Carl Buddig & Co. And The Chicago Blackhawks Score With Second Annual Sponsorship Feeding Family Traditions

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Featured products supported by the sponsorship include: Buddig Original Lunchmeats: In a class all its own Buddig Premium Deli: Great-tasting, lean and wholesome Buddig Deli Cuts: The heart-healthy favorite Old Wisconsin Meat Snack Products: Snack Bites, Snack Sticks and Summer Sausage In conjunction with this sponsorship, Buddig invites fans to learn more about game-friendly recipes, tips and ideas for hosting the perfect tailgate party at a Twitter Party the brands will host on Oct. 14 from 8 to 9 p.m. EDT using #BuddigPowerPlay. Follow along and join the conversation for a chance to win authentic Blackhawks merchandise, collectibles and Buddig products and coupons. The Chicago Blackhawks have won five Stanley Cup championships since their founding in 1926. WGN Radio has sole broadcast rights for the Blackhawks through the 2018-19 season. WGN TV is Chicagos CW network affiliate and has HD broadcast rights for the Chicago Blackhawks. About Carl Buddig & Company Based in Homewood, Ill, Carl Buddig & Co. has been feeding family traditions for more than 70 years with the very best in taste, variety and convenience. Carl Buddig & Co. source:

Featured programs also include David Ortiz In the Moment, Amar’e StoudemireIn the Moment, Lindsey Vonn In the Moment, and Schooled: The Price of College Sports. About the NHL The National Hockey League (NHL), founded in 1917, consists of 30 Member Clubs, each reflecting the Leagues international makeup with players from more than 20 countries represented on team rosters, vying for the most cherished and historic trophy in professional sports the Stanley Cup. Every year the NHL entertains more than 250 million fans in-arena and through its partners on national television and radio; more than 10 million fans on its social platforms; and more than 300 million fans online at In Canada, the 2014-15 season marks the beginning of a landmark 12-year broadcast and multimedia agreement with Rogers Communications, which includes national rights to NHL games on all platforms in all languages. In the U.S., the NHL is in the fourth season of its 10-year agreement with NBC and NBCSN, the 10th consecutive season both networks have served as national television partners. The NHL is committed to giving back to the community with programs including: Hockey is for Everyone, which supports nonprofit youth hockey organizations across North America; Hockey Fights Cancer, raising money for local and national cancer organizations; NHL Green, which is committed to pursuing sustainable business practices; and a partnership with the You Can Play Project, which is committed to supporting the LGBT community and fighting homophobia in sports. The NHL received three 2014 Sports Business Awards: Sports League of the Year, Sports Executive of the Year recognizing Commissioner Gary Bettman, and Sports Event of the Year for the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic. For more information, visit About EPIX EPIX is a premium movie and original programming entertainment service delivering the latest movie releases, classic film franchises, original documentaries, comedy and music events on TV, on demand, online and on devices. Launched in October 2009, EPIX has pioneered the development and proliferation of TV Everywhere. It was the first premium network to provide multi-platform access to its content online at and was the first premium network to launch on Xbox, PlayStation, Android tablets and phones, Windows 8.1 and Roku players. EPIX is available to authenticated subscribers on hundreds of devices including Apple iPads and iPhones and is the only premium service providing all its programming on all platforms, delivering more movies than any other premium network, with thousands of titles available for streaming. source:

Rangers giving prospect Anthony Duclair extended look – Hockey –

The 19-year-old left wing, who has played confidently so far in training camp, will get his first NHL action tonight when the Rangers face the Blackhawks in Chicago in their second preseason game. Duclair will play alongside center Derick Brassard and Rick Nash on tonight’s top line. “I do, I do,” Duclair said when asked whether he feels ready to play in the NHL. “Much better than last year, that’s for sure. I’m going to see [tonight] how I can handle myself against pros and take it from there.” The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Duclair, a third-round pick in the 2013 draft, had 50 goals and 49 assists in 59 games last season for the Remparts, his third in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. But his season ended on Feb. 28 after suffering a concussion. That’s one reason the Rangers’ brass wants Duclair to go through a healthy QMJHL season. The other is that the Remparts, as the host team for the Memorial Cup, have an automatic berth into junior hockey’s championship tournament and the Rangers want him to go through that experience. “Right now, we’re trying to get a good read on him,” coach Alain Vigneault said. “His [injury] at the end of last year, we feel it’s going to be beneficial for him to spend a little bit more time here with us, conditioning-wise and understanding what it is to be a pro athlete. source:

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“You don’t want to say it’s one situation. We got beat by a good team,” Quenneville said. “But I liked how we played that game. There were a lot of positives which made it tougher than saying we threw it away.” Chicago plays its first exhibition game Tuesday night against Detroit, and the preseason schedule could go a long way to answering the biggest question about the team. The Blackhawks are about $2.2 million above the salary cap and will have to make a move before the regular-season opener Oct. 9 at Dallas. General manager Stan Bowman has said the preseason will give the team a chance to take a look at which position it feels can afford to lose a veteran player. It also could create demand for Chicago’s players if there is an injury on another club. But right now, it looks as if the only competition when it comes to the lineup is one of the wings on the fourth line and the last couple of defensemen. Teravainen, one of the team’s top prospects, also could force his way into the mix. “We say the players make the decisions for us,” Quenneville said. source:


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