Corn mazes and hockey have one thing thing in common, both make anxiety levels spike at the worst possible times.
Andrew Shaw saw his father tear up for the first time. Bryan Bickell had a breakout postseason and earned himself a new four-year contract.
It was a start that defied odds, an eye-popping record that had even the most casual hockey fan recognizing what was happening in the city of Chicago.
Coach Joel Quenneville knows the feeling of winning and hoisting that Stanley Cup. He knows the feeling of watching the Chicago Blackhawks players do the same.