Hawks Talk Podcast: Blackhawks find 'Energy Line' before they hit the Vegas Strip

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Hawks Talk Podcast: Blackhawks find 'Energy Line' before they hit the Vegas Strip

On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, Pat Boyle and Tracey Myers discuss the "Energy Line" of Lance Bouma, Tommy Wingels and John Hayden.

The also look at how video replay hasn’t gone the Hawks' way this season and the dangerous hit that Ryan Hartman received from Zack Kassian.

They also preview the matchup with the surprise of the NHL, the Vegas Golden Knights, and the issues the expansion team has in net.

Take a listen below:

Blackhawks Talk Podcast: Nick Schmaltz isn’t the only one returning; guess who is back in the booth?!

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: Nick Schmaltz isn’t the only one returning; guess who is back in the booth?!

On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, Tracey Myers and Pat Boyle discuss Nick Schmaltz returning to the Blackhawks line-up on Wednesday night and which player is looking forward most to his return?

They also weigh in on Corey Crawford’s incredible start to the season and why he’s the major reason why the Hawks begin the week in first place in the Central.

They also discuss who is the biggest Hawks rivalry right now, which new defenseman has impressed the most and how is Connor Murphy dealing with being a healthy scratch at times this season?

Plus, they discuss someone other than Nick Schmaltz returning to work on Wednesday night.

Listen to the full episode in the embedded player below:

Blackhawks Talk Podcast: What's the team's biggest area of concern heading into 2017-18?

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: What's the team's biggest area of concern heading into 2017-18?

In the latest episode of the Hawks Talk Podcast, Pat Boyle and Jamal Mayers talk about the Blackhawks’ biggest concern on the team’s blue line heading into the 2017-18 campaign.

Also, the crew discusses Joel Quenneville’s decision to start top prospect Alex DeBrincat on the third line, Jonathan Toews’ quest to contribute more on offense and Patrick Sharp not looking like a 35-year-old who is just happy to be back in Chicago.