Brian Campbell joins the Steve Cochran Show for Breakfast with a Blackhawk. Brian says that the team has been playing some good hockey and he thinks the 8th team will get in with around 90 wins. Brain also comments on doing something he calls the “Daddy Skate” where he picks his kids up and races around the rink.
Jeremy Colliton joins the Steve Cochran Show after the crazy Blackhawks loss to the Devils yesterday. Colliton says that he’s still learning the team but he thinks they bounce back pretty well. He said that when he pulls a goalie, sometimes it’s for the goalie and sometimes it’s for the team. He didn’t think it was fair to keep Ward in the game last night.
Scott King, fittingly, did NOT wear his “100” glasses – since this is the 101st Blackhawks Crazy Podcast. But he & Chris Boden put on their thinking caps & think waaay too alike on some postseason predictions & awards. That all comes after their discussion of Wednesday’s performance versus the Preds. The guys also play some clips from interviews with Erik Gustafsson, Henri Jokiharju and new Assistant Coach Sheldon Brookbank.
Jeremy Colliton joins the Steve Cochran ahead of their big matchup against Nashville tonight. Colliton says he wouldn’t phrase it as a quality loss but he agrees the team is playing better. Coach says that he’s hoping for a bounce back win tonight.
Scott King is both sick and silly (or maybe just loopy) recognizing the 100th Blackhawks Crazy Podcast. He and Chris Boden break down the Winter Classic games and experiences, and hear from Stan Bowman on a variety of topics after Monday’s trade with Edmonton. Plus, we’ll hear Chris talk with Commissioner Gary Bettman on the Hawks’ popularity, and other issues in the game.
Chris Boden and Scott King take into the final week of 2018 with a Very Merry Blackhawks Crazy Podcast, despite Sunday’s outcome. You’ll hear from Jeremy Colliton after the season-high 3-game winning streak ended as the guys discuss the positive factors over the past couple of weeks. Plus scouting boss Mark Kelley discusses the seven ‘Hawks prospects he drafted that will take part in the World Junior Championships.