Chicago Blackhawks Buffalo Tickets
The Chicago Blakchawks play ice hockey in the NHL. They are members of the Western Conference and play in the Central Division. They are one of the oldest active teams in the NHL. The Blackawks were established in 1926 and were part of the ‘Original Six’ teams in the NHL, along with teams such as the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens. The Blackhawks have never moved from Chicago and have had two home arenas in the metropolitan city. They used to play in the Chicago Center for the first sixty five years. In 1994 they moved to the newly constructed United Center. Get Chicago Blackhawks Buffalo tickets and watch the entertaining game as the Blackhawks take on the Buffalo Sabres.
The Chicago Blackhawks have regularly featured in the playoffs for the Stanley Cup. They have had an amazing record in their division; they won seven division titles in the 70s along with three titles each in the 80s and 90s. Their most recent title came in 2013 which took their tally to fifteen division titles along with three conference titles. The Blackawks have won five Stanley Cups. Their first two cup wins came in the 30s, in 1934 and 1938. After that they had to wait for over two decades before they saw another Stanley Cup win. They won their third Cup in 1961.
However the fourth title came after a long time; it was the second longest drought in the NHL. Finally the drought came to an end in 2010 and the Blackhawks lifted their fourth Stanley Cup. They won their fifth and most recent Stanley Cup in 2013. Get Chicago Blackhawks Buffalo tickets and watch the competitive game as the Blackhawks and Sabres go head to head.
The Blackhawks have been very consistent with their performance in their past few campaigns. After finishing as the best team in 2013, they made it to the playoffs in 2014. They won the conference quarter and semifinals. Their trip concluded with a loss against the Los Angeles Kings in the conference finals. Get tickets to the game and find out how the Blackhawks, under the guidance of Joel Quenneville fare against the Sabres.