After struggling to find their footing in October, the month of November represented hope and promise for the Chicago Blackhawks.
No matter what, through his ups and downs, Rose never forgot his hometown and he’s always given back to the city. For those who don’t understand the love he gets whenever he returns, who don’t understand the calls for his jersey to hang atop the United Center, start there.
Is there hope on the horizon for the Hawks? The month of November will be very challenging with the conclusion of a four game road trip to start the month.
Check out what some of our most devoted hoop-heads have to say about the rebuilding team’s chances this year.
In attending the Hawks’ Training Camp Festival it was surprising how many fans still have strong interest in the club despite them missing the playoffs the previous two seasons.
The emotion Rose provoked in the city, in Bulls fans was illuminating — so much could be learned by the observance of what fueled that emotion and what dividing lines were exposed as disappointment and frustration became twin pillars of his career.
A lot of work needs to be done before the Hawks are back in the NHL’s upper echelon, but at this season’s end there is hope that something good lies at the other end of the rainbow.
The Bulls have gone 5-3 since February 13, their best record in any eight-game stretch this season..does this really mean they have some hope for the future?
Entering the home stretch of the regular season we haven’t seen the Chicago Blackhawks get a second wind, its been more like the Hawks have been gasping for air.
An 8-2 record in their last 10 games, along with a recent seven-game win streak, suggests that the Hawks are suddenly primed for a playoff run.