Chicago Blackhawks Roundtable: Circus Trip And One More Shift

By Colin Likas
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Our Chicago Blackhawks roundtable returns this week in the midst of the final annual Circus Trip

It’s that time of the week again, Chicago Blackhawks fans. Our weekly roundtable hits on another two questions relating to the Blackhawks, and these are two relatively timely ones.

Here are the questions:

— Which remaining team on the Circus Trip (Edmonton, San Jose, Anaheim and Los Angeles) is the biggest threat to the Blackhawks, and why?

— Who would you like to see as the next participant in the One More Shift program, and why?

The Circus Trip is three games old, with the Blackhawks taking two of their first three tries across Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver. The Ducks, Oilers and Kings all carry 21 points right now, and the Sharks have 19.

Meanwhile, the One More Shift program started recently to honor former Blackhawks with one last skate around the ice. Forward Denis Savard was the first recipient of this honor, as he skated with the active Blackhawks prior to the Nov. 13 game against Montreal.

So, what did our cache of Blackhawk Up writers have to say this week? Let’s take a look.