I'm watching the Blackhawks-Sharks game with interest, obviously considering where the Sharkies are in the standings. But I turned this game on early for the Blackhawks' ceremony to honor Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita.
I know the Blackhawks are doing much this season to erase their past transgressions, especially with the fans, and the ceremony for the two former greats was fantastic. I would've loved to have been in that building, which had to be electric. Rocky Wirtz probably got the loudest cheer when he thanked Blackhawks fans watching the games on TV. Pretty sad that Chicagoans were denied their team on TV for so long.
Anyway, great stuff out of Chicago. They've turned so many things around there this season, and the NHL could only benefit from that organization becoming a force again.