Jamal Mayers

Jamal Mayers Joins Blackhawks Front Office As Community LiaisonMayers had been working as a television analyst.
Toews Made Generous Offer To Get Teammate's Name On Cup In '13Jonathan Toews shows time and again what it means to be a captain.
Jamal Mayers Retires From NHL Jamal Mayers, the checking forward who played last season for the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, retired from the NHL on Friday after 14 seasons.
Video: Jamal Mayers Fights With Raffi Torres You knew this was coming.
Kane Scores Twice, Blackhawks Beat Sharks 5-3Patrick Kane scored the tiebreaking goal for Chicago on what would have been a San Jose power play and then added an empty-netter to seal the Blackhawks' 5-3 victory Tuesday night in a matchup of the NHL's top two teams.
Blackhawks Re-sign Oduya, MayersThe Blackhawks agreed to contract extensions with defenseman Johnny Oduya and forward Jamal Mayers Tuesday, bringing both unrestricted free agents back to Chicago for another season.
Blackhawks Pregame Notebook: Shaw Back, Mayers FrustratedWhen the Blackhawks take the ice Monday night in Game 6 against the Coyotes, they will most likely have forward Andrew Shaw back with them.
Bowman: Hawks Have Core To Be Successful​With 18 games remaining the regular season, it's safe to say the Blackhawks have lacked consistency this year.
Kuc: Scott Trade Leaves Void For Hawks ​In one of two moves the Blackhawks made before the trade deadline on Tuesday, the team sent defenseman John Scott to the Rangers for a fifth-round pick.
Blackhawks Fall 8-4 To Edmonton, Lose 4th StraightIt was a thoroughly forgettable night Thursday for the Blackhawks in Edmonton, as they lost to the Oilers 8-4.
Blackhawks Lose 3rd Straight, Fall To Canucks In OTDaniel Sedin scored at 3:37 of overtime to lift the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
Hoge: Blackhawks Show Off Toughness But Forget The RestAfter an offseason focused on getting tougher to handle teams like Vancouver, the Blackhawks watched the Canucks come into the United Center Sunday, take their fair share of punches and still leave with a 6-2 victory.