Episode 40

Tampa Up 3-1 on The Habs, Dylan Strome Doesn't Fit with Hawks, Kaprisov and Wild Will Talk Contract

Podcast 40:

We speak briefly about the tragic death of Matiss Kivlenieks. He was killed from fireworks on the 4th of July. Hearts and prayers are with his family.

Tampa is up 3-1 on Montreal. I really hope Montreal can keep it going and make this more of a series. They got this far as the underdog and I'd like so see them go all the way.

Dylan Strome doesn't fit in the Blackhawks lineup. He had an oppurutnity last year when the Blackhawks top 2 centers were out and he couldn't take advantage of the situation and found himself a healthy scratch at times last year.

Kaprisov and the Wild are going to be talking contracts. They were worried because he was in Moscow and they don't want the KHL to lure him over with a truck full of money.

Eichel and the Sabres are nearing agreement on his treatment for his herniated disk. This is a situation to follow because he wants out of Buffalo.

-Matt and Mike discuss the bridge deal and hoping it comes back.

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Chicago TomaHawk: A Podcast on The Chicago Blackhawks
We are a podcast about The Chicago Blackhawks hockey team. We provide honest analysis of the team, provide NHL-wide hockey news, and a written column for the network.

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Mike Prieto

Mike Prieto is a longtime Blackhawks fan. He has played recreational hockey for fun and loves to follow the Blackhawks. 1 of the reasons he started the podcast was to give Blackhawks fans what he thinks they deserve, honest reporting on the Chicago Blackhawks that is not influenced by the team.
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Matt Raisutis

I started playing hockey when I was about 7-8. I played goalie my whole minor hockey career . When I wasn’t on the ice I was out in the street or on playing inline hockey at a rink . I’ve goalie coached for 4 years now . I’ve been a hawks fans my whole life . My dad had season tickets when I was a kid . It’s one of my favorite memories, going to hawks games with my dad up in 320. After I graduated In 2005 , I got my own tickets and owned them till about 2012. It was awesome to see the team build a dynasty . I love talking hockey and hockey history . I hope you enjoy our podcast !!