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Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: 'I will not play hockey anymore'

CHICAGO – Marian Hossa has three years left on his contract with the Blackhawks, but he’ll most likely never play in the NHL again.

The 39-year-old three-time Stanley Cup champion made his intentions pretty clear to a Slovakian newspaper saying, “I will not play hockey anymore.” 106 more words


HAWL IN: The IceHogs carry the playoff hockey torch in 2018

ROCKFORD – To be fair, fans in Chicago have been void of deep postseason run for a couple of years now.

Their nine-year playoff streak ended this year, of course, but the team failed to get out of the first round the previous two seasons. 524 more words


Stories You Should Know: 1961 Stanley Cup

1961 Stanley Cup

The Chicago Black Hawks (the name was changed to Blackhawks in 1986) have existed since 1926. The Hawks would advance to their first Stanley Cup Final in 1932, then win the Stanley Cup two years later in 1934. 1,140 more words

Stories You Should Know

'Chelsea Dagger' band surprised with Blackhawks sweaters on WGN

The Fratellis

New album ‘In Your Own Sweet Time’ out now.

On tour across North American now (starting April 26th), playing at Chicago Metro tonight (May 11th). 278 more words


Blackhawks Crazy: Perfects Hogs, World Championships and Conference Finals

On the latest Blackhawks Crazy podcast, Scott King & Chris Boden check in on the performances of ‘Hawks players participating in the World Championships and take a closer look at Rockford’s perfect start to the Calder Cup playoffs (including interviews with Victor Ejdsell and Carl Dahlstrom). 43 more words


9 awesome things about The Chi

No, not the TV show … the City.

For the first time in 11 years, I’m celebrating my birthday at home. I’ve been globetrotting for some time but now I’m back. 1,394 more words


Blackhawks' Patrick Kane, Alex DeBrincat shine for Team USA in World Championship win vs Germany

HERNING, Denmark – It’s been nearly a month since their season came to a playoff-less end in Winnipeg, but a number of Blackhawks’ players are keeping themselves busy in Europe. 247 more words