Gary Bettman Blatantly Robs The Chicago Blackhawks Organization

Published January 23, 2024 at 11:09
This year is odd for the Chicago Blackhawks, for the first time since 2004, they won't have anyone at the NHL All-Star Game.

Here's the deal: Connor Bedard was supposed to be the Blackhawks' guy, but he can't make it because of a broken jaw. Because of that, the NHL withdrew the Blackhawks rights to send a representative to the All-Star Game.


So, it's not just Bedard who's affected, but also other players like Jason Dickinson, who many believe should've had a shot. Now, the Blackhawks stand alone as the only team in the NHL without a player at the All-Star Game this year.

Fans are upset about how the NHL handled this. They feel like the league might've messed up the whole All-Star Game selection.

The Blackhawks missing out on the All-Star representation is making this year's event a bit different and has folks questioning the NHL's choices.
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Gary Bettman Blatantly Robs The Chicago Blackhawks Organization

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