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Lord Stanley’s Cup has been making the rounds over the last few weeks with the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks. Monday night it was head coach Joel Quenneville‘s turn with the most awesome trophy in sports, and he seemed to have a pretty good time with it.
Quenneville toted the Cup around Chicago for the day before ending the day with a boat party on Lake Michigan. Coach Q gave some old friends the chance to meet the cup as well. In attendance at the boat party were former Hartford Whalers players Ron Francis and Kevin Dineen.
Quenneville played seven season in Hartford, but the team never won the Stanley Cup as the Whalers. The franchise celebrated its first Cup win in 2006 as the Carolina Hurricanes.
Check out Coach Q and his former teammates celebrating in front of the Chicago skyline in the photo below.
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For perhaps the first time ever (as I have never heard of anyone naming their child “The Maestro” or “Soup Nazi” or “H.E. Pennypacker”), a newborn child’s name unintentionally incorporates a “Seinfeld” reference. That’s right, Chicago Blackhawks star Brent Seabrook and his wife Dayna welcomed their newborn son last Friday, Aug. 16. His first name […]The post...
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook and his wife welcomed a baby boy into their family last Friday, and the Seabrooks’ new son has a pretty interesting name: Carter Seven Seabrook.
Yup, that’s right…Seven, as in the number that Brent wears for the ‘Hawks.
Still not sure how I feel about that, but George Costanza must be pissed…Brent stole his idea.
Brent Seabrook has had plenty of success on the ice wearing No. 7 for the Blackhawks, and the defenseman showed just how fond he is of that number on his sweater when he named his first child on Friday.
The 28-year-old and his wife Dayna became proud parents on Aug. 16 to Carter Seven Seabrook. Convincing his wife to name his son after his jersey number when he has two Stanley Cup...
Gone are the days where Chicago Blackhawks fans can easily buy tickets to home games. After making the playoffs five out of the past six years and winning the Stanley Cup twice in four years, being shut out of tickets is to be expected for the normal buyer. For me, as a young Chicago sports fan, this is completely new. Last year I was able to buy four tickets to one game of the season...
Brent Seabrook’s newborn son has the middle name Seven. [h/t the great Daily Buzz]
Introducing... Baby Seabs! Congrats to Brent and Dayna Seabrook on the birth of Carter SEVEN Seabrook on Aug. 16! pic.twitter.com/i4D8iiolNr— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) August 19, 2013
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I found this article in the Chicago Tribune and I think it brings up an interesting point. I have often wondered if NHL players are using PEDS as well. With the trouble that Major League Baseball is currently happening, it’s only a matter of time before the finger will be pointed at the National Hockey League. Thoughts?
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The Blackhawks confirmed to the Tribune that they have increased...