The Chicago Blackhawks impressed some fans during their 2020 Stanley Cup playoff adventure.
Unfortunately they couldn't get it done in the first round against the Vegas Golden Knights after bouncing the Edmonton Oilers during the qualifying round.
Regardless, we saw some pretty impressive play from a team that wasn't even supposed to be there.
It seems it's impressive enough to earn head coach Jeremy Colliton a contract extension.
NHL insider Pierre LeBrun reports that we'll likely see one done after the Blackhawks figure out their cap crunch and offseason moves.
"I don’t believe there have been any conversations yet on the contract front, the Hawks priority right now is readying themselves for the Oct. 6-7 draft and potential roster changes. But I do expect the Blackhawks to explore extending Colliton before next season begins."
Are you OK with Colliton getting extended as the team continues to "reset"?