Blackhawks pre and post game host Chris Boden and ‘Hawks insider Scott King chat with the Blackhawks vice president of amateur scouting Mark Kelley and preview the 2018 NHL Draft which takes place in Dallas this weekend.
Chris Boden & Scott King have lots to discuss since the last edition, from the Blackhawks making C.M. Punk cry, to Ovi & the Caps capturing (& really really really celebrating) the Cup. Plus Rocky’s words of warning, the draft, Rumorville, and a way to watch several Hawks & other NHL players compete against each other here in town this summer.
In the latest Blackhawks Crazy Podcast,”Captain America” Patrick Kane, the Loss of Hoss, the Knights’ Golden expansion season, plus Chris Boden lets you hear from Cody Franson and John Hayden after the Icehogs’ overtime loss Tuesday that puts them on the brink of playoff elimination.
On the latest Blackhawks Crazy podcast, Scott King & Chris Boden check in on the performances of ‘Hawks players participating in the World Championships and take a closer look at Rockford’s perfect start to the Calder Cup playoffs (including interviews with Victor Ejdsell and Carl Dahlstrom). Plus, how the Stanley Cup playoffs have shaken down heading into the Conference Finals.
The Blackhawks may be home for the playoffs but their top minor league team isn’t. Chris Boden & Scott King discuss some of the prospects who’ve helped the IceHogs move within a win of the second round, hearing from Matthew Highmore & Colin Delia. Plus, 1st round NHL thoughts, the only two Hawks we still see regularly in this postseason, and….Beef-A-Roo.
The Blackhawks coaches and management had their exit meetings with players following their first non-playoff season in a decade. Chris Boden and Scott King discuss some of the important points as Stan Bowman, Joel Quenneville, and players spoke with the media, from core players needing to be better, to Bowman’s free agent plans, to Corey Crawford and the goalie situation.
Chris Boden and Scott King breakdown 6’5, 213-lb. forward Victor Ejdsell’s NHL debut in the Blackhawks’ 4-3 OT loss to the Sharks on Monday. Plus, “Sikura Watch” nears an end as former Northeastern winger Dylan Sikura is expected to play in Thursday’s contest.