Blackhawks' Caggiula Suspended For Game 2 Vs. OilersThe hit occurred in the second period of Chicago's Game 1 victory.
Blackhawks Ban Native American Headdresses At Home GamesThe team said earlier this month it will continue to use the Blackhawks name because it honors a Native American leader who has been an inspiration to generations.
Chicago Among Final Four Cities Under Consideration To Host NHL PlayoffsThe NHL is dragging out the process, but Chicago is still alive as one of the four cities now being considered as a site for the NHL Playoffs.
Blackhawks Greats Marian Hossa And Doug Wilson Inducted Into Hockey Hall Of FameWhile Hossa was voted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, it was a 24-year wait for Wilson, a fan favorite during his long Blackhawks career.
'Long Overdue': White NHL Players Find Their Voice On RacismTyler Seguin protested in Dallas, Zdeno Chara in Boston, while Patrice Bergeron, Tom Wilson and others made donations. Jonathan Toews met with activists in Chicago.
Kane, Blackhawks Preparing For Training Camp 2.0Whenever they play their next game, it sure looks as if they will be one of 24 teams with a shot at the Stanley Cup.
In Shortened Playoff Season, Chicago May Not Be As Farfetched Of Choice For NHL Hub City As You May ThinkThe ’Hawks will face Edmonton Oilers in a best-of-five game series at a date to be determined later.
Plan For Return Of NHL Puts Blackhawks In PlayoffsThe Blackhawks could soon be heading back to the ice.
Chicago Blackhawks John McDonough Out As CEO, PresidentJohn McDonough is out as president and CEO of the Chicago Blackhawks, after a 13-year tenure with the NHL franchise.
Coronavirus Shutdown Presents Challenges For Sports Teams, SponsorsThere are no sponsored power plays at the moment. No doughnut races in the fourth quarter. No calls to the bullpen presented by phone companies.
Which Blackhawks Teammate Would Jonathan Toews Most And Least Want To Be Stuck In Quarantine With?Team captain Jonathan Toews joined fellow Central Division captains Roman Josi of the Nashville Predators, and Alex Pietrangelo of the St. Louis Blues in a video conference call on Tuesday to discuss how they’re handling the season’s hiatus.