Podcast Monday night with Al Cimaglia & Chris Block

By Chris Block

PuckChatter~Radio returns on Monday night at 7pm central with my guest Al Cimaglia of MyFoxChicago.com.

Join us Live at 7pm central over at BlogTalkRadio.com/TheThirdManIn.

Al and I will be recapping the Blackhawks-Coyotes series and Chicago’s second-consecutive quick playoff exit and analyze what went wrong.

We’ll take a look at all the issues the Blackhawks will be facing this summer, including if an upgrade is needed at the goaltending position.

Also, we will examine post season comments made by the players, Joel Quenneville and Stan Bowman.

I’ll give my take on whether help is on its way from Rockford, who of the call-ups from this past season will start 2012-13 back in the minors and which 2011 ‘Hawks draft picks (excluding Andrew Shaw) have the best shot to make the Blackhawks straight out of training camp.

–For those who cannot listen live, Monday night’s show will be archived at our BlogTalkRadio page, here on our site as well as on Itunes.

–If you missed our recent, well-received Rockford IceHogs season-in-review interview series, you can listen to our chats with Ted Dent, Jeremy Morin, Joe Lavin and Kyle Beach here…..

–Jeremy Morin

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–Kyle Beach

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–Joe Lavin,
Rockford IceHogs’ Rookie of the Year

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–25-min chat w/Rockford IceHogs’ head coach Ted Dent

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If you subscribe to TheThirdManIn / PuckChatter~Radio on Itunes, these interviews will automatically download to your Itunes as well.

For the full previews……

Our 25-minute season in review with IceHogs head coach Ted Dent

Chat with Rockford IceHogs rookie of the year, Joe Lavin

9-minute chat with Jeremy Morin on his concussion, frustrating season

Kyle Beach on his shoulder recovery, his training & future goals

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2 Responses to Podcast Monday night with Al Cimaglia & Chris Block

  1. One request – info or update on Stephen Johns. How far away is he from playing in the NHL?

    • Anyone’s guess on how far he is from the NHL. I can just tell you that the Blackhawks don’t expect any of their college prospects to turn pro this summer. Now, I do believe there is a chance Adam Clendening could if he has a great prospect camp. But he also needs to get physically stronger. Shawn Lalonde is on the outs so there could be (if Lalonde is traded which is very possible. But Lalonde has a year left on his deal) a spot in Rockford for someone to get minutes and develop. My impression is Johns needs another year at least. He’ll be a junior, as will Clendening. It’s a huge year upcoming for Stephen Johns. Notre Dame is losing its captain Sean Lorenz on that blue line. Johns will compete with seniors Calabrese and Russo for the big and crucial minutes. So its a key year for him and the Hawks will have their eyes all over that for sure because the hope in him is they have a real smasher in the Seabrook mold. I don’t think there should be any rush with Clendening, but you also have to wonder how much better he can get if he continues to play at BU? Unless he has a bad year, he’ll leave after his junior season for sure.

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