Sunday 11:50 a.m. Everything is wrapping up now at the Chicago Hilton as the 2014 Blackhawks Convention comes to a close. 

A few interesting things to note on the final day: by far the best thing on sale at the convention was a Jim Cornelison bobblehead doll, complete with with a voice-over of him singing the national anthem at a Hawks game.

During the social media panel, Andrew Shaw, Corey Crawford and Brandon Saad were asked which Blackhawk currently not on Twitter would be the most fun follow. All three said defenseman Duncan Keith, while joking he probably wouldn't make the organization too happy. 

When talking about the Winter Classic and the Hawks appearing on the HBO show "24/7," defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson wasn't worried about getting caught on camera in a negative light.

"I swear in Swedish," Hjalmarsson said.

Sunday 9:30 a.m. We're back at the convention for the final few hours. Things got underway Sunday morning with a panel on life outside the rink with Bryan Bickell and former Hawks Eric Daze, Eric Nesterenko, Brent Sopel and Mike Stapleton. 

Daze had some interesting thoughts on the final few years of his career and his struggle with retirement.

"The last three years were really tough on me," Daze said of the end of his playing days, after injuries took a toll on him. "You’re trying to figure out what to do and how to do stuff. You have this schedule since you’re 16 years old and once it’s gone you never get that feeling back."

Since his career ended in 2006, Daze said the two biggest improvements within the game are the speed and the amount of blocked shots.

"Now you can’t just shoot the puck," Daze said. "That’s a huge difference."

Some of the more interesting panels today include a discussion on outdoor games, and the upcoming Winter Classic, along with a panel on social media.

Saturday 4:30 p.m. It should've been a time for Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw to spend an hour in embarrassment. Instead, when Shaw and winger Brandon Saad sat down for a panel with their fathers, the pesky third-liner did everything he could to own the situation.

Case in point: When Shaw was asked about his twerking during last year's convention, he told fans he learned it all from his father, Doug.

"He’s got a famous move he calls the 'Dirty Doug,'" Shaw joked. "No, he’s not going to do it."

The only time Shaw's father had a chance to dish anything back at his son, telling fans the worst thing the forward did as a child, he had to stop himself.

"I can’t tell that story," Doug Shaw said. "My wife would kill me."

Andrew Shaw wins this round.

It was just as normal for Shaw to play around with the crowd as it was for Hawks captain Jonathan Toews to address them seriously.

When talking about the Stanley Cup Final last year, the captain started getting defensive.

"I just watched Game 5," Toews said. "And I don’t want to bring that up again."