Kicking Off Hockey Season with the Chicago Blackhawks

As a born and raised Canadian, I absolutely love watching hockey and attending games. I grew up playing street hockey in rollerblades with the boys in my neighborhood and routinely attended Hamilton Bulldog games with my Dad while we still lived in Ontario. So, now that I’ve lived in Chicago for just over five years, it’s no surprise that one of my all-time favorite things is seeing the Chicago Blackhawks play! Below, take a look at a recap of my experience attending a recent game.

Last Thursday, Austin and I were lucky enough to attend the Chicago Blackhawks versus the Arizona Coyotes game at the United Center. Of course, we had to get there early to shop around and grab my favorite loaded nachos from Lillie Q’s! Seriously, they’re life-changing. As it neared game time, seats filled and the energy of the arena shifted. One of my favorite parts about going to see a game? The excitement and team spirit that fills the room!

In my opinion, there’s no better way to channel that team spirit than by rocking it physically. When you stop by for a game, be sure to also visit the Madhouse Team Store and Blackhawks Store. They both have so many incredible pieces so that you’re able to show how big of a fan you are! The Chicago Blackhawks team was also kind enough to send me the red t-shirt and black Columbia jacket (shown above), both of which I absolutely adore. The jacket is an especially great piece for transitioning from fall to winter and showing your team spirit subtly.

Have you ever attend a Chicago Blackhawks game? If so, what did you think of the whole experience? Let me know in the comments below, and be sure to purchase tickets here if you’re interested in going to an upcoming 2018-2019 home game! Don’t forget I’m also giving away two tickets in my Instagram post here if you want to enter by Thursday, October 25. Have a great week, everyone!

 

 

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