There are 10 Blackhawks who will soon head to Sochi.
Will the Sochi craziness bring even more people to watch the Olympics?
Mike Tyson said he’s been sober for about six months now.
The Blackhawks have acquired two forwards from the New York Islanders in exchange for a draft pick in 2014. 670 The Score’s Jay Zawaski looks at the deal.
Complaints about substandard facilities in the days before the Sochi Olympics were dismissed by Russian officials as overblown and biased.
It’s a contrast of styles between the Blackhawks and Ducks, who are on a playoff collision course.
Corey Crawford is playing the best he has all season, justifying his big contract.
Who knows what topics will be broached when the one and only Mike Tyson comes on air.
Given its small size, Soldier Field isn’t the type of facility that should host a Super Bowl.
Gar Forman wishes Carlos Boozer would’ve addressed his playing time in house.
Otis Wilson says Seahawks “got a little more winning to do.”
The blowout didn’t prevent Super Bowl XLVIII from becoming the most-watched show ever.
The statistics between the ’85 Bears and ’13 Seahawks are strikingly similar.
Get ready for some of the most exciting and aesthetically pleasing hockey that you will ever see.
The NFL commissioner appears set on letting Washington keep its nickname.
More could be better for the NFL playoffs.
The details behind how each team will attack the other in the Super Bowl.
Jeff Samardzija and the Cubs are still working on getting a deal done to avoid arbitration.
Charles Tillman said it’s “too early to tell” if he’ll re-sign in Chicago.
This year, we’re allowing you download and print the prop bets so you can follow along.
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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!
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