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Feb. 3rd marks the end of it all Written by Stajanfan - November 30th, -0001
Chicago has finally done it. After nearly a month of the same thing game in and game out, the Chicago Blackhawks have finally........ WON!!! They beat Toronto 5-4 in overtime nonetheless! It ends the longest winless streak in CMHL history (I'm pretty sure it is lol) at 14 games.

Sitting 14th overall in the West, the Hawks are currently 11 points out of a playoff spot. They have absolutely no chance in making the playoffs, as shown by GM Stajanfan shipping superstar Jeremy Roenick to divison rival Columbus, for blue-chip prospect Milan Michalek and a 1st round pick. GM Stajanfan now has stocked his draft picks, now having 4 first round picks to his credit. With those picks, it looks like they will have 1 lottery pick, a top 15 pick, a top 20 pick, and a top 25 pick. When asked the abundance of first rounders, GMStajanFan has this to say: "I feel this is an extremely deep draft. The top 6 or 7 players are going to be bigtime players in the CMHL. 10 through 25 are all equal players, and that is a very positive thing. With a draft this deep, I don't want to miss the oppurtunity to grab as many of these players as I can, even if it means sacrificing a season." One thing is for sure, once next season rolls around, the Hawks and the Rebels, Chicago's farm team, will be well stocked with gifted young stars. From Kobasew, Michalek, Ladd, Olesz, Koltsov, Afinogenov, and Stajan up front, Colaiacovo, Hainsey, Kondratiev on the blueline, and Toivonen in net, to all-star rookie Andrei Kostsitsyn, this team has the makings of being the next dynasty in the CMHL. Throw in four first round selections in the mix, and suddenly you got a team that is set for the future, and has tons of young talent to grow with.
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