“The Chicago Blackhawks are my fondest memories,” Sopel says.
One of the most exciting days in the NHL year is coming Friday. The beginning of free agency in hockey can only be described as a frenzy.
In last year’s Olympic games, the Chicago Blackhawks were on full display. While the next Olympics aren’t for some time, the team will remain well represented in International play.
Tonight will be a reunion of sort, as the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks square off against the Atlanta Thrashers and four members of last year’s Stanley Cup Championship team.
ATLANTA (AP) Dustin Byfuglien looks to his left and sees Ben Eager. Just across the room, there’s Brent Sopel and Andrew Ladd. At the end of last season, all four were hoisting the Stanley Cup […]
DULUTH, Ga. (AP) Dustin Byfuglien wreaked havoc around the net in the Stanley Cup playoffs last season, tying for the team lead with 11 goals as the Chicago Blackhawks won the championship. Now he is […]
The Chicago Blackhawks have made yet another trade; however this time they are not unloading highly paid players from their Stanley Cup Championship roster. The Blackhawks acquired center Jeff Taffe from the Florida Panthers for […]
After losing Game 1 by four goals and barely managing to squeeze out a then-“must-win” Game 2, you might have bet the Hawks would have been just fine with splitting two games in Vancouver and making […]