Savard to foes: "Go ahead, make my day"
In order to win the battles it takes to succeed in hockey, a team needs a few pretty potent weapons.
"There were times last season when ... "
Chicago Blackhawks coach Denis Savard’s hands went up in the air after one of the team’s final preseason games as if to say: “What could I do?”
I chimed in, "I guess it was like having Martin Havlat, a hope and a prayer."
"Exactly,” Savard said. “And some nights we didn’t even have Marty."