Welcome to another edition of Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman Brandon Cohn.

Today's show includes a discussion on UTEP coach Tim Floyd and his recent visit with USC Athletic Director Pat Haden.  We talk about the possibility of Floyd leaving UTEP following this season.

We talk about Dennis Rodman and his recent visit to North Korea with Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.  It seems that the two have developed the most unlikely friendship, and Rodman said that Un isn't a bad guy, and he will be going back to visit again.

Finally, we discuss the Chicago Blackhawks amazing streak where they have been able to set an NHL record by gaining a point in their first 24 games.  Will this magical run end with the team winning the Stanley Cup, and will the Blackhawks historically be considered as the best team ever in the NHL?

My special thanks to KLAQ, KISS FM, and 600 ESPN El Paso's Operations Manager Kevin Vargas for joining me on today's show.  If you would like to contact Kevin you can follow him on Twitter @KevinVargas911.

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"Floyd's a professional, whether you have a job, a contract, or whatever your status your're looking for, if you're going to be a true professional you should always be someone who treats someone with the same respect that you want, and if someone is gonna inquire, then fans shouldn't knock him for that, especially some place where he had history."

"That ring doesn't have asterisk on it, and there's a lot of players who will gladly take multiple asterisks in order to get themselves a championship ring."