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2 Tickets Aisle Chicago Blackhawks vs Columbus Blue Jackets 9 23 17
2 Tickets Aisle Chicago Blackhawks vs Columbus Blue Jackets 9 23 17

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CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS HOCKEY TICKETS 2ND ROW FROM ICE AISLE SEAT 12 Jackets 9 23
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS HOCKEY TICKETS 2ND ROW FROM ICE AISLE SEAT 12 Jackets 9 23

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2 Tickets Aisle Chicago Blackhawks vs Detroit Red Wings 9 21 17 Preseason
2 Tickets Aisle Chicago Blackhawks vs Detroit Red Wings 9 21 17 Preseason

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2 chicago blackhawks vs golden knights   tickets january 5 united cen
2 chicago blackhawks vs golden knights tickets january 5 united cen

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4 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks Preseason 9 30 17 United Center Hockey
4 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks Preseason 9 30 17 United Center Hockey

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Chicago Blackhawks v Washington Capitals 2 tix + parking pass 21718
Chicago Blackhawks v Washington Capitals 2 tix + parking pass 21718

$425.00

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS VS BOSTON BRUINS 9 30 2017 PRESEASON
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS VS BOSTON BRUINS 9 30 2017 PRESEASON

$35.99

2 Chicago Blackhawks vs Dallas Stars Tickets 11 30 17 United Center
2 Chicago Blackhawks vs Dallas Stars Tickets 11 30 17 United Center

$169.56

2 chicago blackhawks vs blue jackets  tickets october 7 home game
2 chicago blackhawks vs blue jackets tickets october 7 home game

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2 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks vs Columbus Blue Jackets 10 7 2017
2 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks vs Columbus Blue Jackets 10 7 2017

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2 TICKETS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS VS BOSTON BRUINS 9 30 17 UNITED CENTER AISLE SEATS
2 TICKETS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS VS BOSTON BRUINS 9 30 17 UNITED CENTER AISLE SEATS

$89.99

2 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild United Center 12 17 17 AISLE
2 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild United Center 12 17 17 AISLE

$230.00

2016 2017 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ISSUED ONLY EXCLUSIVE BLANKET
2016 2017 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ISSUED ONLY EXCLUSIVE BLANKET

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Chicago Blackhawks vs Golden Knights Tickets 2 13 Sec 203 row M
Chicago Blackhawks vs Golden Knights Tickets 2 13 Sec 203 row M

$340.00

Chicago Blackhawks Vs Minnesota Wild 10 12 2017 OBO 2 Seats on Aisle OBO
Chicago Blackhawks Vs Minnesota Wild 10 12 2017 OBO 2 Seats on Aisle OBO

$250.00

Pittsburgh Penguins vs Chicago Blackhawks 2 Tickets 11 18 2017 AISLE SEATS
Pittsburgh Penguins vs Chicago Blackhawks 2 Tickets 11 18 2017 AISLE SEATS

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One of the "Original Six" franchises the Chicago Blackhawks came into existence as an NHL franchise way back in 1926, joining the league along with the Detroit Cougars (now the Detroit Red Wings) and the New York Rangers in the league's first expansion into the United States. That year they would win their first game against the Toronto St. Patricks. Though they had a losing record that year, they played well enough to make the playoffs, though they were defeated in the first round by the Boston Bruins.

Over the next few years the Blackhawks would become a competitive force in the NHL, reaching the Stanley Cup Finals in 1931 (losing to the Montreal Canadiens) and then defeating the Detroit Red Wings in 1934 to capture their first Stanley Cup.

Blackhawks 1938 Stanley Cup Victory

The 1937-38 regular season wouldn't be a memorable one for the Hawks, but the playoffs were a different story. The Hawks squeaked into the playoffs with a dreadful 14-25 regular season record. However, as the old saying goes, anything can happen in the playoffs, and that year it did. The Blackhawks upset both the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Americans en route to the Stanley Cup Finals, where they would face off against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The team would go on to defeat the Maple Leafs, despite using minor league goaltenders in two games, by a 3-1 series margin. To date, the '38 Hawks hold the NHL record for the team with the worst regular season winning percentage to ever win the cup.

1961 Stanley Cup

Following the Montreal Canadiens dominance of the late 1950s the Blackhawks emerged as one of the league's superpowers. In 1961 the Blackhawks, led by budding young stars Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita - arguably the two greatest players to ever wear Chicago Blackhawks jerseys - stunned the hockey world, when they defeated the 5 time defending Stanley Cup champion Canadiens in six games in the semi-finals. They would then go on to defeat Gordie Howe, Terry Sawchuk and their Detroit Red Wings to capture the franchise's third Stanley Cup.

Over the remainder of the decade the club would reach the Stanley Cup Finals on two more occasions, losing to the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens respectively. Bobby Hull would record four 50 goal seasons over that span, and Mikita would win back to back Art Ross and Hart Trophies.

NHL Expansion

In 1967 the Bruins would make a fateful trade that in hindsight turned out to be one of the most lopsided deals in the history of the sport. Chicago sent Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield to the Boston Bruins for Pit Martin, Gilles Marcotte and Jack Norris. Martin would become a star for the Hawks, but his contributions pale beside what Esposito, Hodge and Stanfield accomplished in Boston.

Despite the gaff the Blackhawks managed to stay in the mix, and in 1970-71, with Bobby Hull and brother Dennis, Mikita and young phenom goaltender Tony Esposito leading the charge, the Blackhawks would again reach the Stanley Cup Final in 1971. However, another young goalie by the name of Ken Dryden would spoil the party, and the Habs beat the favored Hawks to take home the hardware that year.

Though the team received a crushing blow when superstar Bobby Hull jumped ship for the rival WHA league, the Blackhawks continued to be a solid team throughout the 70s, reaching the Stanley Cup Finals again in 1973, and making the playoffs every year for the remainder of the decade. Late in the 70s the team even managed to acquire future Hall of Fame blueliner Bobby Orr from the Boston Bruins, but injuries had all but ended Orr's career at that point, and the superstar defenseman only ever played in 26 games for the Hawks.

1980s - 1990s Blackhawks

The 1980s marked a transitional phase for the Hawks. Mikita retired, but stars like Denis Savard, Steve Larmer, Al Secord and Doug Wilson emerged. The Hawks new blood proved just as capable as the old, and the Hawks reached the semi-finals in consecutive seasons in the the early 80s.

In the late 80s and early 90s another changing of the guard occurred. This time Savard and Secord gave way to young stars like Jeremy Roenick and Ed Belfour. The club also acquired native son Chris Chelios from the Montreal Canadiens. The team would again become a force in 1992. In the playoffs that year they would defeat the St. Louis Blues, and then sweep the Detroit Red Wings and Edmonton Oilers, setting an NHL record by winning 11 consecutive playoff games, before colliding with Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr and their defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins in the finals. The powerful Pens would prove too strong for the Hawks, sweeping them. Though they would reach the semi-finals in the lockout shortened 1994-95 season the Blackhawks would start a downward spiral following that 1992 cup loss that would last the better part of two decades.

Today's Chicago Blackhawks

Though Chicago fans were forced to endure some very dark years in the late 90s and most of the 2000s, their patience with their club has finally paid off. Terrible regular season finishes allowed them to rebuild with high draft picks. In 2006 they would select Jonathan Toews - now team captain - with the third overall pick, and Patrick Kane in 2007 with the first overall pick. Both would be finalists for the 2008 Calder Trophy as rookie of the year, with Kane ultimately beating out his teammate for the honor.

Over the next couple of seasons it became apparent that Chicago was going to quickly improve from cellar dwellers to become one of the NHL's powerhouses. Along with Toews and Kane, the team also boasted the league's best defensive pairing in Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook. With stars like Marian Hossa, Brian Campbell and Dustin Byfuglien also in the mix the immediate future looked very bright indeed.

And bright it was. After reaching the semi-finals in 2009, the team enjoyed a fantastic 2009-10 regular season, finishing the campaign with 112 points, a franchise record. The team didn't slow down in the playoffs, defeating the Nashville Predators, Hart Trophy winner Henrik Sedin's Vancouver Canucks, and the second place overall San Jose Sharks to reach the Stanley Cup Finals.

Despite the fact that they had a rookie netminder in Antti Niemi, the overall depth and power of the Blackhawks was just too much for their opponents through the first three rounds, and though the Philadelphia Flyers made it tough for them, the Blackhawks weren't going to be denied their first Stanley Cup in almost 50 years. Patrick Kane played hero, scoring the cup-winning goal in overtime in game six and delivering Chicago fans hockey's greatest prize which had been denied them for so long.

Following the Stanley Cup victory, economic concerns reared their ugly head. With salary cap constrictions dictating their actions, team management was forced to jettison key components of their Stanley Cup run. Dustin Byfuglien, Ben Eager and Andrew Ladd went to the Atlanta Thrashers, Kris Versteeg would up in Toronto, and goaltender Antti Niemi finds himself without a team at the moment after the Hawks walked away from an arbitration ruling that would have had them paying Niemi a princely sum of $2.75 million a season.

Despite the mass exodus the Blackhawks will still be a force to be reckoned with going forward. With franchise cornerstones like Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith all set to wear Chicago Blackhawks jerseys for years to come, and the addition of netminder Marty Turco from the Dallas Stars the team will definitely have a strong chance of repeating as Stanley Cup champions.