After any losing streak, most fanbases start checking the closet for torches and ptichforks (I think they're next to the snow shovel).
Generally the answer to what ails their teams' aren't that complex and don't require physical intervention.
Especially for a good team, which most agree the Hawks are. Sometimes it's the coaches who go to the firebomb when a simple hammer was needed. The Hawks don't require any of that right now. Here's a couple simple things that will help straighten out the Hawks play.
-Put Hossa snd Toews together with Brunette: Instead of blowing up the lineup and hoping the debris falls back to Earth in a usuable fashion, a scalpel approach would be better. While splitting up the wonderful understanding Hossa and Patrick Kane have established, Patrick Sharp's game also depends on working with Kane. And Sharp doesn't mesh with other pieces nearly as well as Hossa does. Hossa and Toews have done well together in the past, and Toews would benefit from someone else ...