With baseball season being postponed due to COVID-19 precautions, we do not get to experience Opening Day today.
This afternoon, the Chicago Blackhawks announced that the United Center will be repurposed to serve as a COVID-19 Emergency Relief Hub.
Upon rounding up songs for quarantine playlist purposes, a few tracks in particular brought back joyful memories of Chicago hockey glory.
On Friday, March 13th, the Blackhawks were scheduled to host the Ottawa Senators, the only NHL team that now has a reported coronavirus case.
What if I was quarantined on an island with Chicago sports personalities? Who would I want in my foxhole? As such, I present: The Five Chicago athletes I would like to be quarantined with.
A world without sports is one that nobody wants to experience, but in the world of the Coronavirus, it is indeed one we live in.
The Chicago Blackhawks have recalled defenseman Dennis Gilbert from the Rockford IceHogs on an emergency basis ahead of tonight’s game at Detroit.
The 19-year-old defenseman received OHL Defenseman of the Month honors after a productive month of February.
The launch for Loud Barn Lager took place Saturday at the Goose Island Tap Room, where Hawks’ fans gathered to taste the beer, meet Calvin de Haan, and watch the Blackhawks defeat the Florida Panthers.
Ahead of tonight’s matchup with the Florida Panthers, the Blackhawks have recalled Rockford IceHogs’ forward Brandon Hagel on an emergency basis.