We talked a lot about what went wrong during the Chicago Blackhawks 2017-18 season. When we start bringing in this season a call for disembarkation, it’s time to focus on several aspects of the season that have exceeded expectations. And there’s no better place to start than the player who started the season in his teens and finished it as the team’s top scorer.
Although it did not start. DeBrincat had only one goal and four assists in his first 12 games during October, calling for a second round (39th place) in 2016 in the NHL draft to get a downgrade in the AHL rating. Continue reading “Alex DeBrincat’s dazzling debut season”