Blackhawks Announce Training Camp, Festival Dates
The defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks will host their annual Training Camp Festival on Monday, Sept. 21 at the United Center.
Tickets – $5 – will go on sale on July 17 at 10 AM CT through the Blackhawks’ website or Ticketmaster.
The Blackhawks also announced that the team will return to Notre Dame to open their 2015-16 training camp for the third straight year. Practices will be held at Compton Family Ice Arena from Friday, Sept. 18, to Sunday, Sept. 20.
A complete training camp schedule, including Notre Dame ticket information, will be released at a later date.
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Attended the Training Camp Festival last year, it was free, but I believe I paid to park. Great event for kids, it was 1st class, plus they discount all of the previous years fan gear. I would imagine Saad, Richards, and others Shirseys (Shirt-Jerseys) will be available for a few bucks “if you are into that”. Scored a free sweet Keith Bobble Head too for being near the front of the line going in.
Leddy was on one of the teams and traded either that night or the day after.
From raising the Cup on June 15 to opening training camp Sept. 18th makes a really SHORT summer.
Get some rest, boys.
Dallas, SJ, LA, Vancouver, St. Louis, and Nashville have been off, licking their wounds for a LONG time now. Hope we can roll 4 lines and 6 D this year.
Speaking of training camp and prospects and the like, i saw something interesting today. When the Blackhawks opted not to qualify Matt Carey a few days ago, he became a free agent. I remember his brother Greg signed at the same time (with Arizona) and Greg was the more highly touted of the two.
Well Greg had an even worse year than Matt did and was demoted to the ECHL for a while. Arizona is not bringing him back and both Carey’s are now free agents. At least Matt has one NHL goal on his resume.
Goes to show that many of these college free agents don’t work out. Hopefully things go better for Kyle Baun and Tanner Kero.
Interesting read on how much goes into the players recovering & getting into shape…..
I brought the family to the Notre Dame training day last year and we all had a great time. Nice atmosphere in the arena and the campus as well. We’re already planning to go this year.
I highly recommend going if you have the means.