After Scott Foster, the 36-year-old Oak Park accountant who had never played in the NHL, came into last Thursday's game as an emergency goalie for a rare Blackhawks win, Joel Quenneville has announced the team's decision to make some drastic changes at goal.
The calendar might read 2018, but apparently some Blackhawks fans think it's still an era long ago when it was socially acceptable to openly ridicule a stranger because of the color of their skin.
Injured Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford was spotted golfing at Donald Trump’s famed Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida this past weekend. This comes as confusing news to fans who have been in the dark about the Crawford’s mysterious “upper-body injury” for several weeks.
Once again, The Heckler is rounding up a group of die-hard Blackhawks fans and heading to the United Center later this month to take on the Stars. Sign up at TheHecklerStore.com now while there's still availability!
“That was beyond embarrassing. We actually made this decision about 3 minutes into the second period,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said after the game. “We are especially disappointed because the players’ names had just been engraved on the Cup."
As The Heckler's Cubs buzz wears down (a bit?) and the Bears buzz fizzles like a wet sparkler, we're reminded Chicago has other teams with proud traditions of winning once in a while. Today we look back on an unfortunate soul who found himself on the fringes of some of those victories.
The Blackhawks’ game between Christmas and New Year’s is always one of the biggest of the year. This season, The Heckler has you covered. For less than comparable tickets are selling on StubHub, you get not only a low-row upper-level game ticket but a kick-ass pre-party at the Park Tavern, which is a short walk […]