Patrick Sharp greeted a very important guest at his home on Tuesday afternoon.
Fans can celebrate the 2015 Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday with a parade followed by a rally at Soldier Field.
Change will surely come, but everything suggests the Blackhawks’ excellence will carry on.
Just around the time that Patrick Kane drilled his one-timer past Ben Bishop on Monday night, effectively ensuring another Stanley Cup for the Blackhawks, a whopping 3.3 million viewers were watching in Chicago.
Panic about these Blackhawks? No way.
Walking through Macy’s Department Store the other day, shoppers could be heard discussing the latest fashion controversy.
Rizzo has put his ego aside with the B-hack, and the results are remarkable.
When it comes down to actually watching the Stanley Cup Final, Chicago totally dominated on Wednesday night.
For a man who once sent a dead fish to a political operative, taunting the owners of the Tampa Bay Lightning just seems compulsory for Rahm Emanuel.
Thibodeau was fired Thursday after five seasons in charge of the Bulls.
The South Siders have won six in a row and are showing signs of life.
There’s a reason why Rose lost his aggressiveness as the Bulls’ season ended meekly last week.
It’s quite the time to be a Chicago sports fan right now.
Wednesday’s White Sox-Orioles game was surreal.
Representatives from every NFL team are in town for the draft, and the league has transformed part of Grant Park into “Draft Town,” a sprawling fan festival where fans can meet this year’s prospects, watch the draft, and even learn football skills.
The crowd was officially recorded as “0.”
Russell can play anywhere in the infield, Maddon says.
The trouble in Baltimore deserves our attention right now.
LeBron James, you are ridiculous!
The fallout stems from a benches-clearing brawl Thursday night between the White Sox and Royals.
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