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The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Second City Savvy

CHICAGO SIDE SPORTS' Tab Banford writes, "The Blackhawks are off to a record-setting start that has impressed everyone except Stephen A. Smith. While the players on the ice and coaches behind the bench are getting a lot of credit (rightfully so), general manager Stan Bowman should also get a tip of the cap" (CHICAGOSIDESPORTS.com). Also, a look at White Sox GM Rick Hahn's leadership style (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES).

YAHOO SPORTS' Dan Wetzel writes, "The Big East might no longer be the top basketball conference in the country … but it'll still be very good, even capable of being great. And, I believe, it will continue to stage the nation's best conference tournament and one of the great events on the sports calendar" (SPORTS.YAHOO.com). Also, who will own Big East records, stats once the conference splits up? (HARTFORD COURANT)

SPORTSJOURNALISM.org's Eric Deggans writes of ESPN's ombudsman vacancy: "Here's hoping the self-proclaimed 'Worldwide Leader in Sports' continues to lead in the most important way, hiring a new ombudsman quickly to keep its ethical compass evolving on the right track" (SPORTSJOURNALISM.org). Also, ESPN looks to embrace cutting-edge statistical analysis, a.k.a. "Big Data" (ADWEEK.com).

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