Some fans have expressed concern over inherent sexism in the “Shoot the Puck” promotion.
The Blackhawks are treating their star players with the utmost respect, and it’s been reciprocated.
“We have a chance to continue this amazing ride we’ve been on for another eight years,” Jonathan Toews says.
Kevin Dineen and Joel Quenneville were teammates in the 1980s.
The deals will keep the two stars in Chicago through 2022-’23.
In seven years, the knowledge and commitment of Blackhawks fans has changed for the better.
John McDonough also reiterated that he wants Kane and Toews in Chicago for “a long, long time.”
All it will take is one order, perhaps from somewhere far north, and John McDonough will have found truth in idiom.
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.
If there is any grumbling still going on, I can’t hear it.
Blackhawks President John McDonough understands the difference between history and trivia.
In an effort to endear themselves to a calloused fan base, the Blackhawks took out a full-page ad in the Chicago Tribune, thanking fans for their “patience and loyalty” during the lockout.
Two Chicago sports figures cracked the top 10 — Chairman of the Blackhawks, Rocky Wirtz at No. 5, and Bulls point guard Derrick Rose at No. 7.
So that leaves just the Blackhawks as the Chicago team with championship potential and few serious problems. When would anyone have thought that would happen?
The Chicago Blackhawks have announced that their adding the title of Chief Executive Officer to current Team President John McDonough.
The Chicago Blackhawks will donate a 2010 Stanley Cup ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of a special Stanley Cup display.
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