Adam Rogowin is in his 12th season with the Chicago Blackhawks and his third as Vice President of Communications.
In his current role, Rogowin oversees all communications efforts as the organization's primary contact for media inquiries, including interview requests for front office staff, coaches and players; the dissemination of team information via press releases and game notes; and media credentialing for games, press conferences and special events. He is also the point person for television and radio broadcasts on flagship stations NBC Sports Chicago and WGN Radio, as well as all Blackhawks national telecasts on NBC in the United States and Sportsnet in Canada.
Rogowin previously served as Senior Director of Public Relations, with a focus on promoting team announcements for all off-ice activities. He was a member of the Blackhawks media relations department that received the 2010-11 Dick Dillman Award, given annually to the team judged by the members of the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) to be the best in media relations.
Prior to joining the Blackhawks, Rogowin spent four seasons with the Chicago Wolves. From 2006-08, he served as the team's Director of Media Relations, which includes the 2008 Calder Cup championship season.
The Morton Grove, Ill., native played hockey at Connecticut College, where he notched 19 assists and 28 points in 55 career games before graduating with a double major in English and sociology. In July 2016, Rogowin was named to Chicago's Jewish 36-under-36 list, an annual distinction presented by the Jewish United Fund (JUF). He is a host committee member for the Green Tie Ball, Chicago Gateway Green's signature fundraising gala.
He and his wife, Jen, have two sons, Cameron and Gavin, and a daughter, Ellorie.