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A 2015/2016 review/preview. Including: Being The Blackhawks; Cartoon Cubs; As The Bulls Turn; Not Bowled Over By John Fox; Let's Talk About The
White Sox Cubs; The City's Most Inconsequential Franchise; and Party Of The Year.
* Willie Gault.
3:00: Being The Blackhawks.
* Key moment of 2015: Patrick Kane's injury.
* Key for 2016: Patrick Kane's new line.
* Rosenbloom: When Will Blackhawks Trade To Fill Their Holes?
14:14: Cartoon Cubs.
* Key moment of 2015: One-game playoff win against the Pirates.
* Key for 2016: A fourth starter not named Hendricks or Hammel.
* FanGraphs: The Cubs As The Best Team In Baseball.
36:25: As The Bulls Turn.
* Key moment of 2015: Championship window closes.
* Key for 2016: Championship window opens.
50:32: Not Bowled Over By John Fox.
* Key moment of 2015: Not drafting a quarterback.
* Key for 2016: Drafting a quarterback.
58:12: Let's Talk About The
White Sox Cubs.
* Key moment of 2015: Not firing Robin Ventura.
* Key for 2016: Firing Robin Ventura.
* Olney: The Problem With Tanking In Baseball.
1:06:40: Our Chicago Player Of The Year.
* Runner-up: DePaul basketball.
* Most Illinois: University of Illinois.
1:08:36: Party Of The Year.
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