Well, that failed.
the team will be taking on the Vancouver Canucks. This is a do-or-die game.
Although wins are a rare commodity, the team play has seen major improvements recently.
Dylan Strome and Alex DeBrincat reignited some old chemistry on the ice last season with the Blackhawks and came together to score a combined 133 points.
Yes I didn't do a Whose To Say last week but we're back this week with a little sibling rivalry. Today we're going to talk about the 2 eldest of the Strome brothers.
Alex DeBrincat started his NHL career on fire and that fire has only spread in his second season.
If I'm honest, a large chunk of what I write are what I call "Player Pieces" and I love writing them more than anything else.
In his short time with the Blackhawks since being traded, Dylan Strome has been absolutely thriving.
With a 5 game win streak, the Chicago Blackhawks have flipped the script on their season so far.
Last night, the Chicago Blackhawks traded Nick Schmaltz for Dylan Storme and Brendan Perlini.