President Barack Obama has phoned the coaches of the Golden State Warriors and the Chicago Blackhawks to congratulate the teams on winning the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup.
The Chicago Cubs weren’t in Wrigleyville because of the rain, but the fans of the Blackhawks took up the void.
Showing off their grit and determination, the Chicago Blackhawks finally put away the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final.
The avid sports fan who occupies the Oval Office is refusing to take sides as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors battle for the NBA championship.
Nationals OF Bryce Harper spent part of Wednesday with Gatorade, serving smoothies to Chicago fans while wearing a Chicago Blackhawks tee shirt.
Troy Brouwer fired the game-winning goal with 12.9 seconds remaining to lift the Capitals over the Blackhawks for a storybook finish to a 3-2 Winter Classic win.
A Winter Classic with sunglasses? With a halftime in the first period? Or delayed for a couple of hours on account of, well, gorgeous weather?
President Obama will not be attending the Winter Classic in D.C. on New Year’s Day, as the First Family vacations in Hawaii more than 4,500 miles away.
A four-part television series following the Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks ahead of their game at Nationals Park on Jan. 1 will premiere on Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 10 p.m.
Andre Burakovsky, Marcus Johansson, and Joel Ward scored in a 4:52 span late in the second period, and Washington rallied to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 Friday night, ending a five-game losing streak.