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.
Since eliminating the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night, the Blackhawks have been waiting to find out which team they’d face in the Western Conference Final.
Chicago had regular-season success against both Anaheim and Los Angeles.
Committing to the chip-and-chase strategy with vigor is the key for Chicago.
By Jay Zawaski 670 The Score (CBS) — Saturday afternoon, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced a two-game suspension for Blackhawks winger Brandon Bollig. In the 2nd period, Bollig boarded Wild defenseman Keith Ballard […]
Bryan Bickell is tearing up the playoffs again after a regular season that lacked production.
Minnesota has an elite first line of defense, but it’s weaker behind that.
In the regular season, Chicago won the statistical battle but not the majority of games against each club.
Jay Zawaski breaks down the storylines of a Blackhawks-Blues series tied 2-2.
Jay Zawaski vows to never abandon his hockey fans again.
The Blackhawks are in deep trouble, and have no one to blame but themselves.
For Blackhawk fans, Thursday night’s 4-3 triple overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues hurt like hell.
The playoffs are finally upon us, and while many are writing off the St. Louis Blues, it’s important to remember that they were the best team in the NHL for about 90 percent of the season.
Jay Zawaski breaks down the critical individual matchups and St. Louis’ physicality.
Morin’s speed would benefit the Blackhawks against the Avalanche in the playoffs.
Teuvo Teravainen hasn’t wowed with his early play, but he’s only 19.
Hockey’s a contact sport, so we shouldn’t have an uproar when a star gets a hard check.
The Blackhawks dodged a bullet when Jonathan Toews avoided serious injury on a nasty hit.
While Teravainen’s debut was impressive in many aspects, his teammates were the stars.
It’s “TAY-voh tair-uh-VIGH-nehn.” Get to know the name.
What’s the point of saving a good player for later when the goal is to win the Stanley Cup now?