Chicago Blackhawks Need to Find Consistency by End of Road Trip

November 23rd, 2010 by Tyler Juranovich Leave a reply »
With a 2-1 record after three out of six games on their infamous "circus" trip, the Hawks have some momentum heading into Wednesday's game against San Jose, but they've failed all season to find the consistency that could get them out of the .500 bubble they are in right now. 

A shutout win in Edmonton was followed by a 7-2 loss in Calgary, and that was followed by a 7-1 win in Vancouver. 

Where's the consistency? 

Frankly, there isn't any. 

The Hawks play with such skill and talent one day only to play the exact opposite way a few days later. It's not only frustrating for the fans but has to be to the players as well. The Hawks record stands at 11-10-2, and as of Tuesday night, they're seventh in the Western Conference; they may fall even lower when other teams catch up to the Hawks in games played. 

It's been obvious that the lack of consistency has been the downfall of the Hawks this season, but with that inconsistency comes an uncertainty of what exactly the problem and solution are in Chicago. 

The early season setbacks could be credited to lack of chemistry and injuries to Ma ...

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