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jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
jhawk59
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 02.15.2013

Nov 25 @ 8:24 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded
paulr
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: YYZ
Joined: 06.26.2011

Nov 25 @ 10:09 AM ET
I thought it was Thanksgiving, not Groundhog Day?
HawkintheD
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Sick Bay, MI
Joined: 02.22.2012

Nov 25 @ 11:17 AM ET
I thought it was Thanksgiving, not Groundhog Day?
- paulr


He was really serious about making that point.

vabeachbear
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Ft Courage - out in the middle of Indian Country
Joined: 10.17.2011

Nov 25 @ 11:34 AM ET
Fist and foremost and .more important than anything I write, is to give thankfulness to Theo for bis outstanding job. Your coverage and analysis is spot on. I am in the crowd whom appreciates your analysis of the Icehogs too. Sweet spot to go to see how Blackhawks performed as well Rockford players are faring - lots of hockey. Watching by you.

Alright....after the better individual and team defense since King took the reigns, I re-visit the thoughts previously discussed regarding trades

I don't anticipate any, and I don't really want to see anything other than veterans moved at trade deadline. You may think it is time maybe after the season to trade Kane and Toews. No way for several reasons

Age, wear and tear, and value are the red flags for teams to want Toews. His leadership. No way you are trading for that. Toews even playing more than a version of #2 and #3 center, is not going to be for long. Whether he comes back better than the health issues he has in the early stage of this season, is practicly a moot point. Because will he want to play after his contract ends. For how much and is the amount satisfy the owner and the player? You Won't receive anything better than him. For a #3 round. Please just let him finish as a lifelong Blackhawk. And beside, does he have enthusiasm to play for another team?

Kane in shape, not I Jared, and motivated. It could come together. But we need a top CENTER so that both the center and Kane see offensive success coming. Cmon' Kane has a couple or more big point seasons in him if his team compliments one of the top premiere players in Kane. Going to.need a good center extracted from the draft. Otherwise I don't expect a trade for a center for Kane. Perhaps ⁷, Kubalik even Kurashev for an equally talented center. Dream of Murphy and Kubalik for a prospect center....where else, how else do you land a center. If we have our #1 2022, this center we .ight be in position to draft (or not draft) is NHL ready, developed in two years or more. The 2023 #1 is so far away to even contemplate

The dynamic duo is Kane and DeBrincat but they are not nearly as potent if either is traded.

Who wants to go forward without either Toews or Kane. Not myself. I want to win with young guys moving in but not to replace them. I am certain that Davidson realizes his team is not getting the best Kane can give. I don't know how he can consider trading Kane or Toews. I will give Davidson credit for not being a dumb cookie. Neither is traded

- jhawk59



You do know you can delete your posts................

Oh and Happy Thanksgiving all
HawkintheD
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Sick Bay, MI
Joined: 02.22.2012

Nov 25 @ 11:07 AM ET
You have the floor J. How many pages you need there buddy?
I Am The Breadman
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Richton Park, IL
Joined: 09.16.2018

Nov 25 @ 11:52 AM ET
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you & your families. Be safe if you're traveling.

Slainte
HawkintheD
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Sick Bay, MI
Joined: 02.22.2012

Nov 25 @ 11:14 AM ET
The floor is yours J. How many pages ya need there buddy?
scottak
Location: I am serious. And don't call me Shirley!
Joined: 08.06.2010

Nov 25 @ 11:48 AM ET
First and foremost, you can delete the multiple posts by clicking on the trash can in the upper right of the post(s).
I Am The Breadman
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Richton Park, IL
Joined: 09.16.2018

Nov 25 @ 11:56 AM ET
Happy Thanksgiving to you and all of your families. Safe travels.

Slainte
boilermaker100
Chicago Blackhawks
Joined: 06.23.2015

Nov 25 @ 12:24 PM ET
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th and 15th foremost, Happy Thanksgiving to all.
mohel
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: IL
Joined: 02.08.2013

Nov 25 @ 1:19 PM ET
I thought it was Thanksgiving, not Groundhog Day?
- paulr


That's very well played, Chief.
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