Chicago Blackhawks Tickets and Packages
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Travel to see the Chicago Blackhawks play at the United Center in Chicago throughout the season.
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United Center -- Chicago, Illinois -- NHL
The United Center is the home of both the 2010 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL and the 6 time NBA Champion Chicago Bulls. The United Center first opened in August of 1994. It seats 20,500 (not including standing room) for hockey, 21,711 for basketball and up to 23,500 for concerts.
It is commonly referred to as "The UC" or "The house that Jordan built." Before the UC was built, it's predecessor was the Chicago Stadium, which was extremely popular among sports fans, because of the amount of noise that was generated inside the arena, mostly at hockey games. This reputation gave the Chicago Stadium the nickname "The Madhouse on Madison."
One of the trademarks of the Chicago Stadium was the legendary sound of the Barton Organ. During hockey season, a replica of the Barton Organ, the Allen Organ is still used to duplicate the sound of the Chicago Stadium.
A major attraction at the United Center, is the now famous Michael Jordan statue. The statue is located on the east side of the arena and features Michael Jordan's classic pose. On the opposite side of the arena, a Chicago Blackhawks statue featuring hall of fame left wing Bobby Hull can also be seen. The United Center is located on Madison St. in the near west side of Chicago.