Jun 212012

By Chris Block

PuckChatter~Radio is back this week to preview this weekend’s NHL Entry Draft happening in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the Consol Energy Center.

The Blackhawks currently hold the 18th overall pick in the first round.

On the show, we discuss the possibilities of what Stan Bowman and Director of Amateur Scouting Mark Kelley may do with that pick, as well as what they should not do.

It’s a special Draft Primer mixed in with other odds, ends, Blackhawks news and hockey talk.

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Some of the topics discussed on tonight’s 60 minute show……

–Two successful events attended last weekend
–Much Jeppson’s Malort and Prairie Fire downed at Galway Bay
–Unexpected surprises
–An attempt to steal Ruutu foiled
–Why Patrick Kane’s name keeps coming up in trade rumors
–Would and trade involving Patrick Kane make sense?
Ben Smith, Brandon Bollig and Carter Hutton get new deals
Alexander SalakHe gone
Bryan Bickell seven years gone
–Doing the same thing over and over & expecting different results
–Jordan Staal or Dave Bolland?
–Why drafting a goalie at #18 makes no sense for Chicago
–What the Hawks will do, or should do with that 18th pick
–Possible fallout
–Quality of this year’s draft
–Current Blackhawks’ brother is draft eligible
–Names to know
–And much, much more

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We’ll return next week with a packed Draft review and Free Agency preview special.

Date and time TBD.  Likely Wednesday.  But we’ll see.


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  One Response to “Audio: PuckChatter~Radio, e.110 Previews Blackhawks 2012 Draft, To Goalie or Not to Goalie, the news and much more”

  1. The winner of this draft will be the team that takes Radek Faksa.
    He is projected to go about 10th.
    This kid is a stud. Think a young Malkin.
    I would trade anyone of “our” AHL kids for Faksa. Even Saad.
    But I’m not Stan.

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