You would expect there to be an artist in the organization to paint the Blackhawks logo on the ice at the United Center. Alas, that is NOT the case! Well…not entirely.
With the Blackhawks back on the ice this week, there are now FIVE black and red DIVVY bikes with player numbers on the front basket. While they’re pretty cool to see, they’re also important!!!
With that shiny new 8-year Blackhawks contract extension, we will be seeing a LOT of Patrick Kane! Not only will you see him on the ice, but you’ll also spot his mug on television commercials.
As you probably know, the Blackhawks beat the Wild in overtime last night. As they celebrated their win, they got an inspiring, yet brief, speech from Coach Quenneville.
Tally is a hockey fan. It’s very clear she’s got Stanley Cup fever. Have you seen her latest video? She sings “Build Me Up, Stanley Cup” to the tune of the Foundations classic hit. Sing along!!!
PHOTO: Chicago Restaurant Turns Blackhawks Logo Into Pizza (The Hawks Have Never Looked This Delicious)
In celebration of the Hawk’s first playoffs game against the Wild, a Chicago pizza parlor made a very special pizza to celebrate Chicago’s impending victory.
Have you ever wondered how their crew can transform the place from an ice hockey rink to a hardwood basketball court and back so quickly? Throw in a concert or two and it seems downright impossible! Maybe it’s magic.
Even the most friendly and patient of us have made an obscene gesture at some point. Good ole’ Coach Q, Joel Quenneville was trying to get the refs to call a delay of game last night. They didn’t and Mr. Mustache was NOT happy!
Win an Olympic gold medal and get on the cover of Sports Illustrated. That’s how it works for Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews! You won’t see it in America as it’s only on the Canadian edition. BUT, you can see it here!
Referencing the upcoming game at the Sochi Olympics between the U.S. team and the Canadian team, which takes place tomorrow morning, the billboard displays Blackhawks Kane and Toews, playing for the US. and Canadian teams, respectively, with a photo of Justin Bieber between them…