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.
At long last, the Blackhawks have recalled their top prospect, and he is expected to play Sunday when the Dallas Stars visit the United Center.
The Blackhawks are in line for a Stanley Cup run, like usual.
Chicago’s net-minders have been superb, even in Corey Crawford’s absence.
Plus, the Blackhawks are upset with the circumstances of Corey Crawford’s injury.
In typical Devils fashion, the game was anything but exciting.
Saturday night, the Hawks wrapped up a 3-1 victory in Nashville and took over sole possession of first place in the Western Conference Central.
Antti Raanta performed well in goal, and Chicago controlled nearly every element of play.
The Hawks took 10 of a possible 12 points, their only blemish a 4-1 loss to the Canucks last Sunday.
Jay Zawaski is talking defensive replacements, Brad Richards and Kris Versteeg.
For the better part of 60 minutes, the Red Wings dictated play and capitalized on several sloppy Hawk mistakes. Let’s get to the shorties.
Jay Zawaski shares five thoughts from the Blackhawks’ win Tuesday night.
Peter Regin or Joakim Nordstrom will likely get the call-up to Chicago.
Advanced metrics reflect well on Jeremy Morin, who now must prove himself to Joel Quenneville.
A road trip to Detroit shows just how respected the Blackhawks are these days.
Chicago’s defensive questions will have to be answered from inside the organization.
The Blackhawks look primed and loaded for another long playoff run, but they’re going to have to do it without their top prospect Teuvo Teravainen.
The Blackhawks have been wheeling and dealing this weekend.
It’s time to let the likes of Morin, Clendening or Dahlbeck to take on bigger roles.
The Blackhawks open training camp Friday at Notre Dame.
Plus, Jay Zawaski is always talking about second-line centers.