On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks assigned forward Ryan Hartman to Rockford. The roster is now down to 27 players, including Teuvo Teravainen, Trevor van Riemsdyk, Kyle Cumiskey and Michael Leighton.
The Blackhawks dropped another home preseason game, this time to the Montreal Canadiens.
On Tuesday morning, the Hawks officially assigned forwards Cody Bass and Pierre-Cedric Labrie to Rockford. Chicago’s roster is now at 28.
On Monday morning, the Blackhawks assigned forwards Joakim Nordstrom, Dennis Rasmussen and Garret Ross, defensemen Adam Clendening and Klas Dahlbeck and goaltender Scott Darling to Rockford.
Update: Cody Bass and Pierre-Cedric Labrie are on waivers, en route to Rockford. Brandon Mashinter appears to have won the enforcer role to begin the 2014-15 season.
As we conclude our 2014-15 season previews in the Atlantic Division, we’ve already discussed the Buffalo Sabres, Florida Panthers, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins.
After a season derailed by a major injury to Steven Stamkos and the drama surrounding the departure of Martin St. Louis, the Tampa Bay Lightning had the busiest offseason in the league. Will it pay off with a long postseason?
The Blackhawks blew out the Oilers in a late afternoon affair in Saskatoon on Sunday.
After Friday night’s loss to the Rangers, the Blackhawks announced roster moves that bring the NHL roster to 36 players.
The Hawks announced that forwards Matt Carey and Phillip Danault and defenseman Stephen Johns have been assigned to Rockford.
The team also announced they have released defenseman Cam Barker from camp.
The Blackhawks lost a second preseason game in as many days, dropping a home decision to the defending Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers on Friday night.
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On Friday afternoon, the Chicago Blackhawks announced that forwards Mark McNeill, Alex Broadhurst and Drew LeBlanc and defensemen Mathieu Brisebois, Dillon Fournier and Viktor Svedberg have been assigned to Rockford.
As we continue our 2014-15 season previews in the Atlantic Division, we’ve already discussed the Buffalo Sabres, Florida Panthers, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens.
Like the Blackhawks, the Boston Bruins have some salary cap driven decisions to make before the 2014-15 season begins. What’s in store for the Bruins this year?