St. Louis is a 5/1 favorite to win it all, while Chicago has 13/2 odds.
By Jay Zawaski- (CBS) As exciting as the Olympic tournament was, I think I speak for most of the hockey community when I say, “Welcome back, NHL.” As the playoffs approach, everything the Blackhawks do […]
All we have of actual substance for the next couple months is baseball. Cold, cruel Chicago baseball.
As Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer work to improve the Cubs’ farm system, valuable Major League players may be traded for prospects.
As the trade deadline looms, undoubtedly the rumors will begin to grow louder.
On a day with few big trades before the trade deadline, the Chicago Blackhawks’ Stan Bowman was able to add a puck moving defenseman to his team, and given the deadline climate that’s a win for the Blackhawks.
Sans the deal for James Johnson–one that sent him to Toronto for a 1st round draft pick–Gar/Pax decided to hold firm with the pieces they already have in place in the teams quest for their first NBA championship since 1998.
Thursday’s NBA trade deadline came and went and found the Chicago Bulls with the exact same team they had in their 118-113 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.
The NBA’s trade deadline is less than two hours away, and that has all Chicago Bulls fans wondering the same thing.
Ah, the trade deadline! Speculation and rumors are tossed around more during this time of the season than bean bags in a corn-hole tournament.
With the NBA’s trade deadline quickly approaching, the Chicago Bulls have been connected to several rumors involving players like Courtney Lee and O.J. Mayo.
To say the Bulls are clicking on all cylinders right now would be a bit of an understatement.
In a very crowded Western Conference playoff race the Chicago Blackhawks are right in the middle of it all. A long winning streak could push them to hosting a home playoff series, but a long losing streak could knock them out all together.