Found February 14, 2012 on
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Got a late tip just after posting this from a top source: the Hawks are in on the Nash bidding; they are putting together a substantial offer for Blue Jacket management that I am told does not include Patrick Kane. Clearly, due to Nash's salary, it would have to include other core or near core player(s). More as I hear it.
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from ESPNChicago, The free-falling Chicago Blackhawks need a goaltender, and they can afford to trade All-Star Patrick Kane to get one, former Hawk and current NBC analyst Jeremy Roenick said Wednesday….
“Everybody knows I am a huge Patrick Kane fan, but when you’re talking something of this nature, is Patrick Kane dealable? As much as I don’t want to say it, they can afford...
The Chicago Blackhawks are in the midst of a nine-game losing skid, but current NBC analyst Jeremy Roenick believes he sees a potential long-term solution to their woes.
"Everybody knows I am a huge Patrick Kane fan, but when you're talking something of this nature, is Patrick Kane dealable? As much as I don't want to say it, they can afford to get rid of Patrick Kane...
Evander Kane is an excellent young hockey player. He always has been, from his time with the Vancouver Giants to his Natt Cooke knockout punch. He is also 20 years old, and playing in a market that is absolutely insane with happiness regarding the fact that they have an NHL team again. It's understandable that Winnipeg Jets fans are excited about having a guy on their team...
from Steve Rosenbloom of the Chicago Tribune, The problem isn’t Quenneville. It’s the players, both those who are here and those who aren’t.
The Hawks’ best players are some of their worst. See the power play for details.
No, wait. That would be letting the guilty off too easily. Naming names:
Patrick Kane has one goal on the trip. One. This, from a guy who can’t kill...
The free-falling Chicago Blackhawks are in need of a goaltender, and they can afford to trade All-Star Patrick Kane to get one, former Hawk and current NBC analyst Jeremy Roenick said Wednesday.
Kane: 'I don't think you can get on him about what's happened here lately'Publicly, Joel Quenneville's demeanor usually ranges from stoic to reserved with an occasional dose of unruffled. But an eight-game losing streak has a way of changing a coach, as Patrick Kane revealed Monday when asked if the Blackhawks coach had blown his stack lately.