The Blackhawks Grieving Process, Where are you?

May 18, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane warms up across the center ice logo before game one of the Western Conference Final of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Los Angeles Kings at United Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday I posted a graph on the grieving process on Twitter and Facebook , and I received some great responses so I just wanted to share some of them with you, and as all of are somewhere on the graph the question is to ask where are you on this graph and how long will it take for you to get over it during this long summer.

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So where are you today in grieving the 2014 Blackhawks? Each day it gets better but will you be able to watch the Stanley Cup Final?

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  • Lloyd A Brodnax

    As much as I love my Hawks, letting this sadness linger isn’t healthy, nor does it change anything! I’m excited about the upcoming season and hoping that Coach Q infuses some of our talented youth and actually gets back to coaching on a full-time basis! Go Hawks!

    • HawksFans Anonymous

      Can’t fight emotions. Gotta roll with ‘em. Still in a mix of ticked off
      and bitter, sad and unhappy, yearning and wistful, yet optimistic and
      proud. Let’s face it, we came about as close to a repeat as any team in
      recent history. Just a reversal of fortune – we are where the Kings were
      last year: defending champs who lost in the conference finals. That
      doesn’t mean we have to be satisfied with the result, and I’m sure that
      the management and coaching staff will be thinking long and hard about
      our lineup for next season. But we can look back and still be proud of
      having weathered through some trying times, especially those first two
      rounds where things didn’t look so good for the Hawks at times. The team
      may not have defended the title, but they are always champs to me.
      Hawks forever!