would be what he's turned into and he's turned into a heck of a player. I think mayfield would be that guy for me. I think beauvillier is a really improved player. But i if. I had to say one person i would say mayfield. So what now then for the new york. Islanders number of unrestricted free agents The trade deadline guys cow paul travis. Travesty jack a mainstay on the fourth line. In cases ezekiel unrestricted. Free agent there as well We talked about mentioned. Andy greene a couple of moments ago. He's a ufa some restricted Including ilias sarokin pollock Anthony pavilion michael cole. What happens now with the islanders. Well i called lula morello earlier on saturday. He told me everything he was to do. Starting with who's getting q. Oh yeah that sounds like glue for sure. So what are you saying. He told me every step of the way. Think you've ever said on this podcast. Great so there's some people who drove off the road hearing that. Well i look at this way. I would be surprised if they didn't have a good idea. Sarokin a restricted free agent right. Yes and after. He came over from russia. I would be very surprised if they didn't have a decent idea of what his second contract was going to look like. So that's one thing to me. The most important guy you have to deal with is paddock. He's a restricted free agent with our bright. He's one year away from unrestricted free agency. He's.

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"blackhawks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:52 min | 11 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Awful. You mentioned although the the players on this team and you go from you know kucherov. Two point to sara lee and stamkos etc. Right down to. Ross coleman like the thing that i love about tampa and do with all their men as well even like man erik. Cernak has a very definite end deliberate role on this team mike. Everybody has something that they do right like. Everybody has a job there like a bunch of worker dogs and they all have their assignment and they do it like. It's a marvel. And i'm building this up like david versus goliath. Your house montreal going to do this but the more you see tampa the more. You can't help but just being flat out impressed with this squad it'd be a good final. I'm really going to enjoy it. I i. i'm really looking forward to this final. Just make it go long. I would hate for it to get to this point. Because how hockey would this be elliott to get to this point only to see a sweep like i don't want to give this mantra. It's not going to be a sweet. I know i hope. It's i hope it's i just don't want this. If this mantra canadians story is going to end in the final. And they don't make. I will sleep for a week and guell jammies of his a sweep leading the gravity of that just sinking for one second away. Do you think. I was gonna listen to that garbage. Podcast tweeted of course. Of course you're not interested in quality. griffin's podcast talked to the gas for our. Yes all about the. Griffin's may experience there oliver's chance you'd love it you learn a thing or two along the way too. Yeah but i will sleep and gwen jammies for at least a week if it's a sweep. Oh man i can just see i can. Just i'm going to drop my tweet and save it. Send for the jammies hashtag go. Griffin's go if there aren't well jammies. I will just take won. T shirts and i will take a red marker and i will spell wealth on it w e l f go. Yeah yeah ok well done i. Can we all tell you when to western. I see now. I'm split because i'd love to see you do that for two. I don't want this to end and a hockey fashion like the hockey story for the stanley. Cup playoffs is you can get to the final as an underdog but generally are not gonna win just because it is such a grind and by the time you get there. You're as an underdog you're just exhausted because you're not quilt built for the stanley cup final. Whatever that means. It's just the history of hockey. I just hope that it doesn't end now. If it does for the montreal canadians either way. I just hope this one is a long series And with that will kick it off. Elliott's all set. I'm all warmed up. Welcome to thirty one thousand podcast presented by the gmc sierra eighty four. Can you just talk about What you're feeling right now and is it feelings that you have yourself. Is it for your teammates. Both i think it's Just for everyone. You know sucks in mac. This point short again guys like bales and greener and guys. You know indian guy you know. I got a few more years but guys are wanna win for. Those guys hurts Hertzian those guys in the locker room afterwards. Just did we just hear slash c mathew barzal age in front of us elliott friedman..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:56 min | 11 months ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"To me. Kucherov health is a is a huge factor over the series. Can't he continued to play in the pain. I think he's in he. You see tempests interesting to me. Because i agree with you. They'll play anywhere you want and when you look at the team that perhaps did that better than any team in the history of the league. Elliott's that's the early eighties new york islanders. And the thing that would frustrate you playing. That islanders team is they would let you decide what kind of game you wanted to play. And then they would beat you at it. Tampa is like that. But the islanders did it on route to four stanley cups. Tampa's going for its second right now and you can make the case that in the salary cap era. Maybe two equals four when you look at how you need to manage your nickels and dimes. Please no jokes. Hoping seventeen million dollars over the salary cap and maybe that does equal four stanley cups of the islanders. But do they not remind you of that team that allender squad that if you wanna play tough we're cool. You wanted to play skill. we're good to one. That's a sixty five while that's us too. Does this tampa teams seemed like the early eighties. Allender elliott friedman yeah. I think that's a great comparison. I mean i don't know if they'll have as many people make the hall of fame as that. Islander team did billy smith pot van. Bosse try jay clark gillies and a lot of. I don't know if there's going to be five hall of famers from this team. But i think they're really good. It's not even their stars really. I mean they stars obviously points been really good scoring nine games in a row. But i think a lot of their other guys have been phenomenal. Mcdonagh mcdonagh's hardly and other guy. I think he's been really good. I think that gourd line has been terrific. I think Calor has been excellent. I said this last night. If montreal wins the stanley cup they earned it this no fluke and this will be the toughest challenge they face but they could do it. Everyone's going to say. It's an upset of montreal beads tampa bay. I'm not convinced of that anymore as long as montreal sticks to their recipe disciplined. Make it hard to get through the neutral zone. Make it hard to get to the net. Price stays sharp and they beat you with their elite level goalscorers when the opportunity comes as long as they stay with their recipe. It's not an upset if they beat tampa bay. I'm just going to throw some natural now. That is just all about my eyeballs and no research whatsoever really irresponsible of me to do this but here we go. does it. Not seem like montreal forces moreso things than any other team in the playoffs. Was it you who texted me that the other night. Yes it was. I couldn't remember who texted me that the other looks to me like de force more icing xlt now might have just been in that one previous series against vegas vegas got more and more frustrated and had to change their strategy and it was more stretched. Passes in that led to the icing. I don't know all i know is montreal. Plays a system. that is so frustrating and suffocating. That one of the byproducts has to be one a you know icing because you're not going to convert on your stretch passes and be that leads to offensive zone starts for the montreal canadians faceoffs rate next to your net minder like they are right now and incredibly tough team to play against the question is can they hold that structure in that style together playing against this potentially explosive tampa bay team which can score not just quickly elliott but they can score suddenly like. How many times have you heard announcer say and suddenly tampa scored two goals and suddenly a minute. Forty eight lakers tampa scored three goals. That's the thing about tampa. Is they force you to to abandon your structure unless we saw that now one blow at game against the islanders there are few if any more button down teams in the new york islanders and tampa was able to get to them to read. The question is can montreal hang onto their structure long enough to start frustrating the tampa bay lightning and even then when you consider how much this tampa bay team has gone through. I don't know the you can frustrate them. I give you seen signs of frustration. Can plus they've wine right. They've wine so they know that there's ups and downs like they've done both though like they've had horrible losses losing a columbus away the that a couple years ago. they've had stanley cup victories. They've had appearances in the stanley cup. Final two they. They've gone through so much this group with all these four players. Sure you mix around the fringes. That's that's a given. I don't know that when you have. I type of experience and that type of both winning and losing you can even frustrated team like the tampa bay to say nothing about the coach. Now who's going into his third stanley cup. Final in jon cooper. I don't know man. This is a this is the toughest has from montreal period in the most obvious statement. You'll hear all podcast. I totally agree. I think tampa has to be the favourite and they are the favourite montreal's odds plus two thirty was what i saw when the series. That's a good long shot bag and you know what to be honest like i said i don't even think it's that much of a long shot if you just said it if they play their system and that's what i said too if they stick to their identity and continue to be islanders extra strength now to me. It's not an upset if they win this. I think the kucherov thing is so important. I actually wondered now that he played game seven. Would there be any chance. Tampa would sit him. Maybe forgive one or two now. I'm not talking that based on any knowledge. I'm talking that based on what i saw. Okay so and and we all saw the same thing about kucherov who did not look like you know. Laser beam nikita kucherov in game seven. It was a much different player. So are you suggesting that. Perhaps since games one and two are in tampa tampa does is keep him out until they quote unquote really need him like give you hold them up from game one and you win while you've won. There's no point in playing him game two if you need. I don't agree with that louis. Then you're talking him being out for a week right yes. I don't know. I don't know i don't know what injury the injury is. It's a rib. I'm pretty sure it's a rip you know. I have to say you know. There was a whole huge battle. I said on fridays podcasts. Yeah there was a whole huge battle about where he actually got hurt. I believe it's the rib. Have you ever had a rib injury. Yes you know every time you breathe. You're reminded you have a rib injury. It is awful. That's why when. I had a rib injury. I just didn't breathe..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"And he's making. I think ten or eleven million dollars so i i think i've been for a while because we can have been bashing ben a lot and you keep bashing been if you want to. That's up to you. But i'm going to back off on bashing ben because i hope that this move to center going to help him and you know maybe realize its full potential. He's seventeen better seventeenth. What salary okay. That's still pretty high. And he is the highest paid dallas. Start knowing it might actually like a hundred thousand higher. Okay so but still i. I think a layoff jamie benn for a little bit and i think he's played excellent the past two weeks especially he. He's starting to contribute offensively more yes. He only had two goals and two assists in thirteen games. But we talk about the cap hit in. That's always focused on we. We don't know what's going on behind the scenes in how he's leading this team or the other things that he's doing you know physically. He is dominating. You don't have to pay. I'm million dollars for that. As you say your head. You're not paying nine million dollars for that. So i'm saying need. Let's tom galati on here and see what he says. Hey tom we're spending nine and a half million dollars on a player on your captain feel about that. So i'm gonna jump off of that for for a little bit but anyways Like we started on face off in. We somehow ended on with demon. Been anyways back to face offs in this game Tonight the stars completely dominated the face off circle even better than the blackhawks did on tuesday. So we won fifty eight percent of the faceoffs compared to forty two percent for the chicago blackhawks so that that needs to be a staple in the stars game and especially when You know we're on special teams either in the offensive zone or in the defensive zone and that showed in this game.

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"blackhawks" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"So maybe going forward their weeks maybe there's some things L. personnel wise. They're they're gonNA change going or now everybody's healthy. It'll be interesting to see you know what Ryan Craig does with them on the power play going forward. But that's just one thing for me. If I'M GONNA throw my analysis in there, I would wanna see re Max Patty back in that right circle. On that power play and then the other thing put mark stone back on the goal line the way that they had cody glass early let him open up and be a playmaker. Just. That's my two cents. No, it makes sense. Stones Passing Vision are obviously top level think. Nights you gotta try to take advantage of that as much as possible. The other thing that really stood out. Both this series and obviously last night was just. Some puck management decisions some bad turnovers by the nights. That's what really led to. A lot of the goals for the Blackhawks. Yesterday, I mean, the third goal especially, Nate Schmidt turns it over in the defensive zone, and then all of a sudden Patrick Kane is wide open one on one in front of Robin Liner, which is just obviously a losing situation for the nights and those are the things that you know as we kind of go through all the things they did well, the take away from that because all of. A. Sudden they are up you know I believe were there might have been tied to to at that point in the blackhawks retook the lead three two nights had done so many things well to kind of a race to deficit and get themselves back into that game, and then you have a sloppy turnover, all of sudden the blackhawks are in the lead again, and it's kind of what we talked. We've talked about before with this team of. With the depth and with the kind of lineup strength, they have top to bottom if they don't beat themselves, they're really hard to beat and we still I think saw some instances in this game of the nights you know having some self inflicted wounds that ultimately held them back. That's something they need to really strive to prevent because kind of the blackhawks players are obviously very skilled, but the skill level is only increase moving forward in the postseason. Yeah, it's funny like I have my list of things you know like what would Points things takeaways from. The series and all that sort of stuff in the one negative was especially the turnovers that was the one I had the big star next to and sad phase and all that sorta stuff because that was that was the glaring. Glaring negative that was that was what like you said, it kept the Blackhawks in in the series in in a lot of regarded kept them in some of those games. I feel like he kept them in game two, it allowed them to. Be Opportunistic, it allowed them to. Play kind of a conservative style which I thought was interesting that the blackhawks sort of chose to play that way I would have thought going into the series that they would try to open it up charted trade chances making a game like they did in November when they won I, think it was five three and and Patrick Kane was stretching the defense and they kept off wing you know high in the defensive. Zone in and really kind of tried to stretch that neutral zone. We didn't see a whole lot of that and I think some of it was those games were tight and they were close in the blackhawks felt like, hey, all we gotta do is jump on a mistake. The same way we did against Edmonton because they keep feeding them to us and I thought once the nights sort of cut that out in. And we're able to focus on the blackhawks skill. You know those are the moments that they really seem to take control of the series. So going forward I mean like you said, the teams are only GonNa get better. The Games are only to get more intense maybe you chalk up some of these turnovers to. Roster just not being sharp early on in the playoffs I. Don't know you know maybe we're far enough into it now that that can't be an excuse anymore and their timing, and all of that should be there. By definitely going forward that's the one thing if you're a coach. You'RE GONNA, throw up on the video and say, Hey, we gotta get this. Out of our game, I'm showing those clips and I'm saying this unacceptable. Remy Mark Stone mentioned it last night when they forced the Blackhawks to actually have to go two hundred feet to try to score on the blackhawks largely couldn't, and that just speaks to kind of the strength of the nights kind of structure when they're able to set up and all that stuff. So know if they can cut down the turnovers they. Are. Awfully. Awfully difficult to break down. We'll see whether their next opponent is going to be able to break the men. We'll see who their next opponent will be later on this week as a reminder, the nights options in the second round, our Arizona who once again might be eliminated actually by the time you're listening to this by Colorado but they would. Kind of the first choice if they do end up coming back from a three, one whole against the Avalanche Calgary, which is down three two to Dallas. would be next up if they manage to win the final two games. Of Their series and then kind of last option if. Both Arizona and Calgary are ultimately eliminated would be the winner of the Vancouver Saint Louis Serious both those opponents I would be pretty interesting match ups for the Golden Knights. Probably more audio goodness for you guys win that matchup is announced so we can preview it..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"In the game and all these guys are productive despite the fact that you know a lot of their linemates are either not in the lineup or banged up. Paul. stazzone was hurt for part of the series any missed two games Max Patriarchy missed one game and the other I three games he played in this series games one, three and four. He basically admitted that they were not the best games of his career. He didn't look like himself yet. He looked like a guy frankly hadn't played a competitive hockey game in five months, which, of course was true of him because he. was. Injured in training camp. Gosh. The bubble late had to self quarantine and couldn't appear in the exhibition or any of the Round Robin? Games. And then patron he comes back in scores goal it has an assist in game five to finally get on the board. So you know some mixed results from the top six Dave some starring performances, some guys that are still clearly kind of finding their group here in the postseason. So I guess, what does it say about the nights that they were able to move on rather easily despite the varying performances from the top six in do you expect even more from these guys moving forward? Yeah. I do let me I'm going to answer the question a little bit differently in in what I wanNA point out is. Is Much as. You know these guys were out in and they didn't have standing for the entire series and they didn't have Patrick obviously. At one hundred percent. The nights I, guess quote Unquote Stars. Really outperformed the blackhawks stars in the series for the most part Patrick Kane had three assists game in in and their star showed up last last night in. Game Five. Scored Cain scored they did their best but you know tastes had one goal in the series Kane had one goal in the series. Kubo leak I think had one debrincat had to have been quiet the whole time. One of them was an empty net goal. The nights did a really good job on the blackhawks stars, and then like you said, Riley Smith John at the march. So mark don't you know the nights guys were in the lineup that that they needed to lean on contributed and yeah, I do going forward you you would expect knocked Patrie to play better and if they're going to settle on a top six of you know Patty Carlson Stone. And then Marcha. So stazzone Smith. Those guys need a little bit. You know some game time developed a little bit of the chemistry get that back because guys have been in and out of the lineup in I do think it bodes well, you know that that they were able to find up plug guys in you got challenge Stevenson going from the first line to the fourth line you know one game to the next I mean I don't know how many teams have guys that can do that that have that sort of versatility i. Think you know as we talked about earlier in the show all that debt thin in that sort of stuff was really what separated the nights from the Blackhawks in this series and yeah, the Knights going forward. They're going to need Max to look like he did last night and produce like he did last night you know checking out of Mark Stone and William Carlson was a contributory you feel like if if they get the same type of contribution from Raleigh Smith Jonathan March so in healthy Pastas, Ni. They're going to match up with anybody they're going to be a tough team. You know for anybody to figure out who am I gonNA put my shutdown power against whom I going to put my shutdown line against I mean other coaches have to look at the tape and look at them and go. Yeah. That's you know this is tough for us. It's it's a little bit of pick your poison. No totally, you know another guy that I should throw in the mix. There has been Shaffi at or even though we were talking about forwards just because you know he's got two goals against the Blackhawks. He had three points is a really strong series for him and he continues to emerge as a force for this team. So we have some really good top level performances by the knights but I think there's even more to offer for that top group and we'll see if they're able to do it against. Whoever they end up facing a last thing that I wanNA talk about reflecting back on the series is You know like what stood out to you in kind of more of a negative way I think the big one that comes to mind for me early is the power play ultimately finishes one for ten. They get a really nice goal last night to kind of help them close out the series. Riley Smith has just incredible scene pass across his own to set up Alec Martinez for a one timer. But other than that, you know the power play wasn't generating offense nate Schmidt thought it got a lot better in game four where they are peppering Corey Crawford in his couldn't seem to find. A Finnish but was there anything? That you know suggested that are this isn't quite clicking the way it's supposed to be or was it even just a case of you now guys like Patrick weren't one hundred percent yet In terms of the power player just overall power play. So. Okay. Here's my hang up. I'm going to go back and I'm going to look at the numbers on. This is going to be a research project for me all right I disagree with the Knights decision to have patch already on the left side. Of their power play, he came back last night. They had marked stone on the right and him on the left I think Max. Patrick is better on the right circle in that right office and camped out there and I would argue without having the numbers to back it up that their power play was better during the regular season when he was in that spot. Rather than on the left hand side with Mark Stone and or Jonathan March. So there that's just kind of the if I'm going to be a a armchair coach in critique in whatever that's one thing that I would change Now as far as the numbers and whatever I guess you know partly to there's some credit the blackhawks to get because we about you know if the start of the series only previewed it, there is a little bit of inversion here in terms of you know strength on strength special teams wise know. Golden Knights had a pretty good power play in the regular season with the Blackhawks had a pretty penalty kill. So, maybe some of that was them maybe after give a little credit than obviously at least like you mention one of the Games was their best penalty killer.

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"blackhawks" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"Oh, not one of the tougher shots he faced that night but overall, he looked just so much better than he did in the round robin against Saint Louis, he was really really good in game three. And I bring this up because I think a lot of fans are still kind of weirded out by this I mean I'm still getting a lot of messages on twitter even just friends text me. I. Don't know about you. You know about people weird it out or just concerned or not happy that Marc Andre Fleury is not starting a lot of these games but for you. Was the way that pizza handled this goaltending situation surprising at all. So. Okay. I'm going to say no by I'm I'm going to admit there were a couple of things at the time that surprised me. One being I was surprised. I was surprised that flurries started game three only because when you look at it on the surface, you just assume, Okay Robin liners hot. He hasn't lost. Why would you bench the guy who's rolling along as you're starting goaltender you have a back to back usually the quote unquote number two guy plays the second game of the back to back. You know you figure. Okay. If it's three nothing for clinches as he feels good about himself, he's involved like it seemed oak you know it seemed like that right scenario but then I thought about a or and act on it and I'm Mike Okay. There were a couple of statements I, think peachable made. Choices on goaltenders throughout that series. Obviously, number one is that he chose Robin Leonard to play game one that he went away from any kind of rotation and gave Robin Leonard. Back. To Back Games he played Colorado in any played game one. I think without saying he's the starter. He declared him the start lots as close as he can do without actually saying it, and then I think there's a couple other statements in there in. The way that he handled the back to back I think is actually one of them because I I think in retrospect what he's saying with that is it was more important for Robin Leonard a play game for that if they were down or if they were up to one. that. He wanted Robin Leonard in that situation to go up three one. Than Make It. To two. and. Or if flurry wins that game, I want Robin Leonard to close it out. And then the other statement I think is that he'd started robin entering game five because like you said, flurry played really well in game three. And Leonard gives up the goal if we're GONNA, start nitpicking in the in the first period of game four, where if we're going to have a whole conversation RV age and and all that sort of fun stuff, we could veer into that but that's a bad goal Matthew Heimer scored from below the goal line. You can't give that up and Robin. Lehner Accepted responsibility for after the game but if you're a coach and you have these two goalies if you're going to pick. You know. Would flurry deserve to start game five in and Pete the? No. I want this man, you know I want Robin. Leonard. Closing it out I want this guy is my starting going he's my number one. And so I I think in looking back it maybe not surprised but I just think there were some some strong statements in there when you read into it as to what the goaltending situation is in. Yeah I got the same texts in tweets from people DMZ. That sort of stuff with what's going on and he said he was gonNA play two goaltenders on all that and well yeah, he did he didn't around Robin and he stuck to his word but right now you know he feels like Ronald Liners the number one goaltender in. His choice in in his selection. Before each game has has shown that. Yeah and to be cleared Peterborough saying that he has to starting goalies that he wants to play both goalies. Because He. Doesn't know what's going to happen. You're not going to say Yeah Robin Leonard Is My guy and Marc Andre can now go click mothballs because what if all of a sudden you know God forbid Robin Leonard Tears, his hamstring or something, and then all of a sudden you need flurry the rest of the postseason and now flurries you know theoretically grumbling a Little bit like well I'm wasn't even the guy and now all of a sudden he's like trying to butter me up and say that I'm a starter like I. Don't like that out that slurry would necessarily act that way because is you know basically always been professional in his career but basically, if your pizza bore, there's no reason to go into A. Press conference in anoint one of these guys your starter. But in this case actions speak louder words and his actions certainly seemed to indicate that he trusts Robin Lehner right now more to help this team when playoff games and get close to the Stanley. Cup and there's plenty of things in Leonard is recent track record both with the nights where he is. Now, seven one with the team with the one loss being when he just face it incredible goaltender at the other end in Corey Crawford in game four, and just the last two seasons because leaner was of course of trophy finalist last year whereas Marc Andre Fleury is coming off a down season for him frankly. So you see the logic nypd bore is. Choosing to go with Robin, Leonard Even. Though fans obviously have this longer history in this bigger attachment to Marc. Andre. Fleury..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"It all. See I disagree with you I think that there should be nothing wrong with you've been able to recruit new fans to your team. You know that's ridiculous. So you don't want to. You don't want any fans for you don't want people to suddenly say I like that. White Sox team I'M A fan. Well, I don't want people to like act like they've been there the whole time that's my problem is. There's so many diehard white sox fans who stuck through the team with how many consecutive bad seasons are I don't want people to come in thinking like Oh. Wow it's cool to be white sox out. So I'm just GONNA be White. SOX Family No. No, that's not how it works. Not at all. You can wear white socks share you can do whatever you watch White Sox game I'm sure everyone will appreciate that but do not act like you're a die hard because you're not you`re Not Well, and that's something that the blackhawks are seeing. They were able to light a spark under the city. Everybody was wearing red everybody became a blackhawks fan, and now they're trying to catch fire again and hope that this Stanley Cup play a qualifier is going help kind of reignite that excitement for the team we bring in a couple of guys where a member of that two thousand and ten blackhawks team to talk a little bit about that greatest season ever really thinking. Stewart..

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"blackhawks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"blackhawks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Blackhawks win at five three in Pittsburgh, another half hour to go here on the Chicago Blackhawks postgame show. I'm Chris Boden. Coming up ahead. We'll hear from Drake could Julia on becoming a Blackhawk. We'll also take a spin around the rest of the NHL scoreboard on this night. Relive this five three Blackhawks victory as well. As you heard it here on WGN and also look ahead to the next game, which is coming up fast tomorrow night at the United Center, but for the here and now it's time for the news at ten thirty. Sponsored by joint relief institute to the WGN newsroom again. Here's Roger badesch flavor much. Chris Cook County board president twenty preckwinkle. Now says she's going to get back one hundred sixteen thousand dollars that was raised at a campaign fundraiser that federally indicted ultimate Edberg hosted at his home last January. It's an about face after preckwinkle originally said last week, she had no financial dealings with the alderman break. Winkle also removed burqas chair of the Cook County Democratic Party judicial slating committee preckwinkle is the Democratic Party chair in Cook County. President Trump standing by his demands for funding for border wall as another round of shutdown talks fails to break an impasse house. Democrats say they'll pass individual bills to reopened some agencies Republicans want the interior department. Find money re staff national parks after rowing concerns about upkeep and public safety. At least three taxi drivers were robbed at gunpoint in the Mayfair Jefferson park neighborhoods within the same week under similar circumstances drivers where each dispatched a pick up fares and ended up being a group of young men. Three suspects all appear to be between the ages of sixteen and twenty two in the first two incidents, only the cab drivers personal property was taken in the third the cab was stolen. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. It's been ten years since the two.

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