Jonathan Toews, who very easily could’ve been a Blue had the team drafted him instead of Erik Johnson, has feelings about the Blues’ worst to first run. Deep feelings that I didn’t know he was capable of having let alone voicing.
On ESPN Chicago’s Waddle and Silvy program he let it all out there for the world to hear.
"There was no part of me that was happy, let's make that clear. To me them tanking at the start of the year was a huge underachievement. I'm not ready to give them as much credit as everyone else was."— Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) July 26, 2019
- Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews on the Blues winning the Stanley Cup
That’s all that there is to it. The captain of the Blues’ rival doesn’t like that his team’s most hated opponent won the Stanley Cup. I mean, I guess it was a no-win situation for Toews. It’s either the team that he hates or the guy who made him barf in the penalty box who is hoisting the Stanley Cup. That’s gotta be hard to watch.
But really, who the hell cares what Jonathan Toews has to say about it?
Go on and raise your hand.
Me? Just like every time that the Blackhawks have won the Cup, I have the same response to Toews here: