Category Archives: Prospects
A report from The Oregonian indicates goaltender Mac Carruth is close to signing a pro deal with the Blackhawks. Carruth, 20, was 42-17-2 this season with a .904 save percentage and two shutouts for the Portland Winterhawks (WHL). Portland’s season ended in the … Continue reading
On Tuesday, the Chicago Blackhawks announced that they have come to terms on a three-year deal with Rob Flick. Flick, 21, was a fourth round selection (120th overall) in the 2010 NHL Draft. He split the 2011-12 season between the Rockford … Continue reading
As the playoffs continue without the Chicago Blackhawks, fans have already started making lists of free agents the team should target. There are two primary concerns being expressed by everyone surrounding Chicago: they need another top-four defenseman (preferably physical), and … Continue reading
On Saturday night, the London Knights ended the postseason for the Saginaw Spirit and Blackhawks prospect Brandon Saad. Saad, a second round pick by Chicago in the 2011 NHL Draft, finished his personal postseason with eight goals and nine assists … Continue reading
This shootout goal from Rockford’s Matt Fornataro is ridiculous. Watch!
On Thursday, the Ontario Hockey League announced that Blackhawks prospect Brandon Saad of the Saginaw Spirit is the 2011-12 winner of the William Hanley Trophy, which is awarded to the OHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player.
As the regular season finishes for both the NHL and the AHL, at least 14 teams will begin evaluating their potential roster for next season next week. Others, including the Blackhawks, will have to wait until their playoffs end at … Continue reading
In one playoff series in the Ontario Hockey League, two of the Blackhawks top prospects are making a strong statement.
According to the website of his junior team, the Victoriaville Tigers of the QMJHL, Blackhawks 2011 first round pick Phillip Danault will report to Rockford. The site indicates that Danault, the Tigers’ captain this year, will be with the IceHogs against … Continue reading
The Frozen Four is now set, and the Blackhawks have been very well represented in this year’s tournament.