Well, this offseason is off to a great start. For the link-shy, what that says there is Ian Mitchell is returning to Denver University for his junior season. That has been speculated on these pages and elsewhere, but now it’s official. Which puts the Hawks in something of a bind. Of their
I think we can all agree, which sadly the organization won’t, that if you’re a team that has given up two of the eight 30-shot periods in NHL HISTORY, your blue line probably needs rebuilding from scratch. Blow it all up, start over, you lost. Maybe you can pick through the scraps and keep one […]
I should have learned long ago that your first instinct is usually the right one. You can review and hem and haw and contemplate, but generally the first thing you thought, or your first reaction, tends to be where you end up no matter how long and arduous the journey is. When the Hawks drafted […]
Stats gathered from NaturalStatTrick.com, NHL.com, hockey-reference.com, unless otherwise linked. Imagine you’re Jeremy Colliton. You’re young, allegedly great at communicating, and coming off a deep Calder Cup run. You’re the lad in waiting behind a legendary coach who looks to have lost the room, and who’s certainly and ironically fallen out of the Brain Trust’s circle
As we come down the home stretch, the full crew discusses one of the only remaining things left, the bevy of late season call ups and what the portend to next season. As always, the podcast does not require a subscription, grab the audio after the jump.