A trip to New York reminded Joe Maddon of the nowhere-to-hide scrutiny that comes with this job. But having no OFF switch must sound ideal to someone who loves the bright lights.
Coach Joel Quenneville was wrapping up an interview, one of the first he’d done since the Winter Classic ended and the cameras that had followed the Blackhawks around leading up to it.
He’s healthy and ahead of schedule but the White Sox still wanted Nate Jones to wait an extra five weeks to start his throwing program.
Carmelo Anthony’s return to Chicago may not meet expectations if the Knicks’ superstar isn’t able to play on Thursday night.