Jay Zawaski is the executive producer of The Spiegel and Goff Show. He’s been at 670 The Score since 2001 and has produced shows for Mike North, Mike Murphy, Doug Buffone and many others. He also hosts Bud Light Hockey Night in Chicago. Follow Jay on Twitter at @JayZawaski670.
(CBS) 670 the Score’s Jay Zawaski and James Neveau are back with their weekly podcast to break down what’s good and what’s bad with the Blackhawks lately. Take a listen to their weekly Big Nevawski […]
The trio of Viktor Svedberg, Trevor van Riemsdyk and Erik Gustafsson has performed admirably, if not at an All-Star level.
The options to replace Keith are all less than ideal.
The Blackhawks are off to a 3-3 start as they attempt to defend their Stanley Cup championship.
With so many newcomers, Chicago simply needs some time to figure it out.
Chicago will need some secondary scorers after the departures of Brandon Saad and Patrick Sharp.
There are plenty of new faces, and some youngsters need to step up.
Jay Zawaski explains the good, bad and the ugly from Friday’s blockbuster trade that sees popular wing Patrick Sharp leaving Chicago for Dallas.
You have questions about chasing another Stanley Cup. Jay Zawaski has answers.
The Hawks sent Saad, defenseman Michael Paliotta and forward Alex Broadhurst to the Blue Jackets for four forwards, including Artem Anisimov and Marko Dano.
Chicago drafted four wingers and three defensemen. Sean White gives analysis on all seven.
NHL free agency opens Wednesday, and re-signing Saad is a priority.
Chicago sent backup goaltender Antti Raanta to the New York Rangers in exchange for winger Ryan Haggerty.
Defensive depth has been Chicago’s problem in the postseason.
Both sides have offensive firepower, and this figures to be a fast-paced series.
Keith had three assists, saved a goal and logged big ice time again.
Chicago controlled play for much of Sunday’s 4-1 loss in Game 1 against Anaheim.
Chicago has dominated puck possessions against Anaheim this season.
From top to bottom, Chicago has found consistency.
Can Chicago solve Minnesota goalie Devan Dubnyk?