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Hawks Issue a Statement on the NHLPA Investigation With Babcock: Of course, they know about controversy


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Joshua
September 21, 2023  (0:40)
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As a frequent trade partner of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Columbus Blue Jackets have also been in the spotlight for a variety of reasons.

As a result of Mike Babcock leaving the position of head coach as a result of a mutual agreement, it was apparent to NHLPA investigators that there had been a significant lack of oversight in the hiring and handling of the head coaching position.
Asked #Blackhawks GM Kyle Davidson if what happened this week in Columbus causes him and the organization to look at their own values and processes when making personnel decisions at any level

Here's part of what he had to say
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The Blackhawks' own Kyle Davidson, however, knows all about controversy given the organization he was hired by was engulfed in one, and as a result, Stanley Bowman and Joel Quenneville left the NHL due to that controversy during the 2020-2021 season.
There has been a statement released by Davidson regarding the NHLPA's investigation into Babcock's lack of professional conduct as part of its investigation.
It is true that Davidson acknowledges that the team is trying to improve its culture as well as find blind spots to target so that something like a phone scandal would never happen in Chicago.
There is no doubt that the Kyle Beach incident has given the organization a reason to better the situation, and we hope that Davidson sticks to his word, as both the team and fans deserve to be led by a new era of leadership.
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