This time around against the Blackhawks, the Wild are more dangerous offensively.
Minnesota has an elite first line of defense, but it’s weaker behind that.
All the latest on the No. 14 pick, converting cornerbacks, offense vs. defense and more.
Take a look at the options the Bears figure to have in the later rounds.
Let’s say it all together: The White Sox are fun to watch again.
Zdeno Chara and Shea Weber are the other two finalists.
A group of DePaul students held a protest over what they feel are severe shortcomings by their school’s athletic department when it comes to handling cases of sexual violence.
The frosty relationship will continue until Sammy Sosa tells the truth.
Bill Wennington, Mark Lazerus and Bruce Levine are among the guests today.
Jay Zawaski breaks down the storylines of a Blackhawks-Blues series tied 2-2.
With expectations high, Chicago has its share of primetime games.
Celebrating 100 years of losing just feels weird.
Fergie’s final masterpiece and a wild brawl will never fade from the memory.
Corey Crawford stepped up last night, now the Bulls need to tonight.
Jay Zawaski vows to never abandon his hockey fans again.
Noah is a Defensive Player of the Year candidate, while Gibson is a Sixth Man candidate.
Brent Seabrook’s hit on David Backes was dirty, and Tim Baffoe will explain why for those who don’t get it.
The Blackhawks are in deep trouble, and have no one to blame but themselves.
For Blackhawk fans, Thursday night’s 4-3 triple overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues hurt like hell.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville grabbed for a little too much gusto during a tense overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues.
Check out these photos from McNeil’s trip to Canada!
Bill Walton joins Boers & Bernstein in studio at 670 The Score.
Check out these photos of 670 The Score’s Roast, celebrating 20 years of Chicago sports radio!
Check out these throwback head shots from Score personalities.