The Chicago Blackhawks have one of the most exciting, historic and reputable organizations in all of professional sports. The Blackhawks are an original 6 team with 14 Division championships and 3 Stanley Cups to their name. The franchise was born in 1926 during the NHL's expansion which included the addition of the Detroit Red Wings (formerly known as the Detroit Cougars) and New York Rangers.
Since their inception, the Blackhawks have had 45 players inducted into the National Hockey League Hall of Fame, and with their current roster which includes players like Jonathon Toews, Patrick Kane, Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa, they're likely to add several inductees to that list. 2010 ended a 17 year Cup drought in Chicago, and also marked the first time that the Hawks finished first in the Central Division in just as many years. In 2013 the Hawks claimed the Cup again, defeating the Boston Bruins in 6 games. There has never been a better time to be a Chicago Blackhawks fan, and another Stanley Cup Championship seems to be imminent.