Can Quennville Push The Hawks To a Game Six Win?

May 11th, 2010 by Tyler Juranovich Leave a reply »
The Blackhawks had hoped they wouldn't have to pack their bags and equipment again for the trip to Vancouver, but after some seriously lousy play in game five, the Hawks couldn't close out the series at home. And now, they'll return to Vancouver for a game six. 

If there is any good news, it's that the Hawks have won both games they have played in Vancouver. Could they get another win again tonight? 

If the Hawks are going to fix things up, it's going to have to start with their coach—Joel Quennville and his staff. Quennville doesn't just state the problems to his players, but he offers solutions to solve those problems. Most of the time it has paid off. 

If you want proof, the Hawks haven't lost back-to-back games this postseason. What this tells me is the coaches know what the problem is, but, better yet, they know how to fix them and to have the players play a lot better in their next game. 

Game one and game three against Nashville were horrid games for the Hawks—but the game after that, the Hawks played to their utmost potential, beating the Predators 2-0 in game two and 3-0 in ...

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