The Wolves have been around long enough to have three generations of fans. Saying that out loud clearly meant something to chairman Don Levin.
The Predators have locked up one of their top defensemen at a $6.25 million cap hit through 2027.
The Mikita family declined all media interviews, but a steady stream of fans came through the building, paid their respects and shared their stories.
TELANDER: MIkita was a man who could compete ferociously at the highest level and yet remain a decent, empathetic — yes, dignified — human being.
Franchise leader in games played, assists and points was suffering from Lewy body dementia for the past several years.
With Forsling expected to be out for at least 14 weeks, what does this mean for the Blackhawks blue line?
Still several weeks away from training camp, Ward’s role on the team is up in the air because of the question marks surrounding Corey Crawford.
Blackhawks center Nick Schmaltz knows he has to improve his shot and his performance at the dot but is poised to improve on a breakout campaign.
Coming off the first losing season of his 21-year career, Quenneville’s job might be in jeopardy if the Hawks get off to a slow start.
While Stan Bowman and Joel Quenneville have said they expect him to be ready for camp, Crawford was more cautious, saying it was ‘‘very possible.’’
Rocky Wirtz insists he wasn’t sending a message that Stan Bowman or Joel Quenneville were on the hot seat, preaches patience
Roenick: “I definitely had my fair share of head trauma. I had 13 concussions … I wouldn’t change it now. And whatever happens, happens.”
Former Blackhawks center Jeremy Roenick clearly hasn’t lost his touch and returned to Chicago to teach a youth hockey clinic this week.
Trading Marian Hossa was necessary, but difficult for Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman from a ‘sentimental perspective.’
With four high-end defensemen picked in the last two years, other Hawks blue-line prospects know the time is now to separate themselves from the pack.