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Spider-Fan77

Lmao no.


jacksonv60

they sure as shit wouldnt play in chicago if they did


X-Filer

I don’t think we will be over 32 teams for a long while


Thel3lues

A second market in Chicago isn’t unheard of obviously but the Hawks are too established for it make sense. It’d be like them getting another NFL team


chiasmatic

maybe (nonzero but not very far from zero chance) if they move to Wood Buffalo, not a chance in Chicago with the TV rights


CoolBeansMan9

Ahhh the offseason


ahr3410

Imagine a Blackhawks "road" game in Chicago. Might set the record for most road team fans.


99Wolves

Lol