David Haugh, Charlie Roumeliotis, and Patrick Finley join Kap on the panel.
0:00 - Joel Quenneville returns to the United Center. The guys look back at his 3 Cups in Chicago and discuss his place among the greatest Chicago coaches of all-time.
9:00 - The Blackhawks have won 5 straight and are 3 points out of a wild card spot. Are the playoffs in their future?
12:00 - Patrick Kane has reached 1,000 points. Will he end up at the Blackhawks all-time leading scorer? Could he end up being the greatest Blackhawk ever?
18:00 - Jonathan Toews joins Kap to talk about Joel Quenneville's return, Kane's 1,000th point and the team's winning streak?
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Blackhawks fans are an extremely loyal bunch so it should come as no surprise that they have nothing but love for Joel Quenneville in his return to Chicago with the Flordia Panthers. The Blackhawks players have echoed that same thing, with Toews stating how much Coach Q meant to the city of Chicago:
Jonathan Toews on Joel Quenneville: “You just think things are going to stay the same forever and it’s weird when things change and guys go to other teams. Coach Q just felt like a staple with this organization, this city as well.” #Blackhawks— Charlie Roumeliotis (@CRoumeliotis) January 21, 2020
Blackhawks fans brought out the Coach Q memorabilia in droves:
Coach Q got the last laugh on Tuesday night, as the Panthers walked out of the United Center with a convincing 4-3 win despite the Blackhawks getting a solid offensive output, including Kaner's 1,001st career point.
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