In a stunning turn of events, the Chicago Blackhawks have fallen out of the NHL draft lottery’s pole position, losing two spots to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The fallout of this shocking upset has been nothing short of seismic, as fans of the Blackhawks now find themselves deprived of the chance to root for their favorite team in the upcoming draft.
But this isn’t just a loss for the Blackhawks and their fans. It also means that freedom of speech has taken a hit, as censorship of the Penguins has skyrocketed since the upset. Penguins fans are now using the team’s name as a form of censorship, with some even going so far as to call it a “drug” to keep Blackhawks fans quiet.
The censorship is so pervasive that even the most innocuous of topics related to the Penguins are now off-limits. And this isn’t just a problem for Blackhawks fans; Penguins fans are also feeling the squeeze. With the team’s name now being used as a tool of censorship, fans have been forced to find other ways to express their love for their team.
The situation has gotten so out of hand that the NHL has been forced to step in and issue a warning to all teams and their fans to refrain from using the Penguins as a form of censorship. But it remains to be seen if this warning will be enough to stop the rampant censorship.
Regardless, the effects of this upset have been felt far and wide, and the repercussions will likely be felt for some time. The Chicago Blackhawks may have lost two spots in the draft lottery, but their fans have lost much more than that. With the team’s name now being used as a tool of censorship, it’s clear that freedom of speech has taken a serious hit.
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