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POSTED ON Wednesday, 06.11.2014 / 3:13 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog
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POSTED ON Monday, 06.09.2014 / 12:00 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog
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POSTED ON Thursday, 06.05.2014 / 12:01 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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Chicago goaltender Glenn Hall defends the net against the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs in this series of undated photos. With Pierre Pilote, Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull — who appears in the top left and bottom right photos — Hall helped lead Chicago to its 1960-1961 Stanley Cup victory, playing in all 70 regular-season games and all 12 playoff games along the way. In fact, Hall currently holds the NHL record for consecutive games played with 503, 363 of which came during his decade-long tenure in Chicago (1957-1967), when the team was still known as the Black Hawks. For the entirety of that streak, Hall eschewed a protective facemask in favor of going bare-faced, although he did don the equipment later in his career. "To me, Glenn was the best goaltender of his generation, and maybe the best ever," Mikita told Blackhawks Magazine. "Without Glenn Hall, our teams wouldn't have gone anywhere." His No. 1 jersey now hangs in the rafters of the United Center, having been retired on Nov. 20, 1988, at the Chicago Stadium.


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POSTED ON Wednesday, 06.04.2014 / 12:01 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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A few famous athletes and celebrities came out to watch the Chicago Blackhawks during the team's deep playoff run, including former NHL superstar Wayne Gretzky.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 04.10.2014 / 2:20 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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Trailing the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 with less than a minute remaining in the third period, the Chicago Blackhawks desperately needed a goal to force overtime in their last regular season match-up at the United Center. With starting netminder Corey Crawford pulled for an extra attacker, Patrick Sharp fired the puck to Marian Hossa, who knocked it past Montreal goalie Peter Budaj, tying the game with 47.7 seconds left on the clock.

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 03.26.2014 / 10:00 AM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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A newly married couple posing for photos before a Blackhawks game were joined for the shoot by an unexpected guest: Patrick Sharp. The newlyweds, who held their wedding reception in a United Center suite, had gone down to ice level during warmups on March 21, before the Hawks took on the Carolina Hurricanes, when the winger photobombed them from the other side of the glass.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 01.30.2014 / 4:44 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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After wrapping up their most successful circus trip to date on a six-game win streak, the Chicago Blackhawks started December by posting three one-goal losses followed by three blow-out wins. By the end of the month, in which the team went 8-3-3, the Hawks had scored five-plus goals an NHL-most 17 times this season and stood atop league standings with 63 points.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 01.30.2014 / 11:55 AM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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With the Chicago Blackhawks' recent baby boom — the team now boasts eight children under three years old, with two more due this spring — Chicago Parent sat down in the Blackhawks locker room with seven of the players' wives for interviews and a photo shoot for the magazine's February edition.

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POSTED ON Friday, 01.24.2014 / 11:25 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

throwback thursday

Today in Blackhawks history: The Chicago Blackhawks played their first game in the United Center on Jan. 25, 1995, a 5-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers that saw winger Joe Murphy score the first Blackhawks goal in the new building. Chicago's five goals came from five different players, and 11 different players tallied points in the contest. Although the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the United Center, which replaced the demolished Chicago Stadium as the home of the Blackhawks and Bulls, took place in August of 1994, the 1994-95 NHL lockout delayed the venue's inaugural hockey game until January of 1995.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 01.21.2014 / 3:48 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog

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Keith Relief, the charity founded by defenseman Duncan Keith and his wife, Kelly-Rae, hosted its second charity concert on Jan. 20, 2014, at Joe's Bar on Weed Street in Chicago.

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