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SCH Podcast: Musings on Madison, Episode 28 - Blackhawks split Games 1 and 2 against Oilers

We break down what went right and what went wrong the first two games of the series. Also, Dave claims “ranch dressing is a condiment, not an entree.”

Chicago Blackhawks v Edmonton Oilers Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images

Welcome to Episode 28 of Musings on Madison, here on the Second City Hockey podcast network, your weekly destination for a round-up of all things involving the Blackhawks. Dave, Brandon and Shepard get together to discuss:

(1:45) An opening tangent on what penalties they’d commit to get suspended from the playoffs

(4:45) Initial reactions to Games 1 and 2 from the Blackhawks series against the Oilers

(19:00) Shepard’s assertion about what’s been Chicago’s best D pairing through two games

(26:15) Jeremy Colliton’s decision to dress John Quenneville and barely play him in Game 2

(35:45) Alex Nylander’s continued polarizing play

(40:00) Corey Crawford’s less-than-stellar performances in Games 1 and 2

(48:30) The joy of having hockey games to watch all day

(50:00) Brandon talks dipping sauces for chicken nuggets and Dave rails against excessive ranch dressing use

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