Monday, February 27, 2006

The most under-reported story of the month

The Chicago Blackhawks haven't skated on the ice for two weeks because of the Olympics. And almost no one noticed. The Blackhawks, an "original six" franchise of the National Hockey League, has sunk to the level of a cult act in terms of popularity. Mismanagement by the ownership of this once-proud franchise is to blame.

This post is part of Chicago Tribune columnist, and blogger, Eric Zorn's February in Review segment.

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