Hockey is back!
That’s right, arguably, the greatest sport in the world will resume (free of lockout drama) Wednesday night, and I couldn’t be more excited.
Straight off of a Stanley Cup victory, it was easy to realize who the Chicago Blackhawks should re-sign and who they should let go, and a few weeks into the offseason and five key re-signings, two trades, and two major releases later, the team’s management has perfectly executed what needed to be done.
In 2010, an estimated 2 million Chicago Blackhawks fans from all over the Chicagoland area came to celebrate a Stanley Cup victory with the players and fellow fans. The 2012 parade was even bigger. Chicago police estimated more than two million people attended the 2013 parade on Friday. I went to the 2010 parade and had an […]
For the first time since 1979, two Original Six teams will face each other in the historic Stanley Cup finals. The Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks aren’t rivals and don’t have much of a playoff history, but both are playing their best hockey since the beginning of the postseason, offering a chance for a memorable […]
Success in Chicago seems to have come with a price. For the fourth time in six years, the Chicago Blackhawks are raising season ticket and single-game ticket prices. As of writing this, no specific price details have been given on how much single-game tickets will rise, but you can find out the specific price details on […]
On Saturday night, iconic CBC hockey commentator Don Cherry went on a rant about female reporters entering locker rooms. His comments were in response to a controversial locker room exchange between the Chicago Blackhawks’ Duncan Keith and reporter Karen Thomson of a Vancouver-area radio station. To be fair, Keith himself does not have a problem with […]