Well, they wanted to start fast. One win, two loses and a shootout loss wasn't fast enough evidently. It is a business after all. We just hope Rocky knows what he's doing.
The Chicago Blackhawks fired head coach Denis Savard just four games into the season on Thursday, replacing him with NHL coaching veteran Joel Quenneville.The team canceled its Thursday practice and scheduled an afternoon news conference for 5:30 p.m. ET.
"I'm disappointed but I guess it's the nature of the business," Savard said from his Chicago home Thursday."I know I was doing a good job, I'm dedicated to my work. Obviously they felt they had to make a change, so what can you do."