The Blackhawks logo is a trademark owned by the NHL, which uses it for all of its trademarks.
It is a symbol for Chicago and a part of the Chicago skyline.
But that’s not all the Blackhawks have to say about it.
They also trademarked the word “Hawks” in 2009.
That’s a trademark that is also owned by other sports teams, including the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees.
So the Blackhawks logo has its own set of rules and regulations, and it’s up to them to enforce those.
But the Blackhawks can’t have their logo on every jersey.
That would be un-American, according to the NHL.
And they can’t take that away from other teams either.
That means the Blackhawks should be using a new crest, according the NHL’s rules.
That’s not the only trademark that’s up for grabs.
The Blackhawks also trademark the word ‘Hawks’, which stands for “Hockey Team”, “Hewey”, “Eagles” and “Hook”.
That means that any team that uses the word Hawks can also trademark it on their own logo.
So the NHL is working to come up with a new set of guidelines and rules for the Hawks logo.
The rules will be made public sometime in 2019.
The Blackhawks logo was created in 1996 by Rick Tocchet.
Rick Toco’s son David, who works for the Blackhawks, took over the logo in 2005.
David Tocchets son, who also works for Chicago, has since taken on the job of the new logo’s designer.
The logo is currently used on the Blackhawks home jerseys, which are designed by Jonathan Klassen.
The design for the logo was developed by a group of architects, designers, and designers, including David Toco, who was also responsible for the design of the Blackhawks uniform.
Tocchet’s design for hockey’s newest icon has been used on jerseys for the past 13 years.
And David Tichet says the logo has helped define the Blackhawks identity and help the team become more of a global brand.
David Tiche says the design for his new logo has been a key ingredient in helping define the Hawks identity and to create a new symbol for the NHL that is a universal symbol for all sports.
David says he is thrilled to be taking over the design and branding of the Hawks.