2013 Stanley Cup Final
County Line Orchard in Hobart is going with a Blackhawks theme for this year’s corn maze.
She’s the Blackhawks fan who took a hockey puck to the face, but that was the last Patricia Higgins saw of it until Tuesday night, when the man who scooped it up gave it back to her at the CBS 2 broadcast center.
As the party was getting started, one man was fixated on getting the Blackhawks moving in the right direction for the 2013-14 season.
At 10:45 am, Patrick Sharp will be live in the 670 The Score studios with the Lord Stanley’s Cup.
If ever a song was attached to a team, it’s Chelsea Dagger and the Chicago Blackhawks.
So multitudinous were the Blackhawks fans swarming downtown Chicago on Friday morning that when the gates to Grant Park were opened to let them in, one of my Facebook friends said it looked like a scene out of “World War Z.”
For the second time in four seasons, the Blackhawks celebrated their Stanley Cup Final victory in the streets of Chicago.
The Blackhawks victory parade is finally here!
The Blackhawks and White Sox: a parade of heroes versus a parade of errors.
Before the Blackhawks celebrate their Stanley Cup championship with fans on Friday, they’re thanking Bruins fans and the city of Boston for their generosity during the playoffs.
Blackhawks star Marian Hossa announced Thursday he may need surgery to repair a disc in his back.
Bryan Bickell is looking forward to Friday’s parade and rally for the Chicago Blackhawks’ second Stanley Cup title in four seasons.
On Wednesday, two-time Stanley Cup champion Patrick Kane took a break from parading the Stanley Cup around Chicago to visit with the Late Show’s David Letterman.
New details are emerging about Friday’s parade and rally for the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.
Armed with two Stanley Cup Final victories and a Conn Smythe Trophy at the tender age of 24, Patrick Kane is celebrating like only Patrick Kane can.
The Blackhawks’ season was bookended by celebrations.
Hey, at least the police tried to contain the party.
The Blackhawks are the talk of Chicago today, but all that celebrating might not be good for business.
On Wed. June 26, two days after winning his second Stanley Cup Final in four seasons, Kane will appear as a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman on CBS.
Following those two historic goals that led the Blackhawks to their second Stanley Cup victory in four seasons, bars all across the city of Chicago erupted.