"They told me I've got to grow a gray mustache for as long as I want to coach this team," said Colliton. "Apparently Hawks fans are so in love with Joel Quenneville's facial hair that every coach they have in the future has to grow a mustache just like his."
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"It's so crazy that American hockey makes you play games broken up into four quarters," said 19-year-old Jokiharju, who is originally from Finland. "And why is the fourth quarter always sudden death? I just don't get it."
"If the Stanley Cup spends the off-season bouncing from one Vegas club to the other, I worry about Phil," said Cindy. "He is always in the middle of the fray and very susceptible to negative influences."
After Scott Foster, the 36-year-old Oak Park accountant who had never played in the NHL, came into last Thursday's game as an emergency goalie for a rare Blackhawks win, Joel Quenneville has announced the team's decision to make some drastic changes at goal.
The calendar might read 2018, but apparently some Blackhawks fans think it's still an era long ago when it was socially acceptable to openly ridicule a stranger because of the color of their skin.