Sunday, July 12, 2020

Heckler Video: John Scott destroys Westgarth Thunderstruck mashup

All right you blood-thirsty Blackhawks lovers. Enjoy this mashup of John Scott beating the living crap out of Kevin Westgarth Saturday night.

Turco asks Huet for advice on handling backup role

The 2010-2011 campaign has been a rough one so far for Marty Turco, the Blackhawks goalie and main free agent acquisition coming into this season. Turco, a seven-year starter for the Dallas Stars and former All-Star, was deemed the starting goalie immediately upon his signing, but has seen significantly diminished playing time recently. Corey Crawford, a guy most Hawks fans have no idea started a few games last year, has been the man between the pipes for five of the Hawk’s previous six games.

Huet sending sarcastic texts to Turco after each Crawford victory

After a Blackhawks victory against the Stars last week, former Hawks starting goalie Cristobal Huet sent current goalie Marty Turco a text message sarcastically congratulating him on a victory with backup Goalie Corey Crawford in the net.

Hossa’s wife not letting him hang out with Kane while both are injured

According to reports from his wife, Marian Hossa is "absolutely, positively, not allowed" to socialize with fellow injured Hawks star Patrick Kane until they are back on the ice.

Quenneville’s mustache added to fourth line

Injuries and inconsistent play have caused Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville to juggle player lines more than usual this season. Everybody from rarely-deployed defenseman Jordan Hendry to a seemingly random stream of Rockford Ice Hogs has made an appearance at forward for the Hawks.

Duncan Keith loses dentures while caroling

In 2010 Duncan Keith won a gold medal, a Norris Trophy and the Stanley Cup. In fact, the only thing he lost this past year was half his menacing grin. Now the dentures meant to replace those seven teeth may have been lost as well.

Flyers prove Crosby isn’t God after all

Hockey fans nationwide breathed a huge sigh of relief Tuesday as Sidney Crosby and the Penguins were knocked off the pedestal of a 12-game winning streak losing to rival Philadelphia Flyers. The Penguins made no excuses for themselves during the post-game media conference, except Sidney Crosby who was quick to point fingers at fellow teammate Evgeni Malkin.