The Chicago Blackhawks’ season could not be playing out any worse, and it finally hit its tipping point – head coach Jeremy Colliton has been fired. Blackhawks fans had high hopes leading into the season, and having such high hopes was justified. They went out and acquired star blueliner Seth Jones, Vezina-Trophy winner Marc-Andre Fleury, and even added depth pieces like Jake McCabe and back-to-back Stanley Cup champion Tyler Johnson. Yet here we are, a team with a 2-9-2 record that has only held a lead for four out of the 12 games they’ve played. One thing is clear: the good ole days of deep playoff runs and Stanley Cup parades are only visible in the rear-view mirror, and from what we’ve seen, there won’t be any of those coming anytime soon.