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Stan Can’t Overcome The Fear

It’s always a little hard to judge what a team does at the deadline. We’re not on the phones, we don’t know what the other offers were, so at the end of the day you can’t really say the Hawks didn’t get enough for what they did decide to move along. This may have been […]
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It Was Over Before Last Night

I understand the feeling that the Hawks season ended last night. If there was ever going to be one last charge to stand up and be counted, it was returning home for two games before going back on the road. It was seeing a non playoff team. It was having one last chance to prove […]
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Deadline Possibilities

Leave it to Elliotte Friedman to angry up my blood in his 31 Thoughts this week: 7. I do think Colorado checked out Corey Crawford. But Robin Lehner’s future ties into Chicago’s decision. Lehner’s performance during Chicago’s 5-3 loss to Edmonton raised eyebrows. Not because he was bad or anything, but because he was “quiet.” Lehner plays a […]
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Atop the Sugar Pile: Go West, Young Man

As the Hawks venture into the western reaches of Canada, let’s look at who’s hot and who’s not: The Dizzying Highs Brandon Saad. Playing on a line with Patrick Kane will always help your scoring no matter who you are, but there’s no reason to nitpick. Saad has been putting the puck in the net […]
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