Guide to Blackhawks Stanley Cup Champs gear


Guide to Blackhawks Stanley Cup Champs gear

Looking for something to help you remember the Blackhawks' incredible Stanley Cup Championship season? Our friends at Fanatics have got you covered with hundreds of new items in the CSN Shop!

Here's some of the most popular -- and most unique -- items that are available:

Locker Room shirt -- $25.95

Kane, Toews and company were all sporting this shirt in the locker room after Game 6!

Locker Room hat -- $29.95

If this hat looks familiar, that's because everybody on the ice after Game 6 was wearing it! 

On ice towel -- $19.95

This towel was draped around the shoulders of Blackhawks players and was probably useful in drying off after multiple champagne showers in the locker room!

Caricature shirt -- $31.95

Remember those classic Bulls championship shirts from the '90s. This is the Blackhawks' 2015 version!

Puck with ice  -- $49.95

Sure, everyone is going to have a shirt and hat to commemorate this year's team but who will have a crystal puck filled with melted game-used ice?

My favorite sippy cup shirt -- $19.95

Don't forget the littlest Blackhawks fan in your life.

Pennant -- $11.95

Perfect for your office, man cave or dorm room.

Ornament -- $12.95

Spread some holiday cheer with this Stanley Cup ornament!

Toews bobble with Cup -- $34.95

This is one serious bobblehead.

Pet shirt -- $14.95

Your pooch will be the talk of the dog park with this Stanley Cup Champs shirt.


Car sticker -- $8.95

Are you a Blackhawks fan that lives in enemy territory? This sticker will show off your Hawks pride AND rub it in a bit.

Kane autographed Game 6 puck -- $189.95

This is one Patrick Kane puck that you'll know the location of (see: 2010). 


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SportingNews Top 50 NHL Prospects lists Boqvist at 10 and Kirby Dach at 13

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SportingNews Top 50 NHL Prospects lists Boqvist at 10 and Kirby Dach at 13

NHL draft analyst Steve Kournianos released his list for Top 50 players in NHL pipelines for the upcoming 2019-20 season. To the delight of Blackhawks fans everywhere, Adam Boqvist and Kirby Dach were ranked at number 10 and 13 respectively.

Kournianos described 19-year-old defender Boqvist as a dominant rookie with 40 assists and 20 goals during his tenure with the London Knights. Fans speculate whether the Blackhawks will keep Boqvist on his junior squad for another year or pull him up to play with the American Hockey League Rockford Ice Hogs.

Kournianos said Dach was one of Team Canada’s top players at the World Junior Summer Showcase. The 18-year-old center is sure to be one of Canada’s main forwards during World Juniors and Dach has the flexibility to play anywhere in the Blackhawks lineup. Dach’s entry-level contract allows him up to nine NHL games this season, giving him the chance to return to the AHL or NHL after his junior season in the Western Hockey League is finished.

Both Boqvist and Dach are key player for the future of this team and it will interesting to watch the Hawks develop these younger players.

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: An inside look at the Blackhawks Hockey Ops department with Senior VP Al MacIsaac

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: An inside look at the Blackhawks Hockey Ops department with Senior VP Al MacIsaac

On the latest Blackhawks Talk Podcast, Pat Boyle catches up with Senior VP of Hockey Operations, Al MacIsaac. They discuss the process the Blackhawks took in transforming the roster this off-season. MacIsaac is entering his 20th year with the Blackhawks and talks about the organizational changes over the last two decades. He also weighs in on the role analytics plays in evaluating current or potential Blackhawks and he explains why the team made a commitment to make its new practice facility the “gold standard” of the NHL.

0:45 – MacIsaac on changes within the Blackhawks organization in the last 20 years

4:00 – How the Blackhawks have added great depth this summer

5:25 – A good problem to have with two good goaltenders

6:23 – How the hockey ops meeting went at the end of last season

8:45 – How much the Blackhawks use and rely on analytics

10:27 – The importance of the Blackhawks strength and conditioning programs

12:24 – The planning behind Fifth Third Arena’s development

14:40 – The dynamic between hockey ops and business ops

16:37 – Agreements and disagreements within the hockey ops group

18:32 – MacIsaac’s longtime relationship with Mark Bernard

20:27 – Looking ahead to training camp and the regular season

22:42 – Tough decisions will need to be made when the season starts

Listen here or in the embedded player below. 

Blackhawks Talk Podcast