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On Sunday night, Hockey Night in Canada gave the hockey world the following: So we can apparently add Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville’s name to the list of candidates in Montreal. Whether or not he would leave Chicago is up for … Continue reading →
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Since Rocky Wirtz was given control of the Chicago Blackhawks, they have been no stranger to the rumor mill. From adding high priced free agents to making bold changes both on and behind the bench, the Blackhawks have been a … Continue reading →
This may not matter much to the average hockey fan, but gathering what I’m reading from the media on Twitter, this coaching move by the Chicago Blackhawks might mean that a) Joel Quenneville’s staying because someone else’s head has rolled for him and/or b) that the rolling head is about to find a new coaching position with another NHL team:
The Chicago Blackhawks announced...
from Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune, Stan Bowman doesn’t comment on rumors or speculation. What the Blackhawks general manager does do, however, is answer direct questions.
So when asked Monday if Joel Quenneville would return as the team’s coach next season — despite growing whispers that new Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin would somehow orchestrate things so his close friend...
Chicago Blackhawks stud Patrick Kane was in Madison, Wisconsin over the weekend for the Mifflin Street party, an annual rite of spring for Wisconsin students who’ve bored of bonging beers and chasing tail at house parties all winter. Time to hit the streets! Kaner, a 23-year-old legendary partier, did it up in Wisky, even wearing a fratty shirt and a sweet blue hat so he blended...
On Monday morning, the Blackhawks announced a move in their front office. Norm Maciver has been promoted to the position of assistant general manager, replacing Marc Bergevin. Bergevin left to take the GM job in Montreal last week. Maciver has been … Continue reading →
Many hockey veterans have traded in their sticks and skates for golf clubs and balls. Not Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane. He swapped his gear for a bottle of any liquor he can find and his drinking shoes.
Kaner enjoyed the weekend celebrating Cinco de Mayo at the University of Wisconsin. He recently rejected an invite to play for Team USA at the World Hockey Championships...
The Chicago Blackhawks have fired assistant coach Mike Haviland.
Haviland has spent the last four seasons as an assistant, joining the staff in July 2008, a little more than two months before Joel Quenneville became head coach. Haviland also coached the team's American Hockey League affiliates in Norfolk, Va., from 2005-07 and Rockford from 2007-08.
The Blackhawks finished...
On Sunday, the third team from the Central Division was bounced out of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs when the LA Kings swept the division-winning St. Louis Blues. What we’ve seen is the Kings, who were the eight seed, hammer the … Continue reading →
It’s quite possible Chicago Blackhawks Coach Joel Quenneville may not be back next season, even if he is under contract. Coach Q. and the Montreal Canadiens could be a perfect fit.
One relationship that appears to be anything but perfect is that between Quenneville and GM Stan Bowman. It’s actually rather strained.
Hockey Night in Canada Hotstove regarding the future of Montreal’s...
This is the one weekend, or at least the one day that people pretend to care about horse racing, so it’s high time we talk about someone who actually does truly care about horseracing. Chicago Blackhawks tv analyst Eddie Olczyk, is almost into equestrian matters as he is into hockey.
Olczyk, who currently is working the New York Rangers-Washington Capitals series, won a cup...
First, Ron MacLean believes Giroux will be suspended.
Then, in a perfect world the next Habs coach could be Joel Quenneville.
Also mentioned as a coaching candidate is Marc Crawford.
Mike Gillis meets with the Vancouver owner tomorrow to discuss the future of the Canucks, including the coach.
Also some discussion on the Predators plus will the NHL look at the puck shot over...