The Hawks have a generational talent in Connor Bedard, who should be able to swiftly alter the team's on-ice culture
restore Chicago's status as a championship contender regardless of what happens from here.
That's right, he's that excellent, and if the front office can get him some additional support, we could be in for something truly remarkable.
The problem is that the pick still has that unpleasant feeling about it. You can't put it any clearer than that.
Here we have a situation in which the best player in years will be moving to one of hockey's biggest markets to play for an Original Six team
a fanbase that deserves a change in fortune, and yet it is still insane that this was allowed to happen.
It would be irresponsible to celebrate Bedard's move to Chicago without repeatedly bringing up the fact that the Blackhawks organization
lackhawks organization was responsible for the worst sexual assault coverup in professional sports