Last week, several Blackhawks took part in the Rush University Medical Center Woman's Board's annual fashion show, supporting the hospital's fundraising efforts. chicagoblackhawks.com got behind the scenes and beside the catwalk as the players strutted their stuff in some high fashion.
The defensive stalwart is remembered by fans as a participant of six All-Star Games and a thrice selected second-team NHL All-Star. But White, along with his defense partner Pat Stapleton, was known by his teammates as a relentless prankster.
Earlier this week, the Blackhawks announced they had signed goaltender Michael Leighton to a one-year contract.
chicagoblackhawks.com went back in the archives to find this snapshot of Leighton's first NHL win, coming against the Blues in St. Louis on April 3, 2003. Steve Passmore gave the game puck to Leighton after he helped the Blackhawks beat the Blues 6-4.
Earlier this week, Patrick Kane surprised youth hockey players in the Chicagoland area with a top-of-the-line locker room renovation. But how has Kane and the Blackhawks' dressing room changed over the years?
Check out what the Blackhawks locker room looked like when the United Center was built in 1994. The room was remodeled in 2008 to make it more functional and comfortable for the players.
On Tuesday, the Blackhawks agreed to terms with center Brad Richards on a one-year deal. The Photo Blog went to the archives (ok, not that long ago) to dig up this beauty from 2008.
Duncan Keith won the 2014 James Norris Trophy as the league's best defenseman for the second time in his career on Tuesday at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas. Check out the Blackhawks blueliner posing back-to-back after his two Norris Trophy wins.
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Stan Mikita poses with the Art Ross, Hart and Lady Byng Memorial Trophies. The Blackhawks Ambassador remains the only player in league history to win all three trophies in the same season (1966-67, 1967-68).
Scotty and Stan Bowman share a father-son skate at the Montreal Forum, during Scotty's head coaching tenure with the Montreal Canadiens in the mid-1970s.