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Deadspin.com has photos of Patrick Kane having a good time at a number of parties at the University of Wisconsin last weekend. The stories are pretty wild, and leave a lot to the imagination. My sources echo what Jay Zawaski … Continue reading →
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Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane doesn't have to worry about those pesky playoffs any longer after the Phoenix Coyotes knocked his team out of the running for a second Stanley Cup. But don't fret! The young master Kane has a reputation of being something of a party-boy and he took to the streets of Madison, Wisconsin to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Along the way he somehow...
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Professional sports team have PR departments. Usually, they're meant to foster good will amongst the community and to get people's butts in seats. Unfortunately, sometimes they have to play cover-up to their athletes' questionable actions. Each professional sports league's had a guy to goof up, not realizing that as a public entertainment...
As the playoffs continue without the Chicago Blackhawks, fans have already started making lists of free agents the team should target. There are two primary concerns being expressed by everyone surrounding Chicago: they need another top-four defenseman (preferably physical), and … 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...
Here is how the Blackhawks’ players are doing at the 2012 World Championships tournament in Helsinki and Stockholm (stats thru Thursday, May 10): Patrick Sharp, Canada 4 games, 1 goal, 4 assists, 5 points, +1 Duncan Keith, Canada 4 games, … Continue reading →
The CBC’s Elliotte Friedman offers a “30 Thoughts” column jam-packed with scuttlebutt regarding the Flyers’ ouster, the Predators’ free agents, Montreal’s coaching search and at least ten other topics, but his main focus involves why he believes the Chicago Blackhawks allowed Joel Quenneville to fire Mike Haviland—and Friedman believes that it comes down to a fractionation...