The city of Chicago finally had its first glimpse into the mind of the 21-year NHL veteran and new Head Coach of the Blackhawks, Luke Richardson. Alongside Kyle Davidson, Richardson was introduced this morning in front of a sea of media members at the team's official store on Michigan Ave.
After months of deliberation, the Chicago Blackhawks finally have their man for the job. This morning it was reported that Assistant Coach of the Montreal Canadiens Luke Richardson is close to finalizing a contract to become the 38th head coach in Blackhawks history.
With 15 days until the marquee event of the NHL summer, the Blackhawks find themselves with a select group of teams without a boss behind the bench. This situation should not be concerning for Hawks fans, but the clock is ticking. Here are four suitable candidates for the Blackhawks head coach job.