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CSN Chicago's Blackhawks Championship Parade/Rally coverage

CSN Chicago's Blackhawks Championship Parade/Rally coverage

COMCAST SPORTSNET TO SHOWCASE OVER EIGHT-STRAIGHT HOURS OF CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS

STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATORY COVERAGE BEGINNING TOMORROW MORNING AT 7:00 AM CT!

 7:00 AM – Replay of Comcast SportsNet’s “Blackhawks Postgame Live” Stanley Cup Championship celebratory coverage from Monday night!

 9:00 AM – LIVE COVERAGE of the Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally – featuring co-host, Chicago native/lifelong Blackhawks fan/pro wrestling superstar, CM Punk!

 12:30 PM (time approx.) – Replay of Monday night’s Game 6 Stanley Cup championship-clinching win over Tampa Bay, which will also feature the post-game Stanley Cup presentation and much more!

 Live Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally coverage to be streamed on CSNChicago.com and also available via the NBC Sports Live Extra app

 Viewers can get interactive throughout the celebration by utilizing the Twitter hashtag #BlackhawksRally

 

Chicago, IL (June 17, 2015)Comcast SportsNet, the television home for the most games and the most comprehensive coverage of the 2015 STANLEY CUP CHAMPION CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS, will be celebrating the team’s third title in just six years with the entire city of Chicago tomorrow (Thu, June 18), as it will present OVER EIGHT-STRAIGHT HOURS of Blackhawks championship-related programming, highlighted by the network’s extensive coverage of the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally LIVE from the streets of Chicago and Soldier Field!  Please note Comcast SportsNet’s coverage line-up below:

THURSDAY, JUNE 18 on COMCAST SPORTSNET – 2015 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATION COVERAGE!

7:00 AM – Blackhawks Postgame Live presented Hawk Ford – Encore edition of CSN’s extensive, acclaimed post-game show that followed Monday night’s Game 6 clincher (hosted by Pat Boyle, Steve Konroyd, and Jamal Mayers). Highlights include numerous celebratory United Center on-ice interviews with Blackhawks players, coaches, and front office executives.   

9:00 AM (LIVE) – CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP PARADE & RALLY presented by ChevyDrivesChicago.com and Your Chevy Dealers – Comcast SportsNet’s 2015 Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally coverage will be hosted by Pat Boyle (@CSNBoyle), David Kaplan (@thekapman) and -- Chicago native/pro wrestling superstar/lifelong Blackhawks fan, CM Punk (@CMPunk) -- live from the rally’s central location at Soldier Field.  In addition, Steve Konroyd, Chris Boden (@CSNBoden), Luke Stuckmeyer (@LukeStuckmeyer), Jen Lada (@JenLada), and Kelly Crull (@Kelly_Crull) will be providing viewers with live reports from parade’s origination at the United Center, along the parade route, and at Soldier Field for the centerpiece celebration.  CSN’s coverage will also include aerial shots throughout the event, along with lighthearted interviews with many of the rabid fans that will be attending the day’s festivities.  IMPORTANT NOTES: Comcast SportsNet’s Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally coverage will also be streamed live on CSNChicago.com and will be made available for viewing via the NBC Sports Live Extra app…Comcast SportsNet will replay its parade/rally coverage at 11:00 PM.

12:30 PM (time approx.) – Stanley Cup Final, Game 6: Tampa Bay at Blackhawks – Replay of Monday night’s Stanley Cup Final Game 6 “NHL on NBC” Stanley Cup championship-clinching win featuring Mike “Doc” Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, and Pierre McGuire with the game call.  Coverage to also include the presentation of the Stanley Cup and Duncan Keith’s reception of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.

CSNChicago.com’s Blackhawks “Insider” Tracey Myers (@TraMyersCSN) will also provide numerous parade/rally reports throughout the day and CSNChicago.com’s digital production team will have even more coverage on this special day in Chicago sports history with numerous photos and first-hand anecdotes via @CSNBlackhawks. Fans can also get interactive with CSN’s Blackhawks Stanley Cup parade/rally coverage throughout the morning and afternoon by utilizing the Twitter hashtag #BlackhawksRally.

In addition to live streaming the entire Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally, CSNChicago.com’s “BlackhawksTalk” section (csnchicago.com/blackhawks) will be a one-stop destination for all Stanley Cup parade/rally-related activities featuring highlight videos, articles, and photo galleries from the big event.  This special digital section already includes numerous Stanley Cup game highlights and exclusive interviews, along with a look back at the team’s amazing playoff journey, round-by-round, with game recaps provided by Myers.

High School Lites Football Roundup Week 9

High School Lites Football Roundup Week 9

High School Lites is back with an exciting Week 9 full of thrilling matchups. NBC Sports Chicago has the highlights of some of the top matchups from Friday's games.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @NBCSPREPS for all of the latest IHSA football scores and highlights.


DRIVE: Batavia (episode 9)

TEAM OF THE WEEK: Oak Forest football

VIEWERS' CHOICE GAMES OF THE WEEK: Fremd runs past Schaumburg

WINTRUST ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Notre Dame running back Ty Gavin

FRIDAY'S TOP 25 SCORES

(1) Lincoln-Way East 31, (16) Bolingbrook 0

(2) Batavia 24, Wheaton North 13

(3) Brother Rice 31, (17) Montini 0

(4) Marist 24, Benet 7

(6) Homewood-Flossmoor 56, Sandburg 0

(7) Cary-Grove 55, (15) Naperville Central 41

(9) Nazareth Academy 42, Marian Catholic 6

(10) Maine South 48, Niles West 6

(11) Oswego 22, Plainfield South 15

(12) Richards 41, Eisenhower 6

(13) Phillips 41, Raby 0

(14) Willowbrook 42, Downers South 20

(18) Oak Park-River Forest 48, Lyons 0

(19) Warren 43, Mundelein 7

(20) Glenbard West 35, Proviso West 6

(21) Hillcrest 43, Bremen 6

Joliet Catholic 33, (22) Notre Dame 17

(23) Hinsdale Central 21, Hinsdale South 12

(24) Rolling Meadows 34, Buffalo Grove 7

Wheaton Warrenville South 13, (25) St. Charles North 11

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS

Payton 43, Kenwood 42

Coal City 43, Lisle 14

Huntley 55, Dundee-Crown 12

Perspectives 32, Solorio 16

SATURDAY'S TOP 25 GAMES

Fenwick vs. (5) Mount Carmel 

(8) Simeon vs. Curie

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Can the Bears pull off an upset at home against Tom Brady and the Patriots?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Can the Bears pull off an upset at home against Tom Brady and the Patriots?

Chris Emma, Matt Zahn and Gabe Ramirez join David Kaplan on the panel.

0:00- NBC Sports National NBA Insider Tom Haberstroh joins the panel to discuss the Bulls’ terrible defensive performance as well as Zach LaVine’s impressive season debut.

11:35- Khalil Mack is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Patriots. Can the Bears pull off the upset against Tom Brady?

23:50- NBC Sports Boston Patriots insider Tom E. Curran joins Kap to talk about how New England views the Bears and discuss how Matt Nagy’s team can exploit the Patriots’ weaknesses.

Listen to the full episode at this link or in the embedded player below.

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