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  • One Goal II Thank You

    One Goal II Thank You
  • "One Goal II" Tweets

    "One Goal II" Tweets
  • One Goal III and Hat Trick - FAQ

    Answers to frequently asked questions about the Blackhawks 2015 Stanley Cup championship movie and book.
  • One Goal II and 17 Seconds - FAQ

    One Goal II and 17 Seconds - FAQ
  • Playoff Ticket Scavenger Hunt

    Playoff Ticket Scavenger Hunt
  • DeBrincat relishes chance to one day play with Kane

    Saturday, 06.25.2016 / 2:44 PM
    ," DeBrincat said. DeBrincat has 102 goals and 205 points in 128 OHL games over two seasons with the Otters. He had his second-straight 51-goal season in 2015-16, making him one of three OHL players since 1997-98 with consecutive 50-goal seasons, joining Ottawa's Tyler Toffoli (Los Angeles Kings) in 2010-11 and 2011-12, and Sudbury's Norman Milley in 1998-99 and 1999-2000. "He's definitely a guy that gives
  • Blackhawks select nine players at 2016 NHL Draft

    Saturday, 06.25.2016 / 2:35 PM
    Hockey League with 101 points (51G, 50A) in 60 regular-season hockey games with the Erie Otters. The Farmington Hills, Mich., native added 19 points (8G, 11A) in 13 postseason contests. DeBrincat has collected 205 points (102G, 103A) in 128 career OHL games and 35 points (17G, 18A) in 33 playoff tilts. He won a bronze medal and tallied one goal in five games with Team USA at the 2016 World Junior
  • Blackhawks agree to terms with Rasmussen

    Wednesday, 06.22.2016 / 4:00 PM
    The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have agreed to terms with forward Dennis Rasmussen on a one-year contract. Rasmussen, 25, registered nine points (4G, 5A) in 44 regular-season games with Chicago this season during his National Hockey League debut. The Vasteras, Sweden, native also added 16 points (7G, 9A) in 25 regular-season games with the Rockford IceHogs and two points (1G, 1A
  • Kane poised to make history with Hart win

    Wednesday, 06.22.2016 / 1:24 PM
    . I'm happy to be part of it." Kane, a native of Buffalo and product of USA Hockey's National Team Development Program, became the first U.S.-born player to win the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL scoring champion this season. With 106 points, he was the only one in the League to break 100. He was the only one in the League to break 90. He had 17 more points than Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn, who
  • Mayor Emanuel and Chicago Blackhawks break ground on Community Training Center

    Wednesday, 06.15.2016 / 11:05 AM
    on the street or in the park, hockey depends on access to ice, and that remains one of the biggest challenges to growing the sport. By developing this facility, we are investing in youth hockey in Chicago and the future of the sport.” The $55 million Chicago Blackhawks Community Training Center, located two blocks south of the United Center on a four-acre site formerly housing Malcolm X College, is set
  • Revisiting Verdi: On game day, Esposito was silent, focused

    Monday, 06.13.2016 / 10:36 AM
    goal for the Blackhawks, Tony Esposito might as well have worn a “Do Not Disturb” sign around his neck. He treated passers-by as invisible, and you were wise to return the favor. Conversation was non-negotiable, even with his wife, Marilyn. “Not even small-talk,” she recalls with a chuckle. “He would come home from the morning skate and have his meal at 1 p.m. sharp. Steak, baked potato, diet pop
  • TBT: One Goal Achieved

    Six years ago today, the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in bizarre fashion
    06/08/2016 Duration:
  • Bob Verdi named Hockey Hall of Fame Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award winner

    Thursday, 06.02.2016 / 4:45 PM
    Forest (Ill.) College graduate, serves as Blackhawks Magazine’s featured writer as well as an online contributor for chicagoblackhawks.com. He recently completed his seventh season with the Blackhawks. The Brooklyn N.Y. native was also the feature writer in the 2010, 2013 and 2015 Stanley Cup championship books, “One Goal,” “One Goal II” and “One Goal III.” “Bob is such a prolific writer and he
  • World Championship: Pokka earns silver, Panarin claims bronze

    Sunday, 05.22.2016 / 3:35 PM
    in the bronze medal game. He finished with 15 points (6G, 9A) in 10 games, second overall only to linemate Vadim Shipachyov’s 18 points. Tyler Motte (USA): Motte once again skated with University of Michigan teammates J.T. Compher and Dylan Larkin, and took one shot on goal in 15:36 of ice time. He finished the tournament with three points (1G, 2A) in 10 games. Vincent Hinostroza (USA): Hinostroza
  • World Championship: Pokka, Finland through to gold-medal game

    Saturday, 05.21.2016 / 2:56 PM
    . Before that, at 8:15 a.m. CT, Russia will face Team USA, featuring young forwards Tyler Motte and Vinny Hinostroza, as the Americans go for a second consecutive bronze medal at Worlds. Artemi Panarin (RUS): Although his line, one of the most dynamic at Worlds, was buzzing throughout the game, the 2016 Calder Trophy finalist did not record a shot on goal in 15:59 of ice time. Vincent Hinostroza (USA
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