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).
Ahead of the second annual Keith Relief Benefit Concert, featuring country singer Lee Brice, Duncan Keith reveals his Top 10 favorite country songs!
All proceeds from the event will benefit Keith Relief and Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.
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1. Hard to Love, by Lee Brice
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Have you gotten a chance to take a look at "One Goal II" or screen "17 Seconds"? Here are a few reviews and reactions that some of our fans have been sharing on social media.
Each week, the Blackhawks Blog will give you five stats you need to know about the Blackhawks this season.
They did so four times in the 2010-11 season but only four times in three seasons since then.
|Margaret and Coach Q pose with an inflatable Stanley Cup on Halloween. (Photo courtesy of Mark Kaufman)|
On Thursday night, head coach Joel Quenneville was visited by a trick-or-treater in a special costume: a mini Coach Q!
Margaret from Hinsdale, Ill., donned a special suit, tie and mustache for her portrayal of Coach Q on Halloween.
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Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp grace the cover of Michigan Avenue Magazine's November issue, which hits newsstands soon. In the feature, the forwards discuss their paths to the National Hockey League, childhood heroes, their brotherly relationship and more.
|Photos courtesy of the Winnipeg Jets.|
Michael Frolik got a special delivery from Vice President of Hockey Operations Al MacIsaac on Tuesday. MacIsaac presented Frolik's Stanley Cup championship ring to the forward in Winnipeg.
Over the past few days, Vice President of Hockey Operations Al MacIsaac traveled to Philadelphia and Nashville to hand deliver 2013 Stanley Cup rings to three members of the championship team.
First, MacIsaac visited netminder Ray Emery at Flyers headquarters in Philadelphia.
LONDON, Ontario --- Budweiser Gardens is a foreign venue for several Blackhawks prospects, but to Alex Broadhurst, the rink is a second home.
After two years with the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League, the New Lenox, Ill., native spent his first campaign in the Ontario Hockey League with the London Knights, tenants of Budweiser Gardens. Broadhurst was productive in his first outing with the Knights, recording 63 points (23G, 40A) in 65 regular-season games. He also ranked second on the team with 28 points (10G, 18A) in 21 postseason contests en route to London’s 2013 Robertson Cup championship win.