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Hawks/Stars Battle…Niemi/Huet/…Turco?

The Hawks managed to scrape out a win against the always enigmatic Dallas Stars it seems when they play the Hawks with a 4-3 shootout victory. Chicago managed to get back on the game of “puck possession” outshooting Dallas 24-12 after 2 periods and 40-27 after the overtime period in total.

The line of Sharp/Toews/Kane (whom I have been preaching all year should play together) were outstanding once again creating multiple opportunites almost every shift and ending with Kane getting 2 goals and Sharp 2 apples.

Versteeg was playing center which I felt a bold move by Quennville but did very well on the draws but yet was still turning the puck over time after time which Hawk fans I guess have succumb to accept is going to happen.

Niemi played quite well especially in the final 2 frames along with the OT and definitely the shootout, his 1st period he did look a tad problematic with rebound control and puck handling but that has been his weakness throughout the year.

Moreover, the Stars did bang the hawks around and they did play a pretty good game and if it were not to time running out in overtime by a mere second the Stars would have won the game on a nifty tip in by I believe Brendan Morrow ( I may be mistaken) my apologies if so. Versteeg somewhat making up for his multiple turnovers scoring the shootout winner after a brilliant display of goaltending by Turco and Niemi along with a couple posts.

Goaltending Issue

I have thought about the goaltending issue a lot lately ( well all year) and for some reason I think the Hawks thoughts about getting another goaltender are still pondering yet many are writing that option off.

The concerns of Huet's ability to make big saves when needed and consistency (though he has shown both all year at times) and Niemi who has been outstanding but has poor puck handling ability and rebound control issues. I am not so sure the Hawk's brass are as confident as some may think which makes me truly believe acquring another goaltender is not out of the question.

Many of these attributes of these goaltenders can work through the regular season with a solid team in front of but with the playoffs only 23 games away and assuming the Hawks have not settled on a starter as of yet well we all know playoffs are a different story and the pressure is notably on the goaltenders more so. Many feel this year is “it's this year or bust” (which I disagree with) but we all know the player's undoubtedly feel that way along with the coaching staff etc.

Not many options out there however and of course Turco's name comes up the most. I like Turco and I believe a change of scenery and a chance at the cup would motivate him because who know's what his future holds for him next year. Many would argue saying he has gone downhill for the last couple years and not shown stability well that is notable but if you look at it when player's get dealt it really helps that player mentally and gives them a new life in a lot of cases. Yes there is no guarantee, heck there is no guarantee in any sport really. It's a decision the Hawks management may address or may not we shall see.

Dallas has money issues which causes some trouble and of course the Hawks can not carry 3 goalies so if a possilbe trade were to materialize and I stress the word “if” the Hawks may have to bury Huet in the minors. Really if you think about it anything can happen, who would have predicted the Lehtonen deal last night?

Thanks for reading

TKON


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10 Comments

In response to “Hawks/Stars Battle…Niemi/Huet/…Turco?”


  1. Fish12 Feb 10 20106:23 pm

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    You guys need Turco, both your goalies are erratic. You have the young pieces to do it, you gotta go for broke now with the cap situation you guys are going to be in next year.

    1. Trent Kondo Feb 10 20108:19 pm

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      You guys need Turco, both your goalies are erratic. You have the young pieces to do it, you gotta go for broke now with the cap situation you guys are going to be in next year.

      Thanks for the post Fish12! I don't know about Niemi being erratic but his faults definitely show in his rebounds and dreadful puck handling. I am for getting Turco, which is really our only option right now if we were to get a goalie. I believe a change of scenery would do him good. He is arguably the best puck handler in the game for a goaltender and his positioning is fantastic always. His numbers are down over the past 2 years but with a chance at the cup in his latter years going into UFA gives him plenty of reasons to perform.

  2. Adam Seidman Feb 10 20107:16 pm

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    Sending Huet to the minors doesn't lift his entire cap number off the books. I don't have the exact numbers in front of me, but sending him down this late in the season will only free up about 1 million in space.I'm working on a post about the goalie market/controversy that'll be up in a few days, so I'll reserve the rest of my opinions for that.

    1. Trent Kondo Feb 10 20108:21 pm

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      Sending Huet to the minors doesn't lift his entire cap number off the books. I don't have the exact numbers in front of me, but sending him down this late in the season will only free up about 1 million in space.I'm working on a post about the goalie market/controversy that'll be up in a few days, so I'll reserve the rest of my opinions for that.

      I believe it is 1.8 but I am not 100% sure either.

  3. Ben Petrino Feb 10 20107:27 pm

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    I think the Hawks need a true veteran, like Turco, because Huet isn't going to be teaching anything to Niemi. Turco is nice because the Hawks want to make a deep playoff run this year but if Niemi is going to be the goalie of the future, and I think he can be, then Turco will help him develop. There is that cap space issue and I don't know how you move Huet anywhere with his cumbersome contract but since the Hawks have such great young forward depth I think they could be able to lure in teams into taking Huet.

    1. Trent Kondo Feb 10 20108:26 pm

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      I think the Hawks need a true veteran, like Turco, because Huet isn't going to be teaching anything to Niemi. Turco is nice because the Hawks want to make a deep playoff run this year but if Niemi is going to be the goalie of the future, and I think he can be, then Turco will help him develop. There is that cap space issue and I don't know how you move Huet anywhere with his cumbersome contract but since the Hawks have such great young forward depth I think they could be able to lure in teams into taking Huet.

      I could not agree more on the Niemi not learning from Huet, already Niemi's positioning is better then Huet's and many can argue that Niemi is already the better of the 2 goaltenders. He is still a rookie but has good tools already to be a star in this league one year. The only problem is I see Turco (if acquired) only as a one year rental due to the cap issues like you mentioned. Ultimately it would be great to deal Huet but like you said it may be tough with his contract. If Turco can be signed to a smallish contact next year (it would be great) but if he leads us to the promised land or has a fantastic playoffs well we all know he will be looking for Tim Thomas type numbers for a contract.

      1. Ben Petrino Feb 11 20104:05 am

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        I think we have all seen Huet make spectacular saves and he has the ability to be a great goal tender but for some reason it's only when he wants to. I get this feeling that he needs to be pushed to do well, or have a chip on his shoulder. The times he has been great is when his job as a starter is in jeopardy or he gets traded. It motivates him. But when he has security he's lazy and not into the game.Turco is 34, so I think he still has a couple of years left to play but maybe knowing the Hawks are going to be contenders for a long time and getting a chance to tandem with Niemi or even start might draw him in for less money. I think the guy really wants to win a cup and he's stuck with Dallas to let them build a contender and they haven't.

        1. Trent Kondo Feb 11 20105:04 am

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          I think we have all seen Huet make spectacular saves and he has the ability to be a great goal tender but for some reason it's only when he wants to. I get this feeling that he needs to be pushed to do well, or have a chip on his shoulder. The times he has been great is when his job as a starter is in jeopardy or he gets traded. It motivates him. But when he has security he's lazy and not into the game.Turco is 34, so I think he still has a couple of years left to play but maybe knowing the Hawks are going to be contenders for a long time and getting a chance to tandem with Niemi or even start might draw him in for less money. I think the guy really wants to win a cup and he's stuck with Dallas to let them build a contender and they haven't.

          Well I would definitely welcome Turco on this team if they were able to make that deal for more then just a rental. As to him not being pushed you would think he is being pushed right now would you not? With almost every hockey fan bashing him even when he plays well, Niemi playing overall better then he is, and no goaltender has been officially made the #1 guy. One would think that is enough motivation for him.

          1. Ben Petrino Feb 11 201011:28 am

            I try to watch Hawks games but I don't get to often. Mostly because I go to school in Indianapolis which is considered a Chicago fan area for the Blackhawks except we don't get WGN Chicago here. Maybe I am wrong about Huet but I feel like it is something in that vein. He shows these real glimpses of goal tending brilliance and I think that to teams he's valuable because if they can get him to maintain that he could be great. I don't know what it would take to get him going but if somebody could, and I hope the Hawks can, he could help this team out a lot. Goal tending looks like the Hawks weakest facet. I would like to see them get far in the playoffs because the fans and the players really deserve it.

          2. Trent Kondo Feb 11 201012:13 pm

            I try to watch Hawks games but I don't get to often. Mostly because I go to school in Indianapolis which is considered a Chicago fan area for the Blackhawks except we don't get WGN Chicago here. Maybe I am wrong about Huet but I feel like it is something in that vein. He shows these real glimpses of goal tending brilliance and I think that to teams he's valuable because if they can get him to maintain that he could be great. I don't know what it would take to get him going but if somebody could, and I hope the Hawks can, he could help this team out a lot. Goal tending looks like the Hawks weakest facet. I would like to see them get far in the playoffs because the fans and the players really deserve it.

            Excellent post Ben, that is what many hack on Huet is his inconsistency. You are so right in saying he shows brilliance at times, he is actually down right unreal some nights but then the other nights he just is not that “big save” guy on “majority” of the nights. I do like Huet and feel for the guy because he is a class act and since Washington all he has heard is heckling and bashing. There are rumors out today of Turco for Huet but just rumors. I do not see it getting done because it makes no sense for Dallas. If that is the case I agree and hope that something lights a fire under Huet, if not Niemi just might be our guy in the playoffs.

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