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The Chicago Blackhawks are in hell

By: Alex Patt On Tuesday night, I was sitting 14 rows from the ice at the United Center. The boos rained down from the stands as the clock ticked to zero to seal a 4-1 Blackhawks loss against the Islanders in their home opener. The Blackhawks fell to 0-3-1 and they have yet to haveContinue reading “The Chicago Blackhawks are in hell”

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Remembering the Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Stanley Cup win 11 years later

By: Alex Patt June 9, 2010. It was a beautiful day in the Chicagoland area, and also a long one. The Blackhawks were one win away from capturing their first Stanley Cup since 1961, and they could clinch it that night in Philadelphia. All I could think about the night before and that entire dayContinue reading “Remembering the Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Stanley Cup win 11 years later”

Remembering the night Brent Seabrook exorcised ghosts of the past

By: Alex Patt The second I heard Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook was retiring, my mind immediately went to game 7 of the 2013 second round. That magical night back in 2013 not only paved the way to a dynasty, but redeemed years of torture at the hands of the Detroit Red Wings. Let meContinue reading “Remembering the night Brent Seabrook exorcised ghosts of the past”

I am really hoping we will see Jonathan Toews play again

By: Alex Patt It was really tough to hear that long-time Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was not going to play to start the 2021 season. Toews is suffering from an undisclosed illness, and his timetable to return to the ice is unknown. He was officially placed on long-term IR back on January 14th. HockeyContinue reading “I am really hoping we will see Jonathan Toews play again”