This week, Rick Reilly points out who the top team is in each town. In Chicago, the Blackhawks were in last place for years. The stadium was half-empty, games weren't televised, and the fans had forgotten. It had become a three-team town. A new administration recently brought in team president John McDonough (now a Hall of Famer). Now, tickets are at a premium, games are on TV, the team sold out the inaugural convention and they got the premier regular season event in hockey… all in the space of a year. What's his advice?