Championships in Chicago are few and far between.
Let’s just hope there’s no such thing as the “Sports Illustrated” curse.
Lots of fans converged on Millennium Park on Wednesday for a chance to get their picture with the Stanley Cup.
If you want a picture with the Stanley Cup, you better act quickly.
“Some of these families are going through the very most difficult periods of their lives, and to get a little respite, a little sense of joy with something they probably wouldn’t normally see – the Stanley Cup – it’s wonderful,” Ronald McDonald House CEO Doug Porter said.
To get back at the pop star, three Blackhawks fans – Chris Wilkerson, Mark Wegener and Josh Kaye – had their photo taken while standing on top of a giant cutout of Bieber’s face at the team’s fan convention last weekend.
County Line Orchard in Hobart is going with a Blackhawks theme for this year’s corn maze.
The Stanley Cup drew a big crowd in southwest suburban Crestwood on Wednesday, as hundreds of Blackhawks fans waited in line – many of them for several hours – for a glimpse of the legendary trophy.
That’s what happens when both baseball teams are in the process of being sold for scrap.
In the wake of the outrage, Blackhawks senior director for communications and community relations Brandon Faber released a statement.
Today, the Cup made arguably its most important stop of the offseason – at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
If Justin Bieber was looking for a way to anger Blackhawks fans, this is the way to do it.
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.
Yes, that’s right, the Meat Stanley Cup is 35 pounds of bacon, ground beef, hot dogs, and, to top it all off, beer cheese.
The message of the Chicago Gay Hockey Association is summed up in a new video its members have posted online: If you can play, you can play … and you can win.
Championship get-togethers are a shared delusion.
I don’t begrudge Blackhawks fans their fun. Your team won! Awesome! You deserved the parade today. I am however afraid to leave my house tonight. It’s Friday. I deserve a drink. And I have no desire to walk into every neighborhood bar just to find it filled with red jerseys and drunken Hawks fans. Again, Hawks fans deserve their celebrations! But that doesn’t mean I have to celebrate with them.
They break windows and throw bottles in the street and really stick it to The Man when they think The Man (who likely hasn’t oppressed them, as these twenty-somethings are mostly suburban-raised fortunates thinking they’re cool by slumming it in the city for street cred) isn’t looking.
Hundreds of thousands of Blackhawks fans have crowded city streets downtown and packed into Grant Park for the team’s Stanley Cup victory parade and rally.
Seats at Cardozo’s Pub at 170 West Washington are easy to come by now. But during the Blackhawks parade? Not so easy.