The Chicago Blackhawks compete in the NHL's Western Conference, in the Central Division. Besides the Blackhawks, only five other hockey teams existed when the National Hockey League was originally founded -- the New York Rangers, the Boston Bruins, the Detroit Red Wings, the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens. Blackhawks fans point with pride to the franchise's rich history; the team won the Stanley Cup for the 2009-2010 season, as well as three other times before that.
Of course, diehard Blackhawks fans are all too familiar with the Stanley Cup drought from 1961 to 2010. Patrick Kane ended this drought with his sudden death overtime goal against the Philadelphia Flyers in game six. Their appetite for victory renewed, both the franchise and its fans look forward to many more championships in the coming years.
The Blackhawks competed at Chicago Stadium for the vast majority of their existence; in 1994, however, they moved to the United Center. Their logo has changed slightly over time, but overall has remained remarkably consistent. In fact, the logo for the Chicago Blackhawks has been voted the best in the NHL.
The devoted base of hockey fans in Chicago means that demand for Chicago Blackhawks tickets is always high. Fortunately, you can find Chicago Blackhawks tickets cheap here -- both for individual games and for full seasons. Instead of missing out on the experience due to game day sellouts, buy your Chicago Blackhawks tickets in plenty of time. Make sure that you are one of the thousands of fans cheering the National Anthem -- one of the NHL's most memorable and powerful traditions.