Make it three titles in six years for the Chicago Blackhawks, this year’s defending Stanley Cup Champions. Once again, this team is shaping up to be a worthy adversary for any club in the league. Jonathan Toews returns to lead his squad in 2015-16, as they seek their first back-to-back championships in franchise history. Corey Crawford will once again take up his position between the posts, as the premier goaltender looks to log another strong year and help lift Chicago to their eighth consecutive postseason trip. Seats are on sale now for the United Center—get your Chicago Blackhawks tickets today and enjoy the best that the NHL has to offer!
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Chicago Blackhawks 2015-2016 News and Updates
9/14/15 - NHL training camp is off to a fast start for teams all across the US and Canada, and it wouldn’t be a typical preseason without a little controversy. The Chicago Blackhawks released the list of players who would be attending their first official practice on Friday, and Patrick Kane’s name was it. The right wing was accused in early August of rape, and while no charges have been filed, the legal investigation is ongoing. Team representatives stated that while some may not agree with the decision to invite Kane to practice, they felt it was an appropriate move. They want to avoid the precedence that players should not play based on accusations alone. The first preseason game for the Blackhawks is scheduled on Sept. 22 against the Red Wings.
6/10/15 - After a surprising upset in the opening Stanley Cup Finals game, the Chicago Blackhawks have taken a couple losses against the Tampa Bay Lightning. It appeared that they might have only won due to a fluke at first. The Blackhawks took a stand in the third matchup, however, Brandon Saad taking the lead six minutes into the final period. They held that lead for nearly fifteen minutes and earned their second 1-2 win. This victory means that both teams have won and lost once on each rink. With three matches remaining, it is becoming clear how evenly matched these teams are. The Lightning has the home advantage twice, so the biggest question is whether the Blackhawks will be able to overcome the odds and take the championship.
6/4/15 - Tampa Bay took the lead on their home ice to open Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, but the Chicago Blackhawks would not be denied. Chicago knocked in two goals in the final 10 minutes of the contest to shock the Lightning, taking a 2-1 win in Game 1 on clutch offensive play from Teuvo Taravanien. The young center tied it up with the Blackhawks’ first goal of the game shortly before assisting on Antoine Vermette’s go-ahead score less than two minutes later. Goaltender Corey Crawford saved 23 of a possible 24 shots to anchor the Chicago defense, preserving his team’s opportunity to steal a win with his dazzling defense in the crease. Game 2 is Saturday night at Amalie Arena and you can be a part of the action starting at $372!
5/30/15 - Jonathan Toews scored two quick goals in the 1st period and the Blackhawks easily defeated the Ducks 5-3 to advance to the 2015 Stanley Cup Final. They'll travel to Tampa to play the Lightning this week and return to Chicago for Game 3 (June 8) and Game 4 (June 10) at the United Center.
5/25/15 - The Chicago Blackhawks have had an incredible season and it continues as they compete for a spot in the NHL finals against the Anaheim Ducks. The Blackhawks hit the ice against the Ducks on May 27 with the series score standing at 3-2 for the Ducks, putting the Blackhawks in a “must win” situation. The Blackhawks came out with fire in their eyes and defeated the Ducks 5-2. A lot of the credit goes to player Duncan Keith who seems to never run out of steam. He was completely dominant on Wednesday night, assisting three goals and even saving one. It all comes down to the final game seven held on May 30 in Anaheim, CA. Tickets for this thrilling game are still for sale and start at $67 a piece.
5/18/15 - After cruising past Minnesota with a four-game second-round sweep, the Chicago Blackhawks have run into some stiffer competition in the Western Conference Finals. The ‘Hawks suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the dangerous Ducks in Anaheim, as they found it difficult to sneak much past keeper Frederik Andersen. Brad Richards knocked in an unassisted goal for Chicago in the final minute of the second period to make it 2-1, but two more goals from the Ducks put the game out of reach mid-way through the final frame. The Blackhawks will look to bounce back and steal a game on the road to secure home ice advantage in the series, and you can be a part of the live action at the Honda Center with Game 2 seats starting at just $79! Game 3 tickets at the United Center are on sale now as well, starting at $176 each.
5/13/15 - The Conference Semifinals are over and the Chicago Blackhawks are moving on. They struggled slightly in the opening game, but they managed to remain completely undefeated in the round, which is a feat even the league leaders, the Anaheim Ducks, did not manage to pull off. They have a short break, but it will not be long before they are taking on the Ducks in the Conference Finals. While the Blackhawks are a lower ranked team, and they will be playing with the home rink disadvantage, the Chicago has a real chance to make it to the final round. Only four victories stand in their way. If they can hold their own in the first two away games, the Blackhawks will have a chance to tear it up on their own ice.
5/4/15 - After building a comfortable lead in Game 1 at home, the Chicago Blackhawks got a scare when the Wild rallied with three goals in the second period. The ‘Hawks locked down defensively though, and shut out Minnesota throughout the third period to take a 4-3 win in their home opener. Two nights later, they picked up a second win behind a pair of goals from Patrick Kane and a stellar performance from goalie Corey Crawford, who stopped 31 of 32 shots on goal as Chicago took a 4-1 victory. With a 2-0 lead in the series, the Blackhawks will now travel to Minnesota for Games 3 and 4. Tickets are on sale now for the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul! Game 3 is Tuesday night and seats are available from $108.
4/30/15 - The divisional semifinals are officially over and the Chicago Blackhawks have secured their spot in the finals. They took a couple losses, but the sixth match of the round made the decision when the Blackhawks beat out the Nashville Predators 3-4. It was tied after the first period and the tie was not broken until Duncan Keith, assisted by Jonathan Toews, scored just four minutes before the end of the match. On May 1st, the Blackhawks will start the finals, playing against the Minnesota Wilds, with the home rink advantage. The Wilds were a wild card, but they played equally as well as Chicago in the last round. The Blackhawks will have to keep their guard up if they want to move on to the conference finals.
4/20/15 - With their 4-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Sunday night, the Chicago Blackhawks reclaimed the series lead at 2-1. Leading scorer Jonathan Toews led the way with a goal and two assists, and Marian Hossa assisted on a pair of goals to power the Blackhawks’ potent offense. Goaltender Scott Darling stopped 35 of Nashville’s 37 shots to help keep the pressure on the Predators after Chicago took a two-goal lead, scoring three times in a furious second period. The ‘Hawks will look to take a commanding 3-1 lead as the series remains in Chicago for Game Four. Tickets are on sale now for the United Center starting at $71, but don’t delay because supplies are limited! Be a part of all the live excitement of the NHL playoffs!
4/13/15 - The Stanley Cup Playoffs are here, and the Chicago Blackhawks are ready to tangle with the Nashville Predators in the first round of Western Conference competition. Both teams closed out the regular season on losing streaks, but the postseason is a whole new game with a clean slate. Standout center Jonathan Toews will look to lead Chicago to a victory in Game One on the road at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Tickets are on sale now for the opening game of the series starting at $41! The Blackhawks will have the opportunity to host Game Three on their home ice at the United Center, and you can get in with prices starting at $47. Seats are limited, so grab your tickets now to be a part of the NHL postseason excitement!
4/10/15 - Although the Chicago Blackhawks outshot their most recent opponent, the Minnesota Wild, during the first two periods, they were unable to get the puck past the Wild's goalie. The first two periods remained scoreless for both teams, but that changed in the third period. The Wild were first on the scoreboard, and scored twice before Chicago was finally able to get one goal in by Bryan Bickell late in the period. However, they were unable to tie up the game. After the loss, the Blackhawks is in third place, and are only points behind the Predators and the St. Louis Blues. They will be looking to add points in their last two games of the season before heading into the playoffs. They next face the Blues on April 9, with tickets available starting at $67.
3/23/15 - The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1, coming back from a devastating 4-0 loss against the Stars on the 21st. In the game against the Hurricanes, they drew ahead by two goals from Andrew Shaw and Patrick Sharp in the first period of play, and Shaw secured the victory with another goal during the third period. Although the Hurricanes worked hard to even the score, goalie Corey Crawford made 43 saves, only letting in one goal. Jonathan Toews didn't score a point, but his assist gave him his 500th NHL point. The win moves Chicago to within just two points of surpassing the Predators for second place and three to beat the St. Louis Blues for first place of the Central Division. They next meet the Flyers on the 25th, with tickets starting at $24.
3/19/15 - After beating the Islanders 4-1 on the 17th, the Chicago Blackhawks have a three game winning streak, the first streak of more than two wins they have had since December. For the first time since early in the season, Patrick Sharp played with Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa, creating a dynamite trio. Hossa and Toews each scored twice, and Sharp and Toews had two assists each. The Blackhawks dominated from early in the game, scoring twice in the first period, once in the second, and their final point early in the third. New York finally got on the board in the third period, but it was not enough to stop the Blackhawks. The Blackhawks will be looking to keep their winning streak going when they face the Rangers on the 18th, with tickets still available, starting at $114.
3/9/15 - The Chicago Blackhawks got another victory against the Edmonton Oilers on March 6th, but more recently they took on the New York Rangers. Apparently they were perfectly matched because neither team was able to score for the entire game. Unfortunately, the Rangers were able to win the game with a single point in overtime. Now at 39-21-6, the Blackhawks still trail in the third position for the division. They are only five points behind second and seven behind the top team, the Nashville Predators. The Blackhawks are quickly running out of time to catch up as the season winds down. Additionally, with only six remaining home games in the regular season, you are running out of opportunities to catch them live. Your next chance will be on March 17th when they play the New York Islanders.
3/2/15 - Still trailing in third for the Central Division, the Chicago Blackhawks are making a comeback with two back to back victories against the Florida Panthers, where the Blackhawks won with three points in each match. This also marks the end of Chicago's three-game losing streak. More recently, the team got a strong win against the Carolina Hurricanes on March 2nd. Jonathan Toews lead with two goals and Michal Rozsival followed with two assists. Even though Carolina took more shots, the Blackhawks' goalie, Corey Crawford, kept them from scoring until the very last period. With a strong 2-5 win behind them, things are looking up for the Blackhawks. They take on the Edmonton Oilers in what promises to be a very exciting game. Tickets start at $102.
2/23/15 - Having lost three straight as the final stretch of the NHL season gets underway, the Chicago Blackhawks are making changes to their roster. The team announced on Sunday that they would be recalling Stockholm-native Joakim Nordstrom, as well as goaltender Scott Darling from the Rockford IceHogs, clearing space by reassigning Ryan Hartman and Antti Raanta. Nordstrom has racked up 16 points in 23 games with the IceHogs, while Darling has stopped nearly 94 percent of opponents’ shots in seven outings with Rockford. Chicago will hope that the personnel moves spark them to wins as they enter into a home-and-home series versus the Florida Panthers this week. Tickets for the away game in Fort Lauderdale can be had for as low as $28, but supplies are limited so act now!
2/16/15 - Back-to-back wins have the Chicago Blackhawks nipping at the St. Louis Blues’ heels in the Central Division, with less than two months remaining in the season. After knocking off the New Jersey Devils 3-1 on Friday, the ‘Hawks took a 2-1 shootout win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday evening, lifting their record to 35-18-4. Chicago is now an outstanding 7-2 when playing games still tied after overtime, getting shootout goals each from Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, and Patrick Sharp to earn the narrow win over Sidney Crosby’s Penguins. The Blackhawks will try to keep climbing the ranks on Wednesday night at home versus the Detroit Red Wings. Tickets are available from $94 each, so don’t miss this clash between two of the NHL’s best!
2/13/15 - Following a pair of wins over the Winnipeg Jets and St. Louis Blues, the Chicago Blackhawks have suffered a pair of tough losses to Western Conference foes. On Friday, it was the Arizona Coyotes squeezing out a 3-2 victory over the ‘Hawks via shootout; two nights later, Daniel Sedin knocked in the decisive goal in overtime to lift the Vancouver Canucks to a win, keeping Chicago from making up more ground on St. Louis in the standings. Marian Hossa has scored two goals in each of the last three games for the Blackhawks, after scoring nine through the first 51 games of the season. The ‘Hawks will continue their current eight-game home stand on Friday versus the New Jersey Devils, and you can be a part of the action starting at $112.
2/5/15 - After their roughest month of the season, the Chicago Blackhawks are still hanging tough near the top of the Central Division in the West. The ‘Hawks had the misfortune of running up against the Minnesota Wild plus Devan Dubnyk—the recently-acquired goaltender has led his new team to four straight wins, with three shutouts under his belt since the mid-January trade brought him aboard. Chicago managed 24 shots on goal for the contest, but Dubnyk was in a zone, handing the Blackhawks their second straight shutout loss. The ‘Hawks will look to bounce back on Friday night at the MTS Centre, as they face off with the Winnipeg Jets. Great seats can still be had for as low as $38, but don’t delay—supplies are very limited!
1/28/15 - The Chicago Blackhawks came heartbreakingly close to another victory when they played the Los Angeles Kings on Jan. 28th. Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp both scored in the first period for an early lead and one more point in the third by Andrew Shaw maintained that lead. Unfortunately, the Kings made an unexpected upset in the last seven minutes of the game. It was a very close game, but Chicago fell just barely short with the final score being 3-4. They have had a rough patch lately, losing half of their last six games, but they are still third in their division and only trailing by a single win. With 30-16-2, the Blackhawks travel to Anaheim to play the Ducks. They will return on Feb. 9th to play the Arizona Coyotes and tickets start at $19.
1/19/15 - Following a pair of losses at home, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking to bounce back on Tuesday night versus Arizona before they hit the road for a seven-game trip. Chicago maintained their position in the top three of the Central Division, but will need to string together a few wins in order to gain ground on Nashville and St. Louis. The ‘Hawks have not won back-to-back games since late December, and will have to win on Tuesday in order to avoid their first three-game skid this season. They will begin their extended road trip on Wednesday night as they face the dangerous Pittsburgh Penguins, led by Sidney Crosby. Limited seats are still available for the contest, starting at $67, but don’t delay—tickets are going fast!
1/13/15 - One of the best teams right now in the Central Division is the Chicago Blackhawks. They have a record of 28-13-2, and seem to be rolling as of late. Their latest victory was a blowout against the Minnesota Wild, which ended with a final score of 4-1. A huge reason for their success was because of Marian Hossa and Bryan Bickell. Both scored once in the game, and passed the puck around nicely. The Blackhawks goalie, Corey Crawford also had a great game, getting 36 saves. It’s performances like this that make the Blackhawks so dangerous against any team. Up next for them is a game against Winnipeg, which takes place this Friday. Tickets can be bought now for $157. It should be competitive from start to finish.
1/5/15 - The Chicago Blackhawks sit in second in the Central Division with an overall record of 26-12-2. They have a great offense and good defense. They’re already thinking about the playoffs, because they’ve been playing teams in their division, and their loss against the Avalanche was especially disappointing. The Avs scored two goals in the first period and shut out the Blackhawks for the game. The Minnesota Wild come to the United Center to face the Blackhawks on Sunday. Razorgator has great seats available, starting at only $114 for this game. On Friday, the Blackhawks host the Winnipeg Jets. If you’re looking for something different to do, you won’t go wrong by coming out to the ice. Cheer on the Blackhawks and watch the great talent in your own backyard.
12/29/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks continue their strong season, beating the Nashville Predators in a shoot out on December 29. The win marks the Blackhawks' 13th win out of the last 16 games. The Predators led the game 3-0, but the Blackhawks came back strong in the second period, scoring three goals in just over seven minutes, thanks to Brad Richards, Andrew Shaw and Marian Hossa. The Blackhawks took the lead after another goal, until the Predators tied the game in the final minutes, leading to a shoot out. Jonathan Toews provided the lone shoot out goal, giving the Blackhawks the 5-4 win. The Blackhawks next play at the 2015 NHL Winter Classic against the Washington Capitals on January 1, followed by a home game on the 4th against the Dallas Stars. Tickets to the Winter Classic remain on sale, starting at $377.
12/23/14 - With a 4-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Chicago Blackhawks continue a strong season, with a 23-9-2 record that puts them 1st in the Central Division. They faced the Maple Leafs after a shootout loss against Columbus. They were also mourning their equipment manager, Clint Reif, who unexpectedly passed. Despite heavy hearts, they were able to not only win, but also give Antti Raanta his third career shutout, who also had 31 saves. The Blackhawks face the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday, December 23, where they will work towards recording a point for the 13th time out of the last 14 games. Then, they'll head to Colorado to meet the Avalanche on Saturday, December 27 before heading back home to face the Nashville Predators. Tickets are still on sale, starting at $81.
12/18/14 - With a 22-9-1 record and currently ranking 1st in the Central division, the Chicago Blackhawks are having a season that resembles their 2013 season, when they won the Stanley Cup. Despite missing both goaltender Corey Crawford to an injury and defenseman Duncan Keith to illness, the Blackhawks emerged victorious from their battle with the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday, winning 5-3. Superstar team members Jonathan Toews, centerman and team captain, and Patrick Kane, right wing and the teams’ leading scorer, stepped up while playing Minnesota to help the team overcome the loss of their injured members. Chicago next plays the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday in Ohio, with tickets still available for less than $15 per seat. Don’t miss your chance to see the Hawks in person as they continue their trajectory to another Stanley Cup-winning season.
12/10/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks are in the midst of a strong season, with a record of 19-8-1 and ranked 1st in the Central Division. Their latest win came down to the wire with a 3-2 shootout against the New Jersey Devils. Blackhawks' defensemen Duncan Keith played a major role in turning around a game that began with the Blackhawks trailing the Devils 1-0. They once again fell behind 2-1 before Keith scored the tying goal with just over 3 minutes left in regulation. The final triumph came during a shootout, with Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, and Scott Darling shooting to victory. The Blackhawks next face the Boston Bruins in Boston. The game could be an opportunity to continue a seven game winning streak. Tickets are on sale, starting at $33.
12/2/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks scored their third win in a row against the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday in a blowout away game. The final score came to 4-1 after Chicago came out of the gate swinging. They scored twice in the first quarter, while Los Angeles only scored once in the second. They also outshot the Kings 25 to 20. Brad Richards led Chicago with 2 scores and Kris Versteeg had the most assists. This continues Chicago’s impressive season bringing them to 15-8-1 but only 3rd in the Central Division. They still have some work to do as they take on the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday and then the Montreal Canadiens on Friday. Tickets are still available for the latter for as little as $19.
11/25/14 - ESPN has not written off the Chicago Blackhawks after a quarter of the NHL season has passed. The Blackhawks have a 12-7-1 record, and they stand at 3rd in the Central Division. Until their Sunday game against the Vancouver Canucks, the Blackhawks were on a 3-game winning streak. Chicago is going up with their games, and they have corrected their shootout/overtime game record over last year. Chicago’s goalie, Corey Crawford is playing at an elite level. He’s in 5th place in the league in save percentages. The Blackhawks have been affected by injuries, but as players get well, their game is improving. They are out on the road, against the Colorado Avalanche on the 26th, the Anaheim Ducks on the 28th, and the Los Angeles Kings on the 29th. Get tickets to the games and cheer the Blackhawks to victory.
11/18/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks are on the road for a 6-game stretch that starts on Thursday against the Calgary Flames, then they continue in Canada to play the Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks over the weekend. The Blackhawks won their game against the Dallas Stars when they scored four goals in the third period and kept the Stars from getting any. The Blackhawks have made some recent roster changes to try and move up in the standings. At 10-7-1, they’re 3rd in the Central Division, right behind St. Louis and Nashville. Chicago wants to get into the playoffs and show their fans they can get to final round. Help them get the momentum going when you get tickets for their games, and show your support for this fantastic team!
11/11/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks rank 3rd in the Central Division at 9-6-1, and they’re on a 2-streak win. They won their game against the Tampa Bay Lightning in overtime with a final score of 3-2 stopping the Lightning’s 6-game winning streak. You’ll want to get your tickets for this Sunday’s game when the Blackhawks host the Dallas Stars. The Blackhawks are third in the Central Division, and the Stars rank 6th in the same division. Chicago goes out on the road for six games after the Stars, so this is your chance to cheer your team on. Since the 2013 Stanley Cup win by the Blackhawks, their fan base has increased by 28%. These tickets will go fast because everyone wants to cheer them on to another victory!
11/4/14 - Chicago is currently bumping elbows with a number of NHL teams trying to escape the standings bottleneck. With their record currently sitting at 7-5, it certainly is possible for the Chicago Blackhawks to pull ahead. The key is to knock the other teams down and this Friday may be the perfect opportunity to make some forward progress. Facing off with the Washington Capitals, the Blackhawks are sure to do all in their power to push their opponents further down the rankings in a fight that fans can’t bear to miss. A win on Friday could also give Chicago the additional confidence to keep their winning streak going as they fight for top spots in the Central division. The game is sure to be a hit for fans, but tickets are still available starting at just $24 per seat.
10/29/14 - In somewhat predictable fashion, the Chicago Blackhawks have gotten off to another fast start this season. The team will play its 10th game tomorrow night against the Senators in Ottawa and owns a 5-3-1 record. According to Razorgator, Senators vs Blackhawks tickets have an average price of $90. They’ll play four consecutive games against Canadian teams, with the Senators, Maple Leafs, Jets and Canadiens all set to face off against the Blackhawks in the coming week. The Blackhawks played the 8-2 Ducks at the United Center on Tuesday night and failed to score, taking their fourth loss of the season by a final score of 1-0.
10/27/14 - It was a milestone night over the weekend for the Chicago Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane. The star forward collected his 500th point with an assist on Jonathan Toews’ goal in their contest against Ottawa, becoming the 14th Blackhawk to reach that level.
10/27/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks have started out well through their first nine games they played this season. However, the Blackhawks would like to play with a little more consistency as they are on a mission this year to get back to the Stanley Cup Finals after devastating seven game loss in the conference finals to the LA Kings last season. The Blackhawks are seeking their third Stanley Cup since 2009-10 season as Blackhawks tickets for their next home game have an average price of $149.61 against the Anaheim Ducks at the United Center, according to Razorgator.
10/24/14 - The expectations for the Chicago Blackhawks are always that the team will be competing for the Stanley Cup, and this season’s club is no exception. The Blackhawks have finished among the final four teams competing for the Stanley Cup in the past two seasons. Their success is reflected in their ticket prices, as average price for Blackhawks tickets on the secondary market some of the most expensive in the NHL at $278, according to Razorgator.
10/23/14 - There are only three teams in the NHL who have not been beaten in regulation, after just a couple weeks of play. One of them is the Chicago Blackhawks, who trail division rival Nashville by a single point from a 3-0-1 record.
10/22/14 - In seemingly traditional fashion, the Chicago Blackhawks have again started the season strong after winning four of their first five games. They cruised to an easy victory over the Flyers last night, shutting them out with a final score of 4-0 at the United Center. The Blackhawks now travel to Nashville to take on the 4-0-2 Predators, who have already taken an overtime loss from the Blackhawks last Saturday. The next home game will be against the Senators when Blackhawks tickets have an average price of $183.83, according to Razorgator.
10/20/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks will host the Philadelphia Flyers at the United Center tomorrow as the NHL season enters its second week. The Blackhawks own a 2-0-1 record after picking up their second win of the season against the Predators on Saturday. Their game against the Flyers on Tuesday will be the team’s fourth consecutive home game before they travel to Nashville on Thursday to again take on the Predators. Following their stay in Nashville, they’ll play the Blues at the Scottrade Center on Saturday. Flyers vs Blackhawks tickets have an average price of $273.07, according to Razorgator.
10/17/14 - Coming off a 46-21-15 season are the Chicago Blackhawks, who will host the Nashville Predators at the United Center tomorrow night. The Blackhawks resigned superstars Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews to lucrative deals over the offseason, reestablishing its young core as the team hopes to make a deep postseason push for the next several years. Chicago sits at 2-0-1 over its first three games, posting wins against the Stars and Sabres and losing in a shootout with the Flames on Wednesday night. The current season average for Blackhawks tickets this season is $274, according to Razorgator.
10/15/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks are getting set for a three game home stand, two of which are this week, as they will first welcome the Calgary Flames Wednesday night at the United Center. Chicago has started out their season well thus far, with a 3-2 shootout win over Dallas in their season opener and followed by an easy 6-2 win over Buffalo this past Saturday. On the secondary market, the season average for Blackhawks tickets is currently $277.74, according to Razorgator.
10/8/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks are currently the odds on favorite to win the Stanley Cup this season as the Blackhawks ended last season with a crushing overtime loss to the LA Kings in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Chicago however, had a quiet offseason due in part to limited cap space but this is a very good team that didn’t require much tweaking in their roster. The Blackhawks strength is their consistency winning at least 44 games since the 2008-09 season. Chicago opens this season at the United Center on October 11 against the Buffalo Sabres. According to Razorgator, Chicago Blackhawks tickets for their home opener have a current average price of $243.45 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $94.
10/6/14 - With the NHL season about to start, the Chicago Blackhawks will once again be a popular pick to hoist the Stanley Cup at the end of the season. Blackhawks tickets will also be among the most demanded on the secondary market. According to Razorgator, the Blackhawks have the most expensive season average for any NHL team located in the US. With superstars like Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews hanging around for a while, the prices could be well worth it.
The Chicago Blackhawks come into the 2014-2015 season brimming with more optimism than they’ve had in recent years—and that’s saying something given their track record of success in the past six seasons. The Hawks have not missed playoffs since their 08’ campaign, and locked in two Cups in that period. Though they didn’t hoist Lord Stanley’s iconic trophy last season, the franchise notched their highest point total since 09’ and made it to yet another Western Conference Finals series. The defending champs ultimately lost to the eventual title team, in an rip-roaring seven-game series with the Los Angeles Kings. Heading into the new season, the Chicago Blackhawks have never looked better, so it's no wonder tickets are up 19% in price from last year!
The Chicago Blackhawks will kick off the 2014-2015 season on the road in Dallas Texas (Oct. 9), before playing their home opener against Buffalo on Oct. 11. Tickets are averaging $278 on the secondary market over the course of the upcoming season, with the most expensive game being their date with the Boston Bruins on Feb. 21. Boston at Chicago hockey tickets average $387. Compare this to the Blackhawk's least expensive home game: Oct. 15 against Calgary, which runs at $179 on average. Of course, you can’t miss the the original outdoor hockey extravaganza, Jan. 1’s Winter Classic against the Capitals in Washington.
The Original Six team took care of business in the 2014 offseason. The Chi-Town franchise inked extensions with their two superstar forwards, Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews. Each have sterling eight year contracts valued at $10.5 million per season. Chicago also added Brad Richards from the Stanley Cup runner-up Rangers. Score Chicago Blackhawks tickets now and see this team on their path back to playoffs!
5/29/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks were on the brink of elimination on Wednesday night down 3-1 in their series with the Los Angeles Kings, but would not go down without a fight. The Blackhawks had an early two goal lead but by the start of the Third Period found themselves down by one. After Ben Smith even things up the two teams went all the way to double overtime before Michal Handzus netted the game winning goal for the Hawks who now live to fight on another day. That day will be Friday when Chicago heads to the Staples Center for Game 6 of the series as Blackhawks tickets are going for $394 on according to RazorGator.
5/27/14 - The Western Conference Finals have not gone as hoped for the Chicago Blackhawks who despite having home ice in the series find themselves down by 3 game to 1 as they head back to the Windy City in desperate need of a win. The Kings beat the Blackhawks 5-2 on Monday by jumping out to an early lead and never looking back at the Staples Center. They will meet again this Wednesday at the United Center where Blackhawks tickets are averaging $389 according to RazorGator.
5/22/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks had everything going their way to start Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals yesterday in front of their home crowd jumping out to an early 2-0 lead over the Los Angeles Kings. Thats when things started to fall apart for the Hawks as the Kings were able to score six unanswered goals to steal the game on the road in heart wrenching fashion to even the series at one game apiece. The series will resume on Saturday where according to RazorGator Blackhawks tickets will be averaging $408 at the Staples Center.
5/19/14 - In the second period in Sunday the Chicago Blackhawks faced some adversity but being that they are the defending Stanley Cup Champions this is nothing they aren’t prepared for. The Blackhawks initially scored a goal only to be called off because of Jonathan Toews incidental contact with Kings goalie Jonathan Quick. Toews later made up for this by adding the last goal for Chicago in their 3-1 victory. Game 2 of the series will return to the United Center and will see Blackhawks tickets go for an average price of $430 with a Get-in rate of $163.
5/15/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks have moved one step closer to earning the opportunity to play for a second straight Stanley Cup by closing out the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday. Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane has continued to excel in these playoffs as he scored the game, and series clinching goal in overtime to send the Chicago to the Western Conference Finals. In the next round Chicago will host the winner of Friday’s Game 7 between the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings which will begin on Sunday with Blackhawks tickets averaging $485 with a get-in price of $173 according to RazorGator.
5/12/14 - On Sunday the Chicago Blackhawks needed to win Game 5 of their second round playoff series against the Minnesota Wild to avoid going down 3 games to 2. They were able to do that thanks to the play of Jonathan Toews who scored the game winning goal four minutes into the final period. According to RazorGator Blackhawks tickets will be going for $261 on average when they head to Minnesota for the potential series clinching win on Tuesday.
5/8/14 - Friday night the Chicago Blackhawks will look to maintain their lead over the Minnesota Wild in Game 4 of their Western Conference second round series. Chicago headed into Game 3 with a chance to all but guarantee them a spot in the Western Conference Finals but the Wild had other ideas as they exploded in the Third Period scoring four unanswered goals to win the game. When these two teams meet Friday Wild vs Blackhawks tickets will be averaging $336 according to Razorgator.
5/5/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks squared off against the Minnesota Wild on Sunday in Game 2 of their best of seven series after taking the first game 5-2. When these two teams took the ice again at the United Center on Sunday the result was the same as the Blackhawks dispatched the Wild 4-1. These two teams will now head to the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota for Game 3 of this series with the Hawks already up two games to none with a sweep in their grasp while Blackhawks tickets are averaging $250 according to Razorgator.
5/2/14 - Tonight the Chicago Blackhawks begin the second step at returning to the Stanley Cup Finals when they take on the Minnesota Wild at the United Center. The Hawks will look for Jonathan Toews to continue his recent hot streak having racked up a team high seven points in their first round series against the St. Louis Blues. According to RazorGator Blackhawks tickets have fallen by 10% since Thursday to now average $340 for Game 1.
5/1/14 - Last night the Chicago Blackhawks found out which of their Central Division opponent they would be playing in the second round of the NHL Playoffs when the Colorado Avalanche took on the Minnesota Wild in Game 7. As fate would have it the Minnesota Wild ended up beating the Avs in Overtime 5-4 Wednesday night and will now move on to play Game 1 Friday which is presently averaging $378 for Chicago Blackhawks tickets.
4/30/14 - For the Chicago Blackhawks, all eyes will be on the Pepsi Center in Denver where the deciding Game 7 of the Colorado Avalanche vs Minnesota Wild will take place tonight. So far in the series the home team has won every game which would give Chicago the impression that they will play the Avs whom got the best of the Blackhawks in their season series.
4/29/14 - After storming back in their series against the St. Louis Blues, the Chicago Blackhawks will be very focused on Wednesday nights decisive Game 7 in the Colorado Avalanche - Minnesota Wild series. The Wild took Game 6 thanks to Zach Parise and his two goals as part of their 5-2 trouncing to make the series into a one game playoff to decide the series in Denver.
4/28/14 - After falling behind two games to none in their series with the St. Louis Blues, the Chicago Blackhawks rattled off four wins in a row to advance to the next round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Blackhawks won the deciding game of the series on Sunday in a 5-1 blowout at the United Center and will now wait to find out who they will play in the next round, the Colorado Avalanche or Minnesota Wild.
4/25/14 - After Wednesday nights huge Overtime victory the Chicago Blackhawks will look to ride the momentum of that pivotal game as they head back to the Scottrade Center where they suffered two heart wrenching Overtime losses to play the St. Louis Blues. In a best of seven series when tied at two games apiece the winner of Game 5 is much more likely to go on to win the series; meaning that both teams are going to give maximum effort in tonight’s contest that’s averaging $175 for tickets.
4/24/14 - Heading into Game 4 the Chicago Blackhawks must have wanted to do everything they can to prevent the game from heading into Overtime as the previous two times it did in the series they were on the losing end. However after scoring the tying goal with under 4 minutes left to play in the third period they had to feel uneasy but that all changed when Patrick Kane netted the game winner to even the series at two game apiece.
4/23/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks have a chance to even up their series against the St. Louis Blues tonight after going into a 0-2 hole, losing both games in Overtime on the road. On Monday Chicago blanked the Blues 2-0 to win their first game of the series at home and will look to do the same again tonight at the United Center where Blackhawks tickets are averaging $314.
4/21/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues are giving each other everything they can handle as each of the first two games of the playoff series has needed to go to overtime to determine a winner. The Blues scored with just seven seconds left in the third period to tie the game at three goals apiece while scoring the game winner five minutes into overtime. Tonight the teams head to Chicago for Game 3 of the series wherein tickets are averaging $278.
4/17/14 - Today marks the beginning of the Chicago Blackhawks quest for a second straight Stanley Cup as they begin their playoff series against the St. Louis Blues. As the game approaches ticket prices continue to drop as they are now averaging $138 after averaging $163 less than 24 hours ago.
4/16/14 - As we approach the Chicago Blackhawks first game of the playoffs at their rival St. Louis Blues Thursday night Blackhawks ticket prices have been rapidly changing. On April 6th they were averaging $206 and have fallen as low as $126 but have since rebounded to currently go for $163 on average.
4/15/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks will travel to St. Louis in two days to take on the Blues in the Scottrade Center. When they begin their opening series of the playoffs on Thursday St. Louis Blues vs. Chicago Blackhawks tickets will be averaging $156.
4/14/14 - With the Central Division sending three very good teams into the Stanley Cup Playoffs there was a very good chance that two of those teams would face off in a series, which is exactly what is set to take place on Thursday with the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks going up against the freefalling St. Louis Blues who have lost six straight to end the season. Chicago will be on the road to start the series but when they return to the United Center on Blackhawks tickets will be averaging $265.
4/11/14 - After a long fought battle to move up in the Central Division it was decided yesterday that the Chicago Blackhawks will finish in third place after the Colorado Avalanche clinched the second spot in the division upon beating the Vancouver Canucks 3-2. Today the Blackhawks will travel to DC to play the Washington Capitals that sees Blackhawks tickets averaging $94.
4/10/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks faced off against the very difficult Montreal Canadiens yesterday evening at the United Center that needed more than regulation to determine a winner. The Hawks picked up the win in Overtime thanks to the outstanding Patrick Sharp who netted the game winner and will now play their remaining regular season games all on the road before beginning the quest for their second straight Stanley Cup.
4/9/14 - Tonight marks the final regular season home game at the United Center for the Chicago Blackhawks as they host the Montreal Canadiens in this Original Six matchup. When they meet tonight the Blackhawks will be without Patrick Kane who is resting up for the playoffs with Blackhawks tickets averaging $175 for the contest.
4/8/14 - With time winding down the Chicago Blackhawks are making one last final push for the Central Division title. The Blackhawks are currently six points behind the St. Louis Blues for first in the division and need a strong showing in their final four games which begin tomorrow night at the Montreal Canadiens and is averaging $182.81 for tickets after dropping by nearly a quarter in price.
4/7/14 - Let it be known that the Chicago Blackhawks are not going down without a fight in the battle for the Central Division. On Sunday the Chicago Blackhawks beat the division leading St. Louis Blues 4-2 and now only trail them by 6 points in the Central. Today the Blackhawks will now welcome the Montreal Canadiens to the United Center.
4/4/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks faced off against the Minnesota Wild last night in a very close game that almost got away from them after giving up a goal with less than two minutes left in regulation. The two teams then went into overtime where neither team was able to put one in the net which sent it to a shootout where the Blackhawks came out on top without the likes of Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane.
4/3/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks have their first game in nearly a week tonight against the Minnesota Wild but will be without their Captain and All-Star player Jonathan Toews who will sit out the final six games of the Blackhawks regular season. This is just a precautionary measure as everyone knows Toews will absolutely be in the lineup for the playoffs but they want to make sure he will be 100% healthy when they do try and repeat as NHL Champions.
4/2/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks are hoping they can get back their Captain Jonathan Toews who is day-to-day with an upper body injury on Sunday. The good news for the Blackhawks is that they don’t play a game until tomorrow when they host the Minnesota Wild and only have five games after that until they begin their Stanley Cup defense in the NHL Playoffs.
4/1/14 - The epic battle for second place in the Central Division is heating up. The Chicago Blackhawks are just one point behind the Colorado Avalanche who have come on strong as of late to overtake the Chicago. The Blackhawks will need to be almost perfect down the final stretch of the season as the Avs will play two more games than the Blackhawks.
3/31/14 - The Blackhawks continued their losing ways last night, dropping a game to the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1. That is now three straight losses for Chicago and four losses out of their last five games. Jonathan Toews was hurt during the game, having to leave with an upper-body injury, though Coach Joel Quenneville thinks it is just a short term injury.
3/28/14 - Last night the Chicago Blackhawks traveled to Boston to meet up with the Beasts of the East, the Boston Bruins. The Blackhawks are the highest scoring team in the NHL this season but you wouldn't be able to tell that from yesterday's game when they were shutout 3-0. Next up for Chicago will be the Ottawa Senators whom they play Friday night.
3/27/14 - Chicago Blackhawks are going to have one of their biggest challenges when they play the Boston Bruins tonight. This will be the Blackhawks first game in Boston since winning Lord Stanley’s Cup there last June with an improbable come from behind victory wherein they scored twice in a 17 second span to steal the game and the series. The main concern for Chicago will be shutting down Jarome Iginla who has been on fire and lighting teams up recently.
3/26/14 - Tuesday evening the Blackhawks were able to bounce back from a bad loss to the Nashville Predators by dispatching the Dallas Stars 4-2. The Blackhawks got great play from Patrick Sharp who was making plays all over the ice had two assists in the game as well as the young Teuvo Teravainen making his NHL debut. Teravainen has been highly touted as one of the better prospects in the league and played very well in his first start in the majors racking up over 11 minutes of ice time in the game.
3/25/14 - Tonight the Chicago Blackhawks will play the Dallas Stars at the United Center. The Hawks will try and get the victory behind the play of Patrick Sharp who is nearing a career season just two points shy of his all time best. Additionally the Blackhawks signed Trevor van Riemsdyk out of the University of New Hampshire and younger brother of Toronto Maple Leafs forward James van Riemsdyk.
3/24/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks split their games this weekend winning on Friday over the Carolina Hurricanes and losing to the Nashville Predators on Sunday. Chicago is now in sole possession of second place in the Central Division by three points over the Colorado Avalanche. The Hawks will now begin preparing for their Tuesday night showdown with the Dallas Stars.
3/21/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks may have won their game Wednesday night against the Central Division leader St. Louis Blues but the outcome of that game might not be as important as what happened to Patrick Kane. The Blackhawks leading point score was placed on long term Injured Reserve (IR) with a lower body injury he sustained in the win two days ago meaning that he will be out at least 10 games and 24 days as a result. Tonight the Blackhawks hope to have enough firepower sans Kane to beat the incoming Carolina Hurricanes.
3/20/14 - Yesterday was a huge day for the Chicago Blackhawks. The Hawks hosted Central Division leader the St. Louis Blues Wednesday night, a team they have not beat in their last five attempts, and were able to make up some solid ground on them by coming out ahead 4-0. This was a must win game for the Blackhawks as they needed to build some confidence as these two teams will more than likely meet up in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
3/19/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks could not have asked to start last nights game against the Philadelphia Flyers any better than they did scoring twice in the first four minutes of the game. However the Flyers responded quickly as Scott Hartnell scored just two minutes later and tied the game right before the end of the first period. The Blackhawks weren’t able to produce any points after that and went into Overtime 2-2 where the Flyers stole the game scoring the game winning goal with just five seconds left in OT.
3/18/14 - Today the Chicago Blackhawks leave for Philadelphia to play the Flyers as they look to get back into second place with a win. Chicago is just a single point behind the Colorado Avalanche in the Central Division and if they can get three points will jump over them. The Blackhawks will be on this trip without forward Brandon Saad who sustained an upper body injury in the game against the Red Wings on Sunday.
3/17/14 - Marian Hossa was the difference for the Chicago Blackhawks in their contest on Saturday as he provided the spark to lead Chicago over the Detroit Red Wings. This was Hossa’s first game back on the ice since missing five games with an injury and he was well rested as he scored once and added two assists in the game. From here the Hawks look to continue their winning ways on Tuesday when they take on the Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center.
3/14/14 - Today the Nashville Predators travel to Chi-town to take on the defending Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks at the United Center. The Blackhawks now sit in third place in the Central Division but with a win can jump the Colorado Avalanche for second place and will be just four points out of first place.
3/13/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks had a very big game last night against the Colorado Avalanche in the battle for second place in the Central Division. The Avs have had the Blackhawks number all season long and last night was no different as Colorado came away with the 3-2 victory on home ice. With this win the Avalanche were able to leapfrog the Hawks and now sit solely in second place, just a single point ahead of Chicago.
3/12/14 - There is no doubt that the Chicago Blackhawks will be playing in the most intriguing game the NHL has scheduled today when they travel to Colorado to play the Avalanche. These two teams both are among the best in the West and are only separated by a single point with the Hawks having the lead in the Central Division. The Avs come into tonight confident having won four of their previous five against Chicago and five of the last six overall.
3/11/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks are one of the best teams in the NHL but unfortunately for them they have two teams within their division that are just as good, the St. Louis Blues and Colorado Avalanche. These three teams all have over 89 points on the season and are separated by just five points total which makes the Hawks next game against the Avs on Wednesday night all that much more important as these teams will want to have home ice come playoff time.
3/10/14 - The Chicago Blackhawks had a few days rest before taking the ice Sunday against the Buffalo Sabres and it definitely proved to be the difference in the game as they were able to come away with the victory by a score of 2-1. In the game Chicago’s two best players showed up as Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews each scored a goal with the Captains being the winning point early in the final period to seal the W for the Hawks.
3/7/14 - Last night the Blackhawks got back on track when the absolutely dominated the Columbus Blue Jackets in every aspect of the game to beat them for the twelfth straight time 6-1. Chicago’s captain Jonathan Toews played great as he was able to put away two goals in the game to put the game out of reach for the Blue Jackets.
3/6/14 - Tonight, the Chicago Blackhawks look to get back on the winning side of things when they play the Columbus Blue Jackets after suffering a 4-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. The Blue Jackets come into this game without one of their top performers in Marion Gaborik who they traded to the Kings yesterday while the Blackhawks stood firm at the trade deadline confident with the players already on their roster.
3/5/14 - Last night the Blackhawks were on the short end of a tough 4-2 loss in Chicago to the Colorado Avalanche, who were able to make up some decent ground in the Central Division and now sit just a single point behind the Blackhawks for second place. Today the Blackhawks are off but resume play again tomorrow night when they travel to Columbus to play the Blue Jackets.
3/4/14 - The Central Division leader Chicago Blackhawks will take the ice again tonight against the very good Colorado Avalanche as both these teams are jockeying for position heading into the playoffs. Chicago leads Colorado by just 3 points which makes this game all the more important for Chicago to keep a buffer between them and the Avalanche so they can get home ice in the playoffs.
3/3/14 - Enduring a constant downpour of heavy snow, the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins at Soldier Field Saturday evening 5-1. Patrick Sharp was the first Blackhawk to get on the board with a late 1st period goal, assisted by Jonathan Toews and Nick Leddy. Chicago went on to score two more in the second period, with goals by Toews and Kris Versteeg. James Neal was able to light the lamp early in the 3rd to make it 3-1, but the Blackhawks would score twice again for a resounding 5-1 victory. Chicago currently sits at 36-12-14 with 86 points on the season.
2/25/14 – Six Blackhawks played for Olympic gold in Sunday’s Canada-Sweden finale – Toews, Sharp, Keith, Hjalmarsson, Oduya, and Kruger. The medalists returned home to prep for one of the biggest game’s this week; averaging $265 for a seat at Soldier Field, Stadium Series attendees will get to see the first-ever matchup between Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews! But first, Chicago will take on the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, a meeting pricier than the aforementioned Stadium Series game against the Penguins. Chicago Blackhawks vs. New York Rangers tickets are averaging $307 when the NHL resumes.
2/18/14 – A total of ten Chicago Blackhawks players are participating in the Olympic Games in Sochi this Winter - Canada's Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, and Duncan Keith; Sweden's Marcus Kruger, Niklas Hjalmarsson, and Johnny Oduya; Slovakia's Marian Hossa and Michal Handzus; the Czech Republic's Michal Rozsival; and Teams USA’s Patrick Kane. Welcome back the gold seeking bunch when they take the ice with their NHL teammates Mar 1 at Soldier Field; Stadium Series tickets range from $121 - $1025 for a seat outdoors.
2/3/14 – After losing four of their last five, including their second shootout loss to the Sharks Saturday, the Blackhawks are five points behind the NHL leading Anaheim Ducks. Chicago has not won in OT this season; going 0-6 to date. Can the 2013 Champs find a way to win in the last half of their six game road trip? Chicago escapes the Polar Vortex and heads to sunny So Cal for two games against the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks before heading Phoenix to take on the soon-to-be Arizona Coyotes.
1/28/14 – Following the team’s Stanley Cup Finals win, 2013-14 Chicago Blackhawks tickets were the most expensive in the League. Since, prices have fallen 26 percent on the secondary market despite the team’s current third place standing overall and leaders of their division. Looking to bounce back from a three game losing streak, Chicago faces a tough 6-game road trip before the break; after the Olympics, the Blackhawks first "home game" is at Soldier Field as part of NHL’s Stadium Series. The first hockey game ever to be played at the Chicago Bears home is the most expensive outdoor game in the series, but has dropped 47 percent in price since the start of the season!