Cameron Schilling

Blackhawks Sign D Cameron Schilling

On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks reportedly signed defenseman Cameron Schilling to a two-year deal.

Schilling, who will be 27 on Oct. 7, is listed at 6-2 and 200 pounds and is a left-handed shot. He signed as an undrafted college graduate after four years at Miami (Ohio) and has played six NHL games over the last three seasons with the Washington Capitals.

With Hershey last year, Schilling had 18 points and 63 penalty minutes in 63 games, but had a strong playoffs with eight points in 10 games.

6 thoughts on “Blackhawks Sign D Cameron Schilling

  1. OK, a lefty. Heard a interview with the Bluejackets announcer today on 670 the score and he relayed that he talked to Ken Hitchcock of the Blues yesterday, and Hitch told him the Hawks were better today than they were last year, for what it is worth. It was nice to hear.

  2. Bill that is too funny, I just picture old Hitchcock pacing around his summer home obsessed with the Blackhawks like Ahab obsessing over the whale. He sees red and black in his nightmares.

  3. Can’t stand the “Stay-Puff Man”, but as long as he is in St. Louis, they will be tulips , show up the first week of April and then gone till next year.

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