With the Chicago Blackhawks 2017-18 bust season coming to an end, there's been plenty of speculation in regards to everybody's future on the team.
Rumors swirling regarding both Joel Quenneville's and Stan Bowman's future with the team, along with lots of chatter regarding star players being moved.
The talk got so loud, it forced President John McDonough to publicly announce that both Quenneville and Bowman would be back for next year.
NHL.com's Tracey Myers caught up with both Patrick Kane and captain Jonathan Toews to ask them about having Coach Q back.
"You're not going to find a better coach than Q," Kane said. "We should all feel very fortunate that he's going to be back another year, try and play better for him next year."
Toews is happy that neither will be used as a scapegoat, and the whole team and organization needs to come together to fix the issues they encountered this year.
"We’ve been through a lot, playing for Joel. Stan’s done a lot of great things for this team," Toews said. "I think everyone’s committed to fixing the issues and the problems that we faced this year, and the same goes for Joel and Stan."