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  1. VERSION 4.2 COMING TO THE BOARDS

    No matter how hard you try and sell this as a better experience, it is not. Just on my comment alone you see several people agree, it ruined the app. I removed it from my phone, and if I still lived in Chicago wouldn't have access to the clicktix account for my season tickets. It's a shame that there are so many complaints if you go to the Hawks app about this change and no one will take those complaints into account (or the powers that be just don't care). It was and is a horrible decision.
  2. VERSION 4.2 COMING TO THE BOARDS

    Any chance they're going to make the Hawks phone app independent of the NHL app again? I deleted both from my phone as it took away from being able to look just at Hawks news. One of the worst ideas ever to force the NHL app on everyone. I'd like to load the Hawks app again but won't if they continue to combine with the NHL app.
  3. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    No doubt they can be over during the summer. But they have to be compliant by opening night.
  4. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    Cap Friendly now shows the Hawks have $665,205.00 with 21 players. So Wingels would need to be that or under to stay cap compliant. His last contract was for 3 years at $2,475,000.00 per year. That would be a huge hometown discount.
  5. Kruger Finally Traded

    2 Swedes and a Russian. Anisimov may need to go to balance this out!
  6. Kruger Finally Traded

    Yep!
  7. Kruger Finally Traded

    That's why all but 1 of my 6 jersey's have my name and number on the back.....I can never be traded! I have an autographed Marian Hossa jersey that I won in a raffle in 2010 when I was a member of the Hawks Standby club. The only 2 times I've worn that was the day I won the jersey as they had the Cup at the meeting and I had my picture taken with the jersey on. The other time was after Hossa was knocked out of the playoffs by the cheap shot artist Raffi Torres.
  8. Around The League - Other Teams' News

    Montreal getting better value for Price then the Hawks for Kane and Toews. For $10.5 Price plays 60+ minutes a game, Kane and Toews less then 25. What a bargain!
  9. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    Agreed. Loved watching Panarin, and Panarin and Kane together. But Saad is a power forward the Hawks desperately needed with the loss of Hossa and he's going to help balance the scoring lines again instead of having 1 scoring line teams can key on.
  10. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    Plus, how did they expect to get Saad back without giving up talent? Columbus wasn't trading him for picks, and the Hawks had to pretty much match salaries.
  11. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    Hawks Facebook page saying Kruger to Vegas FOR future considerations.
  12. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    I'd be intrigued at getting Erik Haula. He's been a thorn in the Hawks side, has good wheels, can play center or LW, is only 26 years old. If I remember correctly he was used on the penalty kill as well. And he's got a team friendly contract for the next 3 years at $2,750,000.
  13. Hawk Moves (Real Time)

    I don't think the Hawks would want to use up the entire cap savings on one player right at the beginning of the season. Neal makes $5 million. We still don't know what Wingels or Bouma are getting paid. Removing Krugers salary from the cap gets the Hawks just under the cap, but these 2 contracts could put them either at or very close to it again. If they get Neal, the Hawks would have about $1 million give or take at the deadline if they want to make a deal.
  14. Kruger Finally Traded

    He did his job well while with the Hawks. And I'll never forget the triple OT goal vs Anaheim in 2015 in the longest game in Hawks history. Good Luck in Vegas!
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