Never before has the Stanley Cup been to southwest suburban Lemont, but that’s expected to change soon.
WGN Flag & Decorating Co., based in the South Chicago neighborhood, has been making banners for the Blackhawks and Bulls since they played in the old Chicago Stadium.
Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman will be a busy man this summer.
The Stanley Cup has been making the rounds again in Chicago, and one Blackhawk is using it to help out some pit bulls, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty.
Quenneville has to rank among the all-time coaching greats.
“There’s something special about Toews and Kane and Duncan Keith,” Richards says.
Chicago celebrated its Stanley Cup champions on Thursday.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was soundly booed Thursday at the Blackhawks’ championship rally, and he didn’t have to say a word do draw fans’ ire.
A parade through downtown was followed by a rally at Soldier Field.
After three Stanley Cup titles and two Olympic gold medals, one can forgive Toews if he is at a loss for words.
Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz spoke for all of Chicago on Thursday when he said celebrating a Stanley Cup championship will never get old, no matter how many times the team pulls off the feat.
Patrick Kane stepped before the 70,000 fans at Thursday’s Stanley Cup rally at Soldier Field: “What’s up? Chicagoooooohh!”
Blackhawks fans clearly didn’t mind getting a bit wet Thursday morning, for a chance to see the Stanley Cup champions parade through downtown Chicago, ahead of a victory rally at Soldier Field.
Tens of thousands have gathered to celebrate the Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup.
Thousands of Blackhawks fans will be lining the streets to cheer for their hockey heroes on Thursday, and some just couldn’t wait to get a front row seat for the Stanley Cup victory parade.
Chalk this one up to culture differences and an honest mistake.
At 27, Toews has been the leader of three Stanley Cup teams and won two Olympic gold medals.
Now with three Stanley Cup champions in recent memory, a certain word is being thrown around: dynasty.
Patrick Sharp greeted a very important guest at his home on Tuesday afternoon.
Three men appeared in court on charges Tuesday related to the Stanley Cup celebration, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.