Tracey Myers joined CSNChicago.com as its Blackhawks Insider in 2010 after a whirlwind three-day, weekend freelance audition covering the Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks at their third annual fan convention. It was fitting that she was welcomed to Chicago and the beat by Hawks goaltender Marty Turco, as Myers covered Turco for two seasons as the Dallas Stars beat reporter during her 10-plus years at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. In addition to her work with the Stars at the Star-Telegram, Tracey has had a hand in covering the 2009 NFL Draft, Dallas Mavericks, Cowboys training camp, the PGA's Byron Nelson and Colonial tournaments. Myers has also appeared on Fox Sports Southwest as a guest analyst for Stars broadcasts as well as talking pucks on XM Radio and Canadian broadcasts.
It seems the celebrations over the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup win never stop, and now they're immortalized forever in the film "17 Seconds," which retraces the championship win and aftermath.
Sheldon Brookbank wasn't re-signed by the Blackhawks to score, but his improved play this season resulted in a goal Monday night against the Senators.
Nikolai Khabibulin will get the start tonight as the Blackhawks host the Senators and Sheldon Brookbank will play his second game in a row after his strong performance on Monday.
Nikolai Khabibulin had another tough outing on Tuesday before the Blackhawks went on to defeat the Senators, but his teammates were quick to defend him after the game.
Jonathan Toews recorded his third career regular-season hat trick and Corey Crawford added some stabilization in net as the Blackhawks went on to record a 6-5 win over the Senators.
The defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks will visit the White House and President Obama on Monday, the White House announced.
Blackhawks insider Tracey Myers breaks down the Five Things to watch as the defending Stanley Cup champions host the Ottawa Senators tonight.
Brandon Pirri will center the second-line as the Blackhawks take on the Wild Tuesday night. Also, Corey Crawford gets the nod in net for Chicago.
The Blackhawks will look to avenge Saturday's loss to the Wild as they are in Minnesota for a rematch. Watch all the action beginning at 6:30 p.m. on CSN Chicago.
Brandon Saad turned in a big performance with a show-stopping assist and a goal Monday night. It was the kind of game the Blackhawks have come to expect from the young left wing.
The Chicago Blackhawks got the revenge they were searching for with a 5-1 win on the road over the Minnesota Wild. Brandon Saad had a goal and an eye-popping assist in the victory.
The Blackhawks have struggled on the power play all season and with a matchup in Minnesota looming, Joel Quenneville and Co. are searching for answers.
Tracey Myers offers six musings following the Blackhawks' back-to-back losses to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Minnesota Wild. The Blackhawks are now sixth in the Western Conference standings.
In the Saturday night matchup against the Minnesota Wild, the Chicago Blackhawks bring up Jeremy Morin and Brad Mills while Michal Handzus will be sidelined with an injury.
As the Blackhawks prepare for the matchup against the Minnesota Wild, Insider Tracey Myers brings you the Five Things to Watch for tonight's game.
Bryan Bickell, Patrick Kane and Marcus Kruger all found the back of the net, but the Chicago defense allowed five goals as the visiting Wild rolled over the Blackhawks in Chicago.
On Friday, the Blackhawks agreed to terms with forward Brad Mills and recalled him and Jeremy Morin from Rockford. In addition, defenseman Mike Kostka was placed on injured reserve.
The Blackhawks took three out of four points this week on the mother's trip in Florida. Tracey Myers weighs in on her thoughts for the upcoming week.
The Blackhawks lost just their second game in regulation Thursday night as the Lightning scored in overtime to beat the visitors, 6-5. Patrick Kane scored and had an assist in the loss.
Blackhawks goalie Nikolai Khabibulin will get the start Wednesday night against the Lightning, the team he helped lead to a Stanley Cup during the 2003-04 season.