Second Balcony Breakdown: Andrew Saad!

Totally the same person.

Totally the same person.

Casey and I return with another episode of Second Balcony Breakdown dedicated to the best young player on the Chicago Blackhawks right now, Andrew Saad.

Wait — what do you mean they’re two different people?

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Topics include:

  • Last week’s Blackhawks games against the Nashville Predators (three times!) and St. Louis Blues (thankfully, only one time)
  • How we would solve the problem of the shootout
  • Clinching a playoff berth — aw yeah
  • Jaromir Jagr going to the Boston Bruins
  • Why we’re not impressed with the Pittsburgh Penguins and Marc-Andre Fleury
  • The trade deadline and the hilarity therein, including the Columbus Blue Jackets becoming the Columbus Blue Rangers
  • Should players/teams have to release every single medical detail to the press?
  • The Line Cocktail for this week will be good for you.
  • Question for this week: Now that the Blackhawks are in the playoffs, which Western Conference team would you least like them to meet? Also, if they do make it to the Finals who in the Eastern Conference would you least like them to meet? Why?
  • Me being completely mentally exhausted and blanking out more than once. Sorry, guys.
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2 thoughts on “Second Balcony Breakdown: Andrew Saad!

  1. chelseaxavier

    I’m glad I wasn’t the only one who found that last Nashville game dead boring. I was starting to think something was wrong with me – Andrew Shaw got a goal, and I love Andrew Shaw! – but it was just not that fun to watch.

    Reply
    1. Kat Velez Post author

      Nashville is just… ugh. The most boring team to play against in the Western Conference. (It used to be Minnesota, but now they actually have people who can play a puck every once in a while.)

      And to play them THREE TIMES in ONE WEEK? Absolute torture! Never do this to us again, NHL scheduling monkeys.

      Reply

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