Blackhawks Announce 2019 Development Camp Roster

On Tuesday the Chicago Blackhawks released the players attending this summer’s prospect camp. The camp will be held from July 15-19.

Forwards

  • Evan Barratt
  • Kirby Dach
  • MacKenzie Entwistle
  • Parker Foo
  • Mathias From
  • Brandon Hagel
  • Mikael Hakkarainen
  • Reese Johnson
  • Dominik Kubalik
  • Philipp Kurashev
  • Dylan McLaughlin**
  • Niklas Nordgren
  • Kyle Olson**
  • Antti Saarela
  • Josiah Slavin
  • Tim Soderlund
  • Jonny Sorenson**
  • Michal Teply
  • Jake Wise
    ** – free agent invite

Barratt, Kubalik and Nordgren will only participate in off-ice workouts.

Defensemen

  • Nicolas Beaudin
  • Adam Boqvist
  • Joshua Ess
  • Jakub Galvas
  • Chad Krys
  • Roope Laavainen
  • Ian Mitchell
  • Cole Moberg
  • Jake Ryczek
  • Ryan Shea
  • Alex Vlasic

Goaltenders

  • Dominic Basse
  • Alexis Gravel
  • Devin Cooley**
  • Stefanos Lekkas**
  • Mareks Mitens**
  • Zackarias Skog**
    ** – free agent invite

 

 

 

13 thoughts on “Blackhawks Announce 2019 Development Camp Roster

  1. Thanks for the update Tab, sucks to hear about Nordgren, was looking forward to hearing how he looked in prospect camp

  2. The development camp is like finding an oasis in the desert. So jacked to get reports and see highlights. Does the roster this year seem better than in past years? It kinda does to me. There are a lot of guys I’m really looking forward to seeing in competition. I’m almost tempted to start posting development camp lineups … but I’ll try to restrain myself. :=)

  3. I donot think we had this many good players at one camp. Other yrs we had a guys like 86 or someonelse, a couple. We have like how many good players from world juniors, Dach, Kubalik.

    Not even close. This is most of the young wave coming.

  4. Thanks, Tab.

    Agree with ER and Mo. More quality in the pipeline than I can remember.

  5. Kyle Beach. Dylan Olsen. We didn’t have any luck with either and now we have Kyle Olson.

  6. Really interested in how that bunch of defensemen compete against each other, and how they might be ranked by Colliton et al after the camp is over. Lots of familiar names that look to be part of the team’s future.

  7. Hopefully Jake Wise can stay healthy and takes a big step forward and Boston U. this season. He is one of 4 centers I’ll be paying attention to – Dach, Kurashev and Barratt being the others.

    I’d really like to see Beaudin-Boqvist paired up together – hopefully a harbinger of good things to come.

  8. STAN BOWMAN will be getting his own chance this season to complete for a future roster spot in the front office, namely GM for seasons 2020-2021…

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