Morning Links (11/8)


The Hawks hit the road to take on the Blues tonight (second cousins' trip?), eager to put Sunday's meltdown behind them. Coach Q forgives, but doesn't forget. Q put the lines in a dryer at yesterday's practice and Frolik ended up on the Toews line, and Carcillo tumbled out back with the Kaner Experience. This means a temporary breakup of 36 mafia, which has played its way into a guest spot on The Walking Dead the past few games. Bickell will pick out a suit, but Bolland might look to his left and right and assume that he's really the one in Le Chateau Bow-wow. Keith returns to the lineup paired with Seabrook, thank Jebus. There's nothing better for getting over losing to a current rival than giving an old one what fer. Let's. Go. Hawks.

  • Game preview (Trib)
  • Q's answer to Sunday's debacle: Shuffle up and deal (Trib)
  • Frolik's finally getting a piece of the pie (CSNChicago)
  • Keith likely to return to lineup paired with Seabs. Spin the Peaches and Herb (Daily Herald)
  • Hawks d-men need to do the tighten up (Sun-Times)
  • Streaks and slumps with Mr. Rogers (ESPNChicago)
  • Cheer the Anthem works damage control
  • Checking in down on the farm
  • Stu Hackel discusses how Hitchcock will change the Blues' game, and how today's game will change Hitchcock (
  • Former president of World Anti-Doping Agency backs Laraque's claim of performance-enhancing drug abuse in the NHL (The Hockey News)