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2010 Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup roster Quiz
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Jun 25th, 2011 at 08:11 GMT
And then the lame modern era NHL gutted it. In the old days this roster would have made the league its bitch for 10 years.
Jun 25th, 2011 at 14:14 GMT
No doubt... lot of changes after this season. Niemi made another deep playoff run... I guess he would've been the key?
Jun 27th, 2011 at 14:36 GMT
Nah the goalie wasn't the issue, I actually consider him to have been more of an interchangeable part. It was the depth. Byfuglien, Ladd, Versteeg, etc. They lost a ton of players and had to fill those spots with either scrubs or young guys (who often were scrubs, or anyway played like scrubs). I just saw they traded away Campbell (finally!) and Troy Brouwer, too. Maybe the NHL thinks the parity thing is good, is a way to survive and stay competitive - keep interest up in many markets. But I think it's as bad for the league as it is for the NFL. Dynasties will be hard to come by, fans will have to get used to losing their favorite players (except for the top couple of guys on a team), and great rosters will be gutted just as they're ready to dominate.
Jun 29th, 2011 at 21:35 GMT
True that team had depth.... but they're still solid defensively. The series against Vancouver could've easily gone either way. Absolutely the NHL favours parity amongst all teams, just as any league would. Hawks are still gonna be good for a long time though. This coming from a Leafs fan (being within a good definition of a 'fan', I stick with the team through thick and thin)... I'm still waiting for their time... gonna be a long time lol.
Jul 8th, 2011 at 12:56 GMT
Well I think all leagues favor parity, as far as preferring there be parity. But favoring it (ie, hoping it happens) and actively forcing it (as the NFL and NHL do, as the NBA doesn't really, and as MLB doesn't at all) is something else. I just think it's a shame to see this team taken apart by accountants the day after they win the thing. If the Hawks can pay them the money, if they can afford it and are willing to spend it, if the free agents would prefer to play in Chi - Chi should get the players. I understand the plight of the small market teams and I sympathize, but pro sports is the one place capitalism would really work and be fair, IMO. The teams with the better markets, ie more fans, would get every opportunity to be better teams. The smaller market teams, as in baseball, would have to be smarter and spend better, and exploit things that are currently undervalued. But the NHL seems to be doing better lately and the NFL is flourishing (other than the lockout) while baseball attendance falls, so what do I know? Anyway there's no incentive to change. And yea I hope and expect the Hawks to get good again. Anyway they should never be bad again so long as they have the core there (Toews, Kane, Keith). I'm just bitter about having to watch them rebuild.
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