Chicago Blackhawks Boston Tickets
Founded in 1926, Chicago Blackhawks is one of the original six National Hockey League franchises. The team currently plays its home games at the United Center after using Chicago Stadium as its home arena for sixty six years. The team is among some of the most successful franchises in the league with five Stanley Cup championships to their name. The team will be playing its 88th season as the reigning champions this season with stakes higher than before. During the course of its current season, Blackhawks will also be making a trip to Boston to face Boston Bruins in an away game. Support Blackhawks on an away turf with Chicago Blackhawks Boston tickets.
Chicago Blackhawks enter the current NHL season as the defending Stanley Cup champions. This season the team will make an attempt at repeating this feat. By doing so, Blackhawks will become the first NHL franchise to achieve this since 1997. On its road to the championship, Blackhawks will also have an encounter with Boston Bruins in an away game at the Bruin’s home rink of TD Garden. The game is scheduled for March 27, 2014 so catch it live with Chicago Blackhawks Boston tickets.
Blackhawks started the season with six straight wins including one against Red Wings, setting the new franchise record. Later on the team also achieved the league record for earning points in first sixteen consecutive games of the season. By doing so, Blackhawks tied Anaheim Ducks 2006-07 season record. With another win, Blackhawks even bypassed Ducks with seventeen straight games. Blackhawks’ streak of twenty four games came to an end after a loss to Colorado Avalanche. In finals for the Stanley Cup, Blackhawks met Boston Bruins and defeated Bruins to claim the championship.
The upcoming Chicag Blackhawks Boston game is going to be a heated clash between the two teams. Boston will try to come back at Blackhawks for its loss in the previous season’s finals while Blackhawks will try to keep its momentum going. This is going to be a heated game; one that should be witnessed live from the stands and not on the dull TV screens.