A road trip to Detroit shows just how respected the Blackhawks are these days.
The Chicago Blackhawks released their 2011-12 schedule Thursday, which includes back-to-back games against the Dallas Stars to the start the season.
The new Winnipeg franchise has hired their new head coach, and it isn’t Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Haviland.
Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Haviland is reportedly one of two finalists for the Winnipeg head coaching job.
Winnipeg’s new NHL franchise could be getting even more of a Blackhawks feel than it already does.
Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Haviland will interview for Winnipeg’s head coach opening after Kevin Cheveldayoff was hired as GM.
Although it was reported on Tuesday, Chicago Blackhawks’ assistant general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff officially accepted the general manager position with the new Winnipeg franchise on Wednesday.
According to a report, Winnipeg’s NHL franchise has found their new general manager, Chicago Blackhawks’ assistant GM Kevin Cheveldayoff.
According to report by the Winnipeg Free Press, the city’s new NHL franchise has offered the general manager position to Chicago Blackhawks assistant GM Kevin Cheveldayoff.
In a press conference on Tuesday morning True North Sports and Entertainment announced that they have have purchased the Atlanta Thrashers organization and plan to move the team to Winnipeg for this upcoming NHL season.