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Rush was in Tinley Park Illinois when a very special guest came on stage during their concert. Chicago Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo brought the Stanley Cup on stage for the band and the fans to enjoy and everyone loved it. The Stanley Cup always goes to the coolest places. [YouTube]
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For a game, while brutal in its most basic essence, to maintain a long-standing tradition remains of shaking hands in a display of sportsmanship after a hard-fought, likely antagonistic and sometimes even downright hate-filled and vitriolic playoff series, perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks took out a full-page ad [...]The post...
After trading Dave Bolland to the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks used the 51st overall selection on defenseman Carl Dahlström from Sweden. Dahlström is listed at 6-3 and 191 pounds, and is described as having a solid … Continue reading →The post 2013 NHL Draft: Chicago Blackhawks Select D Carl Dahlström appeared first on Committed Indians.
In front of jubilant fans as far as the eye could see, Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford gave one of best, albeit brief, profane speeches ever during the Stanley Cup championship celebration in downtown ChiTown. Although the racy language was much to the delight of his teammates and fans, it likely was much to the [...]The post Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford drops f...
Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Sharp's toddler daughter shared an absolutely precious moment with the 2013 Stanley Cup.
That sound you hear? That’s Herb Brooks rolling over in his grave. Either during a boisterous moment of bravado or a patently absurd display of historical ignorance — or both — Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel, while taking in the festivities surrounding the Chicago Blackhawks’ victory parade and celebration on Friday, referred to the team’s Stanley [...]The post Chicago...
The Blackhawks held their Stanley Cup parade today in Chicago. Corey Crawford took this opportunity to deliver a very short but very profane speech to the Windy City.
32 words, 2 f-bombs, 1 testicles reference = Championship speech if I’ve ever heard one.
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Television networks might want to consider using a five-second delay for these Stanley Cup championship parades.
Kings goalie Jonathan Quick dropped a few F-bombs during last year’s victory rally in Los Angeles, and his Blackhawks counterpart, Corey Crawford, followed suit Friday afternoon in Chicago.
After being presented with the Hawks’ ceremonial “championship belt” by...
In 2010, an estimated 2 million Chicago Blackhawks fans from all over the Chicagoland area came to celebrate a Stanley Cup victory with the players and fellow fans. The 2012 parade was even bigger. Chicago police estimated more than two million people attended the 2013 parade on Friday.
I went to the 2010 parade and had an amazing time, so I was excited to gather up a few friends...
Patrick Kane and the Stanley Cup made an appearance on Saturday night at Northerly Island FirstMerit Bank pavilion on the Chicago lakefront during a Jimmy Buffett concert. Kaner was sporting an odd parrot hat and looked like he was really enjoying himself and we are really enjoying the pictures.
#chicagoblackhawk Patrick Kane and Jimmy Buffett with the #StanleyCup yesterday @NHL...
Wow! The Chicago Blackhawks organization is a first class organization. Very touching gesture.
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Blackhawks have taken out a full-page advertisement in The Boston Globe thanking the city and its fans.
The Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins on Monday to win the Stanley Cup championship. On Friday, Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz and team chairman...
Chicago Blackhawks fans piled into Grant Park in droves to support their 2013 Stanley Cup Champions. This photo paints a perfect picture of the scene.
CHI trades Michael Frolik to WPG.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 30, 2013
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Michal Frolik goes to WPG: Hawks get 3rd and 5th rounders
— John Kreiser (@jkreiser77nhl) June 30, 2013
The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired centre Dave Bolland from the Chicago Blackhawks. In exchange, Chicago will be receiving three draft picks. Less than a week ago, Bolland scored the Cup winning goal in the Blackhawks' miraculous comeback versus the Boston Bruins in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final.The Ontario native had 14 points in 35 games with the Blackhawks last season.Related...