On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, Pat Boyle takes the show on the road to Jeremy Roenick’s first ever Hockey School. A trio of Blackhawks & USA Hockey legends join the podcast: Jeremy Roenick, Patrick Kane and Chris Chelios.
They all share camp stories from when they were kids and how the youth talent level in the Chicagoland area has improved during the Hawks recent Cup runs.
Kane tells us if Panarin has responded to his post trade text and JR lets us know how the Breadman’s departure is not easy on Patrick.
They also discuss the crossroads the Hawks are at this season and Kane explains how it can’t be the core players and young guys this season, it needs to be a total team effort
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For the past decade, NBA stars have moved away from trying to beat down each other on the court and have instead looked to form superteams in an effort to maximize their chances at winning a title or building a dynasty.
There's a debate to be had whether that's good or bad for the game, but the offseason drama has gotten under the skin of one former NHL player who has seen enough.
Jeremy Roenick, former Blackhawks winger and current NHL on NBC analyst, took to Twitter to voice his opinion surrounding the drama amid the Kyrie Irving situation evolving in Cleveland, and he didn't hold back:
Do you agree or disagree?
Jeremy Roenick is one of the most recognizable faces in the hockey world, but NBC wanted to send JR undercover at the NHL All-Star Game for some fun.
Roenick slapped on a big beard, some fake hair, a baseball cap and a Vancouver Canucks jersey and walked around, interacting with fans during the All-Star festivites.
Roenick pretended he was from Mississippi and knew nothing about hockey as he fired some slapshots and ultimately got kicked out of a shooting drill.
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The best part for Chicagoans will be when JR calls Jonathan Toews "toes," which is definitely something every Blackhawks fan has heard from an uneducated individual at some point in their fandom.
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