March 29, Brent Seabrook becomes the first defenceman of the talented 2003 NHL Entry Draft to reach 1,000 games played in the NHL – and he's played them all with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Originally aired Feb. 20, Brian Savage and Brett Lindros bring us back to an era of significant change within the Montreal Canadiens organization, and discuss Savage's remarkable recovery from injury.
It might not quite rival any of the jump-out-of-your-seat moments from the movie Jaws, but Ryan Hartman does have a decent spine-tingling shark tale to share.
In this week's Player Q&A, find out what type of food Patrick says he could eat for the rest of his life and what action-packed TV show he can't miss.
These young guns have taken their best shot, literally, in 2017-18. While they might be short on NHL experience, this handful (plus one) of rookies is seriously big on talent.
Learn more about the history of the Ted Lindsay Award, and the trophy's namesake, Ted Lindsay, a key figure in the creating of the original National Hockey League Players’ Association and a Hockey Hall of Fame member who skated in 17 NHL seasons.
Playing against Brent Seabrook isn’t fun. Playing with the Chicago Blackhawks defenceman is. Brandon Saad knows all about that.
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell announced today his retirement following 17 seasons in the National Hockey League. Campbell will join the Chicago Blackhawks business operations department, assisting with various marketing, community relations and youth hockey initiatives.
In this edition of My Top 5, the New Jersey native picks out his favourite singers/groups and reveals which one of the van Riemsdyk brothers (himself, James or Brendan) could hold his own on the concert stage.
Jeff Glass’ spirit is shatterproof. He took time this week to reflect on his journey in a thoughtful e-mail exchange with NHLPA.com
We learn why the Hartman household couldn't finish their basement as Ryan Hartman gets nostalgic discussing a Chicago Blackhawks feature he recently took part in, by meeting kids throughout the Windy City and playing pick-up hockey.
With NCAA March Madness in full swing, Brian Campbell got into the spirit by selecting four teammates – plus a head coach and mascot – who would join him on the court if the Chicago Blackhawks were allowed to have a squad in the tournament.
NHL All-Stars may be heading to Hollywood this weekend, but Brian Campbell and Artemi Panarin are bringing Hollywood to Chicago with the Blackhawks’ latest web series entitled “Soup and a Sandwich”.
Jonathan Toews' number one pet peeve may, or may not, surprise you.
Steve Larmer has played on some pretty big stages in his impressive career – and won. Yet returning to Chicago last month as part of the Blackhawks’ One Last Shift, in which the NHL original six club honours past legends with a pregame ceremony, had the 55-year-old Larmer feeling a bit nervous.
Duncan Keith: Bears. Beets. Breaking Bad.
Artemi Panarin – aka “The Bread Man” – has a new bobblehead figure, and it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Blackhawks captain working to encourage school children to learn about growing and eating fruits and vegetables
The NHLPA announced today that Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks is the 2015-16 recipient of the Ted Lindsay Award.
After reaching the 100 point plateau for the 1st time in his career, Patrick Kane is the NHLPA.com Player of the Week!