Pat Boyle and Charlie Roumeliotis are joined by Jay Zawaski of 670 the Score and the Madhouse Chicago Hockey podcast to discuss Jay's new book, "The Big 50: Chicago Blackhawks: The Men and Moments that Made the Chicago Blackhawks," and his favorite stories from the book, including an epic Pat Foley rant about Alexander Karpovtsev and how Stan Mikita's play changed due to his daughter. The crew also discusses the many reasons why the Blackhawks and hockey aren't discussed more on Chicago radio after building a dynasty.
(1:45) - How and why did Jay start writing the book?
(14:00) - Pat Foley's rant against Alexander Karpovtsev
(20:20) - The Blackhawks became Stanley Cup contenders when they fired
Denis Savard and hired Joel Quenneville
(27:45) - How did the Wirtz family come to power in Chicago?
(30:44) - Why aren't the Blackhawks talked about more in sports media/radio after building a dynasty?