"Commit To The Indian" - Following a particularly difficult loss to the hated Detroit Red Wings during the 2007-08 season, a frustrated coach Denis Savard launched into a uncharacteristic tirade indirectly calling out some of his players referencing their perceived lack of commitment. In doing so, he unintentionally coined this now famous Blackhawks war cry which pays homage to the legendary logo which adorns the "sweater" of the Chicago's NHL franchise. The actual quote can be heard/viewed on YouTube by searching: Denis Savard Snaps About The Hawks
"Commit to us, commit to the jersey, commit to the people here. They don't want to commit to the 'Indian', let's go upstairs and get them out of here." - Denis Savard, CTTI
by Chief Dagger June 10, 2013

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