Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Hockey news

Bill Wirtz, longtime owner of the Chicago Blackhawks, died this morning in Evanston. He was 77.

Here are some thoughts on his passing and how he ran the Hawks into the ground.

I think Rosenbloom used to work for WMVP ESPN 1000. He's not one of my favorites, unlike Coppock, but has some good points nonetheless.

However, Wirtz is not as detrimental to the NHL as Gary Bettman has been.

Again, the owners should throw Bettman out and replace him with Ken Dryden a former player and executive. If not him, then Neil Smith, former Rangers GM.


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