Not everyone loved the Chicago Blackhawks championship banner raising


The 2015-16 NHL season begins Wednesday night, and it's time to make predictions on which teams will win the best trophy in sports: the Stanley Cup. The Chicago Blackhawks are the current holders of the Stanley Cup after 

The Blackhawks kicked off their 2015-16 regular season campaign Wednesday night against the New York Rangers, losing by a score of 3-2. They looked pretty good, but just couldn't make up for a tough starting period, and 

The Chicago Blackhawks will launch their 2015-16 regular-season home opener on Wednesday, Oct. 7, with a special red carpet event on Madison Street in front of the United Center from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. Chicago hosts the 

The Blackhawks have recalled defenseman Ville Pokka from the Rockford IceHogs and assigned defenseman Viktor Svedberg to Rockford.

For their big night, the Blackhawks created the Twitter hashtag #RaiseTheBanner to promote their accomplishment. Fans added their own hashtag, #NotMyNHL, to their tweets to protest the team's handling of the Kane situation and wrote about their own