On Saturday morning the Hawks placed forward Peter Regin and net minder Michael Leighton on waivers.
The Blackhawks have confirmed the one-year deal with Daniel Carcillo on Saturday morning.
The Blackhawks lost to the Rangers in a length shootout on Friday night, but the talk around the club is more about who won’t be wearing the Indian head when the season begins next week than it is about the preseason finale.
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On Friday morning the Blackhawks added forward Daniel Carcillo to their training camp roster.
Also, in the early roster release for tonight’s preseason finale the Hawks have Nick Leddy, Johnny Oduya and Trevor vanRiemsdyk listed as active.
On Thursday afternoon the Blackhawks recalled defenseman Klas Dahlbeck from Rockford.
Dahlbeck, who played in two preseason games for the Hawks, was in the roster for Rockford’s game tonight as of 1 pm CT (less than an hour before being recalled).
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?