Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Updates

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While the Blackhawks host the defending champion Kings on Sunday, two of the organization’s prospects will be skating at Soldier Field. Notre Dame’s Stephen Johns and Minnesota’s Justin Holl, both second round picks in the 2010 Draft, will take part in the OfficeMax Hockey City Classic.

Here are updates on some of the Hawks’ top prospects (not skating in Rockford), including Johns and Holl.

  • Forwards

Teuvo Teräväinen, F, Jokerit (SM-liiga)
35 games, 11 goal, 13 assists, 24 points, E, 6 PIM

Phillip Danault, C
Victoriaville (QMJHL) – 29 games, 14 goals, 30 assists, 44 points, -1, 28 PIM
Moncton (QMJHL) – 12 games, 3 goals, 15 assists, 18 points, +12, 10 PIM
Total – 41 games, 17 goals, 45 assists, 62 points, +11, 38 PIM

Mark McNeill, F, Prince Albert (WHL)
50 games, 20 goals, 32 assists, 52 points, +6, 31 PIM

Kevin Hayes, F, Boston College
26 games, 6 goal, 18 assists, 24 points, E, 14 PIM

Garrett Ross, F, Saginaw (OHL)
47 games, 33 goals, 33 assists, 66 points, +23, 86 PIM

Vince Hinostroza, F, Waterloo (USHL)
36 games, 23 goals, 31 assists, 54 points, +24, 8 PIM

Alex Broadhurst, F, London (OHL)
53 games, 17 goals, 31 assists, 48 points, +24, 30 PIM

Terry Broadhurst, F
Toledo (ECHL) – 36 games, 12 goals, 19 assist, 31 points, +13, 14 PIM
Rockford (AHL) – 11 games, 1 goal, 3 assists, 4 points, E, 2 PIM

Chris Calnan, F, South Shore (EJHL)
29 games, 24 goals, 19 assists, 44 points, 28 PIM

Joakim Nordstrom, F, AIK (SEL)
35 games, 5 goal, 4 assist, 9 points, -8, 29 PIM

  • Defensemen

Dillon Fournier, D, Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL)
45 games, 6 goals, 11 assist, 17 points, +7, 49 PIM

Stephen Johns, D, Notre Dame
30 games, 1 goals, 12 assists, 13 points, E, 40 PIM

Michael Paliotta, D, U. of Vermont
25 games, 0 goals, 6 assists, 6 points, E, 40 PIM

Justin Holl, D, U. of Minnesota
23 games, 1 goals, 3 assists, 4 points, E, 8 PIM

  • Goalies

Mac Carruth, Portland (WHL)
31 games, 25-4-2, 6 shutouts, .933 save pct

Brandon Whitney, Victoriaville (QMJHL)
47 games, 21-16-6, 3 shutouts, .903 save pct

Johan Mattsson, Tri-City, (USHL)
32 games, 12-15-3, 1 shutout, .907 save pct

Matt Tomkins, Sherwood Park (AJHL)
39 games, 19-12-6, 3 shutouts, .921 save pct

Kent Simpson
Toledo (ECHL) – 27 games, 13-10-3, .904 save pct
Rockford (AHL) – 1 game, 0-1-0, .853 save pct

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5 Responses to Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Updates

  1. Brad Stevenson says:

    Thanks Tab…as we keep discussing this week after week, it appears that the Hawks are very deep in developmental talent…all this list does is remind me that going after a 22 year old 2 way centre who is proficient at the dot is clearly the right thing to do…I would love to see all these kids get their chance in the pros, but when you consider how young and deep the NHL team is, and then how deep Rockford is, how many of these kids are even going to get a chance to play for the Hawks within the next 5 years??? Not many…

  2. Brad Stevenson says:

    One other comment…over the last couple of weeks I have watched Garrett Ross, from Saginaw, two times…and he really impresses me. He reminds me a lot of Shaw, as he is not overly large, but he plays big…he is a good skater…strong at both ends of the ice, tough as nails, and smart. He was playing centre in the games I watched and dominated at the circle. He might be someone that gets a long look next year as a 4th line player to start…very smart kid and tough!

  3. Jim Perkins says:

    Great observation Brad regarding Ross. I’ve been saying it for months and I think this kid will be in Rockford by the end of the year. Check out this link of Shaw fighting Ross from 2009.

  4. Brad Stevenson says:

    Jimmy Hayes is playing very strong 2 way hockey in Rockford right now, and its paying off with a lot of production, as he has largely filled the void by the departure of all the players to the Hawks with a leadership role. I think that he would be a great choice for that 4th line winger role next to Kruger and Frolik…Bollig simply isn’t producing and Q isn’t trusting him with more than 5 minutes of ice time per game, which is hurting the 4 line flow when he’s in the lineup.

  5. It is hard to believe that Rockford is doing so poorly? They were tied for first place months ago and seem to wither every year . Maybe poor coaching?
    Grand Rapids which is Red Wings group always seem up like the Chicago Wolves .

    Hawks need to pull the trigger on the Colorado trade before he goes to the Red Wings Detroit and Philadelphia need a good center.

    Hawks better be ready tonight since San Jose is hungry

    Red Baron

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