Chicago Blackhawks

Can you name the Original Six National Hockey League teams? There’s the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Boston Bruins, the Montreal Canadiens, the New York Rangers, and the Detroit Red Wings. And of course, who could forget, the Chicago Blackhawks! The Chicago Blackhawks are a professional ice hockey team basked out of Windy City. Winners of four Stanley Cup Championships and fourteen division titles, the Blackhawks are known for their aggressive play and gritty perseverance. And while the Blackhawks have the second longest Stanley Cup drought in NHL history at 49 years, they were able to end the curse in 2010 as they beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3 in sudden death overtime of game six.

Catch a Game

Travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars can purchase single game tickets to a Blackhawks game in a variety of ways. You can shop online for the best available tickets at, or on TicketExchange. Travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars can also drop by the United Center Box Office to purchase tickets in person. To order tickets by phone, pleas call 1-800-745-3000. With so much demand for Blackhawks tickets, it is recommended that you purchase your tickets early. If you’re having difficulty finding seats, try searching for a lower number of tickets (i.e. 4 instead of 8) or for an odd number (3 instead of 2). Standing room tickets at the United Center begin at $27 per game. 100-level Prim tickets can cost as much as $185 for a premium game.

Meet Tommy Hawk

Tommy Hawk is the official mascot of the Chicago Blackhawks. Known for his dance moves and hockey skills, Tommy Hawk is a permanent fixture at all Blackhawks home games. Travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars will also often spot him wandering the arena of opposing teams during road games. Tommy Hawk often participates in the t-shirt toss and puck chuck at the United Center, and he can often be seen greeting fans along the concourse level of the arena. Tommy’s jersey features an American flag patch, and the initials WWW for William Wadsworth Wirtz, the team’s late owner.

Two great years: 2008- 2010

The 2008 season saw the Blackhawks undergo a major transformation, beginning with the front office. In 2007, Bill Wirtz, the longtime owner of the Blackhawks, passed away after a brief battle with cancer. The team was left to his son, Rocky, who drastically changed the team for the better. Not only did Rocky up the marketing anti of the team, but he also made some important roster changes, adding two young players, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, to the lineup. By the time the 2008-2009 season rolled around, travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars were seeing a major difference in the Blackhawks on-ice abilities. Not only did the team finish second in their division that season, but they also played in the Winter Classic game at Wrigley Field, prior to advancing all the way to the Stanley Cup Final. While the team lost the cup that year to the Detroit Red Wings, they were able to bounce back and win the championship in the 2009-2010 season, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers.

Don’t forget to attend the convention

Back in 2007, the Blackhawks announced a new event for diehard fans of the team – the Blackhawks Convention. Held at the Chicago Hilton and Towers, the convention takes place in July and gives travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars the opportunity to meet players, purchase merchandise, and learn about the history of the team. Travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars who reserve a room for the entire convention weekend at the Hilton are also guaranteed a autograph from one of the players, but only if they reserve a room under the Chicago Blackhawks room block. Tickets for the Blackhawks convention are available on Ticketmaster, so don’t forget to order yours and reserve your room rental today.

For more information on the Chicago Blackhawks, visit Travelers in Chicago exotic rental cars can also call 312-455-7000 for more information on team events and tickets.