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The Chicago forwards provide a fun look at how they’re spending their time while the NHL is on pause.
Alex Nylander can moonwalk sort of.
"One of the most amazing feeling in my career. I still got the chills."
"Look out boys, there’s two trouble makers now. #DeBrindogs"
The Finnish defenseman was a four-time Olympic medalist and three-time silver medalist at the World Championships.
Kane’s goal ended the Blackhawks’ 49-year championship drought.
Quenneville led Chicago to three Stanley Cup titles and a 452-249-96 record in 11 seasons.
Kane is the fourth player in franchise history to reach the milestone.
The Chicago captain called it a "little friendly wrestling."
Jeremy Roenick also weighs in on Kane passing him as the youngest United States-born player to reach the milestone.
Chicago receives its third straight all-decade honor.
Kane joins Dave Bolland as the second Blackhawks player to have his number retired in London.
Quenneville won three Stanley Cup championships with Chicago.
The 2014 sixth-round draft pick finds the back of the net.
Former Chicago players Dustin Byfuglien, Marian Hossa and Artemi Panarin also make the list.
Versteeg won the Stanley Cup with Chicago in 2010 and 2015.
The episode will focus on leadership and what it takes to be a captain at the NHL level.
The IceHogs goaltender will represent the feather.
The two-time Stanley Cup winner is back to his old tricks.
Just a bit outside.
Perlini attended the Chicago doubleheader this past weekend.
Dallas forward Tyler Pitlick caught Murphy in the face with an elbow.
Kruger spilled blood on the United Center ice.
Murphy pays Hartman whenever Chicago and Nashville play.
The newly-acquired winger is on the scoresheet for Chicago.