Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville became the latest victim to join the annals of disappointing ceremonial first pitch performers.
Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane is earning well-deserved praise this week after news surfaced that he gave up his first-class seat on a recent flight to a member of the U.S. military.
A couple of Chicago Blackhawks fans seated behind their favorite NHL team’s bench couldn’t keep their eyes focused on the on-ice action and instead engaged in a pretty hot-and-heavy makeo
Patrick Kane made an announcement Tuesday that might not sit well with his legions of Chicago Blackhawks fans: The superstar is mulling going mullet-less this upcoming postseason.
Patrick Kane extended his game points streak to a franchise-record 23 courtesy of an empty netter during the Chicago Blackhawks’ 4-1 win over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday.
William “Refrigerator” Perry, one of the most iconic players from the Super Bowl-shuffling Chicago Bears’ dominant 1985 team that went on to win Super Bowl XX, announced this week that he will
Jonathan Toews decided to get away for some R&R after the Chicago Blackhawks’ grueling but rewarding run to another Stanley Cup title by taking a hiking vacation in Peru.
First a towering Stanley Cup replica made entirely out of chocolate weighing in at 100 pounds, now this?
Richardson Farm, a popular “adventure farm” located in Spring Grove, Ill.
A replica of the Stanley Cup made entirely out of chocolate weighing in at a whopping 100 pounds made its debut at the Chicago Blackhawks’ annual fan convention over the weekend and also made a
Patrick Kane must be a huge Jimmy Buffett fan or the events of the weekend were an example of one heckuva coincidence, as the Chicago Blackhawks superstar again ended up at a concert of the good-time
For the third time in six seasons, the Chicago Blackhawks are Stanley Cup champions after dispatching the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games courtesy of a 2-0 victory at United Center on Monday night.
Jimmy Fallon busted out another round of his “NHL Superlatives” routine in honor of the Stanley Cup Final, and took aim at the players currently competing, the Tampa Bay Lightning and the
A 75-foot-tall brachiosaurus skeleton replica outside of the Field Museum in Chi-Town has been the Chicago Blackhawks’ biggest supporter during recent runs to the Stanley Cup courtesy of a gino
Joe Maddon forged many relationships with the area’s other professional sports franchises while serving nine seasons as the Tampa Bay Rays manager before joining the Chicago Cubs.