The key point:
Chicago Blackhawks Developing Real Connections to American Indian Communities
This is not the case for the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks. Named after team founder Frederic McLaughlin’s U.S. Army battalion in World War I (which called itself the Black Hawks in honor of American Indians), the team has taken real measures to form a relationship with the American Indian community in Illinois.
Anyway, it's good to see one sports team with an Indian mascot to actually honor Indians. This demonstrates the hypocrisy of every other team that supposedly honors Indians.
For more on the Chicago Blackhawks, see "Chippewa Word" in Saturday Night Live and Blackhawks Mascot in The Dilemma.
Below: "100-year old monolith The Eternal Indian." (Charles Osgood/Chicago Tribune)