The Chicago Blackhawks will visit President Barack Obama at the White House on Thursday to celebrate the 2014-15 Stanley Cup champions.
It will be the third trip to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. for the Hawks during Obama's time as president. The 10 a.m. ceremony will be carried on CSN and CSNChicago.com.
Vincent Hinostroza, who was called up Tuesday, is one of four Americans on the Hawks' roster, along with Scott Darling, Patrick Kane and Trevor van Riemsdyk. Both Darling and van Riemsdyk were members of the Cup-winning team, while Hinostroza served on Black Aces duty.
Canadians Duncan Keith, Jonathan Toews and Brent Seabrook, as well as Swede Niklas Hjalmarsson join Kane in their third trip. It is unknown if retired players Daniel Carcillo or Kimmo Timonen will make an appearance. It would be Carcillo's second trip to the White House.
What: Hawks' visit to the White House
When: 10 a.m.