Two Blackhawks legends had to wait a year because of COVID-19, but eight-time All-Star defenseman and 1982 Norris Trophy winner Doug Wilson and three-time Stanley Cup champion Marian Hossa are now officially Hockey Hall-of-Famers.
Doug Wilson, Marian Hossa Officially Become Hockey Hall-Of-FamersTwo Blackhawks legends had to wait a year because of COVID-19, but eight-time All-Star defenseman and 1982 Norris Trophy winner Doug Wilson and three-time Stanley Cup champion Marian Hossa are now officially Hockey Hall-of-Famers.
Sam Hiller Along With 9 Other Women Hired By AHL To Officiate This SeasonBreaking the glass ceiling - on ice. Neither the NHL nor the American Hockey League has female officials; that has now changed for the AHL. They have hired 10 women this season.
Ex-Blackhawks Player Theo Fleury Focusing On Helping Victims Of Sexual AbuseFollowing the recent fallout involving the Chicago Blackhawks, a former player, who also is a survivor of sexual abuse, is focusing on helping victims. CBS 2’s Asal Rezaei reports.
Joel Quenneville Resigns As Florida Panthers Coach In Wake Of Blackhawks ScandalFlorida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville has resigned, hours after he met with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman in New York on Thursday to discuss his handling of the Chicago Blackhawks sexual abuse case during the team’s 2010 Stanley Cup run.
Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews Address Remarks By Kyle BeachAfter the game Wednesday night, the only two remaining Blackhawks from the 2010 team – Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews – spoke about Beach and his remarks about being sexually abused by video coach Brad Aldrich.
Kyle Beach Comes Forward, Says He Was The One Sexually Abused By Blackhawks Video CoachThe “John Doe” who accused former Blackhawks video coach Brad Aldrich of sexual abuse back in 2010 identified himself Wednesday as former Blackhawks minor league player Kyle Beach. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Looking For A WinWith six contests into the season, the Chicago Blackhawks are still looking for their first lead in a game. CBS 2's Jackie Kostek reports on a team trying to take the first step in the right direction.
'Good Feeling' Blackhawks Captain Jonathan Toews Is Back On The IceTraining camp opening for the Chicago Blackhawks with plenty of new faces in red and black. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports on a very familiar face returning, one we haven't seen or heard from in over a year.
Chicago Blackhawks Forward Andrew Shaw Announces RetirementBlackhawks forward Andrew Shaw announced his retirement from the NHL on Monday, following a series of concussions.
Kendall Coyne Schofield Will Be First Woman Development Coach For BlackhawksThe Blackhawks are hiring U.S. Women’s Team Captain Kendall Coyne Schofield as a player development coach for the organization.
Blackhawks Training Camp Opens, But Without Corey CrawfordTraining camp opened on Monday, and Corey Crawford was the only player in the 35-man roster who was not on the ice. And it is not just a one-day thing.
Chicago One Of Finalist For Two NHL Hub CitiesChicago is one of the four cities being considered as one of the two home locations for the NHL playoffs.
What To Expect From The Planned 2020 NHL PlayoffsMark Lazerus of The Athletic joins CBS 2's Megan Mawicke to talk about the playoffs that have been reshaped by the coronavirus, the Blackhawks being in them, and Chicago as a possible hub city.
Plan For Return Of NHL Puts Blackhawks In PlayoffsThe Blackhawks could soon be heading back to the ice. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Kendall Coyne, Michael Schofield Describe Life And Workouts At HomeOlympic hockey gold medalist Kendall Coyne and Super Bowl champion Michael Schofield are leading busy lives as professional athletes. Now they're at home together working out, and helping others. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Wolves GM Not Surprised That AHL Canceled Rest Of SeasonChicago Wolves General Manager Wendell Young talks with CBS 2's Megan Mawicke.
Joel Quenneville Returns To ChicagoThe former head coach for the Chicago Blackhawks comes back to the city where he led his former team to three Stanley Cups. Quenneville is now head coach for the Florida Panthers.
Blackhawks Teach Lessons On Science Of HockeyMore than 8,000 students came to the United Center for the Blackhawks' second annual STEM Showcase. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Blackhawks Retain Crawford; Keith Nearing ReturnBlackhawks assistant coach Marc Crawford will return from suspension on Jan. 2.
High School Hockey Teams Raise Money For Mom Fighting CancerTwo club hockey teams joined forces to raise money for a single mom battling cancer.
Blackhawks Red Carpet ArrivalCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on expectations from the players as they greet fans on the red carpet at the United Center for the team's home opener against the San Jose Sharks.
Blackhawks Roster Closer To Being SetIt's time to start blending the core with newcomers under second year head coach Jeremy Colliton. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Fans Hit United Center For Blackhawks FestivalThe Blackhawks' annual Training Camp Festival kicked off Sunday.
Blackhawks 'INJN' Plate RevokedCBS 2's Jim Williams reports a Chicago Blackhawks plate with the letters INJN, short for "injun" a Native American slur, is getting pulled by the Illinois Secretary of State's Office. The NHL team agrees with the decision.