On the 2011 team there are 23 players on the roster.
Illinois has many sports. Chicago has two major league baseball teams (Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox) , a football team (Chicago Bears), a basketball team (Chicago Bulls), hockey team Chicago Black Hawks), and a soccer team (Chicago Fire).
there are 18 Canadians on there official roster
As of 2017, 13 times.
Chicago has approximately 3630 black policemen.
As of 2017, six.
About 25% of Chicago PD is black, compared to 33% of the Chicago population.
They have never won the superbowl.
The answer is 12!
they've been to Chicago many times
The 2010 census reported 887,608 "Black or African American" residents in the City of Chicago out of a total population of 2,695,598.
The colors of the Chicago Blackhawks are red, black, and white. So three.
The hawks have lost a total of 7 times in the Stanley Cup final series. The first year they lost was in 1931 when they lost to the Montreal Canadiens. The next time they lost was in 1944 when they lost to the Montreal Canadiens again. In 1962 they lost to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Three years later, in 1965, the Hawks lost to the Montreal Canadiens for a third time. In 1971, the hawks were unable to take down the Montreal Canadiens for the fourth time. Two years late, 1973, the Hawks were defeated by the Montreal Canadiens for the fifth time! The last time they lost was in 1992 when they were deafeated by the Pittsburg Penguins. Lets just say the Hawks are to hot against the Montreal Canadiens in Stanley Cup final games.
Generally, hawks are protected in many countries, but it depends on the species and the country. In North America, species such as the Red-tailed Hawk and Common Black Hawk are protected through much of their range. In Australia, the Christmas Island hawk and other native hawks are protected throughout the country.
Through the 2012 season, the Chicago Bears played in Pittsburgh 13 times.
Yes, many times.
Three (3) times.
The Chicago Bulls were in 6 NBA finals
There are 208 species of hawks and eagles in the world.