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from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, • Guaranteed to happen the moment the Blackhawks dismiss general manager Stan Bowman: Père Scotty Bowman will leave his role as a senior advisor in Chicago and return to Montreal in a similar capacity to work beside GM Marc Bergevin.
Marc Crawford, we’re told by an informed operative, essentially has no chance to be hired by Bergevin as the Canadiens head coach.
The question being asked is whether Crawford — out of the league this season following his dismissal in Dallas after 2010-11 — would be willing to make his return behind the bench as Quenneville’s assistant coach in Chicago, 17 seasons after Quenneville served as Crawford’s assistant in Colorado for the 1995-96 Stanley Cup champion Avalanche.
• Perhaps if the Predators simply had suspended Alexander Radulov and Andrei Kostitsyn for breaking curfew without the self-serving but ultimately self-destructive chest-pounding “This isn’t who we are!” proclamation, the matter would not have turned...
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<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="Last week Blackhawks center/winger Patrick Kane got drunk. Not just a little drunk. Not just pretty drunk. Kaner got girl-choking-fight-starting-kicked-out-of-bars ******* drunk.
This is the latest entry in Kane's eventual...
Is Patrick Kane on his way out of town? Are the Chicago Blackhawks sick of his antics? The team is not answering any media requests at all regarding Kaner’s allegedly getting drunk, passing out at a bar, choking a woman, hurling anti-Semitic slurs while getting kicked out of a party at the University of Wisconsin.
The Hawks aren’t even bothering to do damage control or enact...
These days it seems there are more photos circulating of Patrick Kane off the ice than on the ice.
Patrick Kane, shown in this file photo, has proven to create as many reactions for his off-ice activity as much as his time on the ice.
His latest antics, in Madison, Wis., have proven to be memorable, laughable, but, also, disrespectful. A mixture of emotions pried from...
This past weekend, Chicago Blackhawks All Star Patrick Kane went to spend some time at the University of Wisconsin with his pals. However, he didn’t just “spend some time” there, he lived up every single second of it.
Or at least he tried to.
If you haven’t seen or heard about the Deadspin story, it recaps Kane’s black out-drunk experience in Madison. He got kicked out...
from Rick Morrissey of the Chicago Sun-Times, Twenty-three-year-olds still have some wild oats to sow. I was 23 once and so were many of you. But we weren’t representing an NHL hockey team. We didn’t score the goal that won the Stanley Cup for the Hawks. Our lives weren’t very public….
If you Googled “Patrick Kane’’ on Saturday, the first item that came up was “Patrick...
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It would appear that Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane needs to grow up and start acting like an adult and not a punk. Also, maybe Kane could learn a think or two from his fellow teammate Jonathan Toews on how to behave in public and not some spoiled brat.
After a subpar postseason series against the Coyotes during which he had four assists in the six-game...
Here’s an update on the Blackhawks playing at the World Championships through Saturday’s action: Duncan Keith, Canada 6 games, 1 goal, 8 assists, 9 points, +7 Patrick Sharp, Canada 6 games, 1 goal, 5 assists, 6 points, +2 Marcus Kruger, Sweden 6 … Continue reading →
from David Shoalts of the Globe and Mail, There is an extraordinary situation in Chicago where head coach Joel Quenneville and general manager Stan Bowman now have an uneasy peace after months of conflict both in and out of the public eye.
Both Bowman and Quenneville will now go about their jobs under the demanding presence of Blackhawks president John McDonough, who does not hesitate...
On Monday morning, Dale Hunter stepped down as the head coach of the Washington Capitals. He needs to now become the top candidate to replace Mike Haviland on the Chicago Blackhawks bench. There are a number of factors to consider … Continue reading →
USHL Waterloo Black Hawks goalie Stephon Williams made a glove side save against the Lincoln Stars, sans the glove.
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For that, we go to the United States Hockey League...Waterloo Black Hawks goaltender Stephon Williams lost his glove, but he made the save with his bare hand. It was the best of his 29 saves in a 6-2 win over Lincoln to advance to the Clark Cup Finals. ((HT: Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier))