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Chicago's Sports Dozen Best Father-Sons

<b> 12 ) Randy and Todd Hundley <br />
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Randy Hundley played ten of his 14  major league seasons with the Cubs. He hit 82 career home runs, finished fourth in the in the 1967 rookie of the year while capturing the '67 gold glove <br />
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Todd prepped locally at Fremd in Palatine. He played 14 years in the majors with 202 home runs and 599 RBIs. He went to two all-star games and hit 41 home runs and drove 112 for the 1996 Mets.  <br /> <br />

Todd's Cub tenure did not go as expected. He .199 with 28 home runs and 66 RBIs in his two seasons with the Cubs.  <br /> <br />
Chicago has a long history of great fathers and sons, fathers and daughters and families in sports. When creating a list of the best sports fathers with Chicago ties it’s tough to disclude anyone. The ties that bind these men to Chicago have created great legacies and created some amazing moments for both them and... Read more »

Blackhawks Game 7 History Goes Back to the Original Six Era

Blackhawks Game 7 History Goes Back to the Original Six Era
The Blackhawks game seven showdown with the Kings marks the 12th time that the Blackhawks will play in a game seven. They are 6-5 in their previous 11. They have a 5-2 record at home in game 7’s, including their last four in a row. The Kings return to the United Center after failing to... Read more »

Blackhawks Attempt to Win Fifth Cup in 12th Finals Appearance

The Blackhawks first played for Lord Stanley’s Cup in just their fourth season as a franchise. Their 12 appearances ranks fifth all-time. The “original six” franchises compile the top five, with only the New York Rangers’ ten appearances ranking behind the Blackhawks. Their four titles ranks them sixth all-time. Fellow “Original Six” teams, Montreal, Boston,... Read more »

Blackhawks and Red Wings have a Rich Playoff History

The Blackhawks and Red Wings have a rich playoff history. They met for the first time in the postseason in the 1934 Stanley Cup Finals. Their first meeting was November 24, 1926 in both teams inaugural campaign. The Red Wings won 1-0 and it was their first win as a franchise and the Blackhawks first... Read more »