Chris Higgins and Jannik Hansen scored in the first period, Roberto Luongo made 32 saves, and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 in the first-round playoff opener on Wednesday night.Corey Crawford made 31 saves in his first playoff start as Chicago opened its d
Top story: Tonight, President Obama will be in Chicago to kick off his campaign for reelection in 2012. He will be here at Navy Pier for a big fundraiser tonight. Opposite that fundraiser, Mayor Daley will be attending the "I Love Chicago.
The Chicago Bulls are wrapping up their regular season Wednesday night. They'll end their season at the top of the Eastern Conference, maybe even the league if they win their ninth game in a row tonight against New Jersey at the United Center. The Bulls haven't lost since March 28.
The reigning Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks will have a chance to defend their title in the NHL playoffs.The Blackhawks sealed the last spot in the Western Conference playoffs, but not through their own doing.
Top story: All hell is breaking loose because Spuds McKenzie bought Goose Island? Relax everyone. It's going to be fine. I, for one, can't wait for the hilarious Goose Island commercials with young drinkers doing whatever it takes to get a 312 or a Honkers Ale. Honkers Ale?
A story: Let me be the first in the media to whip this fine city into a frenzy: Potholes are becoming a problem. Of course my findings are anectodal and unscientific, but I've lived here long enough to know when it's pothole season.
The Chicago Blackhawks announced Wednesday head coach Joel Quenneville has been hospitalized. In a written statement, the team's head physician, Dr. Michael Terry, said, "He is currently in stable condition and is being treated for an undisclosed health concern today, not of cardiac nature.
Rahm Emanuel’s not the only one with residency issues—the Chicago Bulls and the Blackhawks are also getting tossed out of Chicago. That's right--the Ice Show’s back in town! But don’t feel too bad for these drifters.