“It hurts. It really hurts, man,” Butler told the Chicago Sun-Times. “Where’s a 50-something year-old, overweight guy with a really bad comb-over supposed to get a job making 4 or 5 million dollars a year these days?”
Cossette Chicago is trying to bring the Blackhawks as much luck as possible.
Sources say Bulls GM John Paxson is set to name Iowa State's Fred Hoibery as the team's new coach they'll fire in three to five years, replacing the hugely successful Tom Thibodeau, who was bounced after five seasons of .600-plus basketball.
In a move that almost makes too much sense, embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter has announced he will be leaving soccer’s governing body so that he can bring his much needed leadership skills to the JRW All-Stars, Chicago’s controversial Little League team.
"Turns out we have to dig a little harder in situations like this. If you can't trust people who stand to benefit greatly from something you're asking them about, who can you trust?"
“As my butler was conducting my annual spring cleaning, we noticed three Jumbotrons collecting dust in my basement,” McCaskey stated. “I decided to save one for my grandchildren’s video games and have the other two hooked up in the stadium. It sure beats those old rust buckets we had in there before.”
"This Jonathan Toews and Ryan Kesler rivalry goes back to a Sainte-Marie Quebec Cub Scout popcorn fundraiser in which Toews sold 16 tins of caramel corn to Kesler's 12 cheddar cheese blend."
Following yet another multi-overtime victory, the Chicago Blackhawks are putting a new twist on the popular #MyPlayoffMoment campaign, urging fans to share a picture or video of the exact moment they went into cardiac arrest while watching the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
"Listen, we all know that I love shin pads," Shaw said at a press conference. "And typically you'd want to score with a hockey stick. But last night I learned that, as cool as it might look, you can't just headbutt goals and hope for them to count."