Number 39 tells the gang about the excitement of playing in a heavily hyped matchup like last night in Anaheim, the advantage of being in a locker room with so many All-Stars and what it’s like playing for Coach Q.
Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Michal Rozsival (left) battles Chicago Blackhawks right winger Jimmy Hayes during a playoff game in April, 2012. Rozsival now plays for the Blackhawks. (Nuccio DiNuzzo / Chicago Tribune)
The Pro Football Hall of Fame displays more busts of Bears greats than any other team. But there is only one enshrined quarterback, Sid Luckman, who threw his last pass 64 years ago. Since then, there has been no shortage of Bears quarterbacks who were busts, but not of the Hall of Fame... […]
A festive Wrigley Field crowd momentarily turned quiet Monday after rookie sensation Jorge Soler, standing in foul territory off third base, was drilled in the right thigh by a line drive hit by Welington Castillo in the sixth inning. […]