Fork, CT and Krista convened tonight for a Puckcast. Here’s some stuff they talked about: PK Subban being traded for an older, worse player with a longer contract Thus robbing us of sweet Maple Leaf tears when Steven Stamkos stayed in Tampa Brian Campbell is back And from there it goes downhill We try to […]
This week Fork and CT sit down to talk: GONNADRINKEN was a huge success and we love everyone who attended We missed you Block Andrew Shaw and the return of Blackhawks Facebook CT is drinking Fork is indirectly responsible for the Malorting of Olympic athletes What’s going to happen to Toronto when Stamkos signs in […]
That’s right, we’re back, in podcast form! After nearly two entire weeks, Fork, CT and Krista break their radio silence to talk about…well… GONNA DRINKEN! June 18th at Galway Bay! Everyone reminisces about the wonder comments we got on our last post A warm welcome to the Yahoo Commenters who may be listening for the […]
After 8 years of breathing life into this shit-for-brains web site, it’s time to call it. What started as two knuckleheads wanting to goof around and write about the Chicago Blackhawks with enough inside jokes to keep their friends amused turned into an inexplicable roller coaster ride that brought countless new friends into the fold. […]
So, that happened. Here’s the recap: Good night.
And now a quick recap of Saturday’s game: See you on Monday night.
So the last time these two teams met, the Chicago Blackhawks were in full meltdown mode, with known bonehead Andrew Shaw getting caught on camera yelling a sexual slur at officials after flipping double rockets at them. Not only was this a dumb thing to do, but we got treatises on the First Amendment from […]
Well, now it’s interesting. THE GOOD: Duncan Keith – Duncan Keith is good. Joel Quenneville did a lot of line juggling during the game but none of that changed the fact that the Hawks are a different team when Keith’s on the ice. The lack of defensive depth may finally be catching up […]
Today marked the first postseason hockey game in the United Center since the Stanley Cup arrived late due to an Old Testament-like deluge in June 2015. However, this time rather than our august cathedral being infested by Jim Belushi, it was infested by the St. Louis Blues. The jury is still out on which is […]