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.
“I’ve been camped out right in front of the net all year! Nobody can find me,” said Havlat. “These genies, they don’t tell you things. Sometimes I think they are in the bottle for a reason.”
The Blackhawks returned to Chicago on Saturday following a grueling eight-game road trip. The travel weary Hawks responded to the sold-out crowd at the United Center with a 6-2 victory over the Dallas Stars, but at the cost of injuries to two key players.
Blackhawks 4, Coyotes 1
Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009
Classic Letdown: After resolution to fly ‘W’ flag at Wrigley fails, Hawks fans unsure of what to do with the remainder of 2009
Red Wings 6, Blackhawks 4
Winter Classic at Wrigley Field
Jan. 1, 2009
Jack Skille scored again and Adam Burish got his first NHL goal last night but it was not enough for the Blackhawks to get the win as they fell to the San Jose Sharks 3-2.