Stan Mikita, 1965, Chicago.
$84 million a piece. They’re worth every penny, and this is why.
Happy 4th of July, Blackhawks fans. Here’s to Tony Amonte, one of the quickest American skaters of all time.
I was about to play a hockey game and the camera turned on by itself. I’m not a model.
Can’t wait to see this proven Cup winner start feeding Kane to a 50 goal season next year.
Peter Regin showed why the Hawks picked him up late in the season; he works his butt off and helps win games. Game 6 is tomorrow night, 8:00 PM.
It’s time for this fourth liner to step it up. Playoffs start Thursday in St. Louis.
He is the epitome of hockey. He works hard, does the little things, and always comes up big when the game is on the line. Tazer with his second Olympic gold after opening the scoring in first period today.
Age is a funny thing. A lot of times, I don’t really feel 42 right now. After all, they are tough numbers. It all depends how good you feel, how healthy you are and how much passion you have for the game.
Teemu Selanne on age and signing with the Ducks for one more year
This is the greatest player in Olympic history talking just a few months ago. Now he’s the oldest player in Olympic history to medal. Congrats to Teemu for all the work he has put in help Finland to 4 medals in 6 tournaments.
We still miss you, Keith. Every day. Long live #3.
This kid’s starting tonight. Best of luck to him.
Do not forget this any time soon. It will keep you going in the dark days, when it’s the middle of January and we’ve lost 4 in a row. Remember this, and that all it takes is 17 seconds.
"Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane will be here forever… They will be here no matter what."
On the banks of Lake Erie, Kane’s enjoying two of the coolest trophies in sports.
A couple shots from Brandon Bollig’s day with the Cup from the event at the Rec-Plex in St. Peters, MO, 7/31/13.
Top: Lord Stanley, ready for his close-up; Middle: Bollig with a friend’s baby in the Cup; Bottom: the 2013 Blackhawks engraving will be on the left side of this blank part of the bottom band; you can just see the edge of the Kings’ engraving.