The Chicago Blackhawks have hit rock bottom. Monday night against the league bottom-feeding Coyotes, the once mighty Blackhawks fell 6-1 in Arizona. The thousands of Chicago supporters who always come out to Glendale when the team is in town booed them off the ice. That’s right, the Blackhawks got booed off the ice on the road. This turned this already ugly season even more ugly.
That loss puts Chicago at 24-24-8 and 10 points out of the second wild-card spot. Currently, their playoff odds according to sportsclubstats.com is down to 0.9%. They have less than a 1% chance of making the playoffs. In other words, this season is over. Team goalie and MVP Corey Crawford is missed terribly as he has been out for weeks, and at this point may not even see the ice again this season the way things are going. What about others? A lot of attention is being pointed to GM Stan Bowman and coach Joel Quenneville. One has to ask if they are on the hot seat or not.
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