Word on the Street: Ochocinco namesake history?

Word on the Street: Ochocinco namesake history?
March 4, 2011, 9:14 pm
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Friday, March 4, 2011
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Is the Ochocinco namesake history?
Just a few months ago, Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco stated that he'd change his name back to Johnson. In an interview with Buck and Kincade on WCNN in Atlanta, Ochocinco said he won't abandon his adopted name any time soon.

"Why would I mess up the brand?" Ochocinco said. "I can't mess up the brand. I have so much going on..." (NBC Sports)

2011 Blackhawks Convention sold out

Passes for the fourth annual Blackhawks Convention have sold out. The convention has now sold out in each of its first four years. This year's convention will take place at the Hilton Chicago on Friday, July 15; Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17, 2011.

The convention will feature Blackhawks Hall-of-Famers and Team Ambassadors Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Tony Esposito and Denis Savard, General Manager Stan Bowman, Head Coach Joel Quenneville and players Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, and Patrick Kane. (ChicagoBlackhawks.com)

Milton Bradlely accused of spousal abuse

This certainly hasn't been the smoothest past couple of years for former Chicago Cub Milton Bradley. His wife Monique is currently seeking a divorce from the Seattle Mariners slugger. According to court documents obtained by RadarOnilne.com, Monique requested a restraining order against Milton on January 24th while they were in New York City for New Years Eve.

The court documents state that Milton threw a glass at Monique's head and when her head began to bleed, he started crying and begging her to forgive him.

Monique is requesting that she be given legal and physical custody of the boys, and that Milton be given visitation. (RadarOnline.com)

Blackhawks headed to the White House

Even though President Barack Obama is a vetted basketball fan, he's still making time to honor the 2010 Stanley Cup Winning team. The Chicago Blackhawks are coming to the White House on March 11 to be honored for their first Stanley Cup since 1961.

After the ceremony, players from the Blackhawks and Washington Capitals will work with kids at a street hockey workout and clinic on a rink set up on the South Lawn, that will be presided over first lady Michelle Obama and pro hockey commissioner Gary Bettman. (Associated Press)