The Chicago Blackhawks are struggling. 

Even after their very controversial/dramatic coaching change, the team has yet to get a win. 

Chicago is currently riding an 8 game losing streak heading into their matchup against the St. Louis Blues. 

The Hawks new head coach, Jeremy Colliton, was asked about what he's learned about the players and the atmosphere. 

"I've learned they want to win, I've learned they're extremely open to feedback. They want to get better. They want the video. They want the meetings. They want to talk. They want these ideas. They want to know how we can win - what's the plan? And it's right on down the line. The youngest guys, I knew that, because I had them in Rockford. But the oldest guys, they're almost the most excited about talking hockey and how we're going to turn this around. So that's been a pleasant surprise, and makes me very excited about the future."

What do you think of Colliton's comments?

Source: The Athletic