It was one of the rare situations that almost nobody was angry with.
Not Blackhawk’s fans, faithful believers that Hawks would not have won the 2015 Stanley Cup without their backed goalkeeper’s emergence in the Nashville series. They wanted their hometown children to be paid, and they wanted to see him now the peak of his career. Do not hurricane fans, firm believers that if their teams could only measure the league average goaltending, they would see playoffs for the first time in nine years. Not sure the organization that has four years, 16.6 million dollars, changed trade clause investment in the issue.
No, no one roared against the well-documented Comeback Story. Then everyone climbed back on board for Comeback Story II.
Scott Darling took all blame for his subpar 201
7-18, put in all offseason sweat for a 2018-19 redemption tour and kicked it off playing an important role in Hurricanes historic 5-0-1 …