That crappy, awful stupid Wednesday?
When the Blackhawks were up two zip and then the Los Angeles Kings scored 6 straight goals.
6. Straight. Goals.
The same Wednesday the Cubs gagged up the tying runs to the Yankees so Jeff Samardzija could continue to not win.
I've been trying to not get mad when the Cubs lose because that's sort of expected, while the Hawks have been the lone bright sports spot in Chicago for years now and they have the opposite expectations.
Instead, I got furious about the Cubs loss then my jaw dropped with the inexplicable 6 straight goals from L.A. and I've been like... not pleasant to be around.
So it was good to read those headlines about Joel Quenneville still being mad too.
Because tonight when the Hawks play the Kings in Los Angeles, you don't want to give the 6 straight goals any more power than... hell man it was only a freak of nature thing that just happened.
You want to reassert.
You want momentum to be neutralized.
You had your ass handed to you and you'd like to hand it back.
Good time for Andrew Shaw to come back, don't you think?
You know what wasn't a good time?
Watching Edwin Jackson pitch.
You see 7 runs in the first two innings given up to the worst hitting and scoring team in the NL and it's time to change the channel.
Come on you two teams, it's Memorial Day weekend.
Can you please put me in a better mood?