CHICAGO | Psychologist/Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville doesn’t overload his players with too much food for thought to change their games with the playoffs looming in a week.
CHICAGO | In Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville’s system, youth is served when productive.
CHICAGO | Blackhawks' Vice-President/General Manager Stan Bowman is a low-key kind of guy, like the team manager who provides fresh towels and the Gatorade.
CHICAGO | The look of absolute joy on the little boy's face gave off a warm glow Friday night at the ice pond in the middle of Soldier Field.
Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman had led the franchise to Stanley Cup Championships in 2010 and 2013.
CHICAGO | Coach Tom Thibodeau's pre-game media chats are becoming shorter and a bit more confrontational.
CHICAGO | Take a 7-footer who can chew gum and walk a straight line at the same time and a 3-point shooter with range to the VIP seats.
On Sunday night, Andrew Shaw jumped into the fray by providing a screen on Patrick Sharp’s power-play goal that opened the scoring against the Florida Panthers.
It would be tempting for Kris Versteeg to say little has changed since he departed the Blackhawks amid the forced salary-cap purge that pushed him out after the 2010 Stanley Cup championship.
Joel Quenneville must remember when he was a rookie defenseman on the 1978-79 Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Boston Bruins collected their first victory of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night by checking the Blackhawks relentlessly and wearing them down.
CHICAGO | Increased confidence, team camaraderie and the pure joy of winning have sprouted out of the Blackhawks’ record-breaking 24-3-3 start.
Tia Wilks, owner of Jake's Feed and Garden, doesn't believe the expression "bird-brain" is very accurate.
CHICAGO | Patrick Kane revels in October, almost as much as he did for the month of June two years ago, when his tough-angle overtime goal in Philadelphia snared an uncommon pro sports championship for his adapted city.
Hebron High School basketball player Jay Patz, right, plays dodgeball with South Haven Boys & Girls Club member Kyler Hansen, center, during the Hawks visit to mentor the children.
Hebron High School basketball player Alex Shrum, a senior, plays pool with Meagan Hrivnak, left, and Mattie Davis at the South Haven Boys & Girls Club on Friday.
The Hebron High School basketball team runs drills recently, including dunking a basketball, while visiting The South Haven Boys & Girls Club to mentor children.
Ron Ranta, director of The South Haven Boys & Girls Club, takes questions for the Hebron High School basketball team as they visit the club recently to mentor kids.
Hebron guard Christy Reick scored a career-high 17 points against Washington Twp. on Jan. 18. She's been asked to play multiple roles over her last two seasons with the Hawks.
Junior guard Christy Reick has scored in double-figures seven times this season, six times since the middle of December.
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