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As the Blackhawks regular season sprints to the finish, many of the organization’s college prospects are already in their respective postseasons. Here’s a look at how the Hawks’ college prospects performed during the 2011-12 season.
On a somewhat regular basis throughout the season, we’ve looked around at some of the Hawks’ top prospects and how the future might look at the United Center. As we reach the middle of February, and need something (anything) positive … Continue reading
On Monday night, the annual Beanpot Championship will be decided when Boston University faces Boston College. And two prominent Blackhawks prospects will be on display. For BC, center Kevin Hayes is coming off a strong week. He now has 22 … Continue reading
On Monday night, while the Blackhawks continue a long weekend, a couple of the organization’s top prospects will be on display in one of the great college hockey events: the Beanpot Tournament.
With all of Chicago falling head-over-heels in love with Andrew Shaw and Jimmy Hayes, it’s worth looking around the rest of the Blackhawks organization to see how other top prospects are performing. As we’ve done in November and December, here’s … Continue reading
All five of the Blackhawks’ prospects were on the ice at the World Junior Championships on Tuesday. In the first game of the day, the United States hammered Latvia 12-2. Adam Clendening scored in the second period and added an … Continue reading
Saturday evening brought mixed results for the five Blackhawks prospects in action. In the earlier of the two games featuring future Hawks, the USA tried to come back from an early 3-0 deficit but couldn’t get past a second goal … Continue reading
At the World Junior Championships on Friday, five Blackhawks prospects were in action. For Sweden, Ludvig Rensfeldt and Joakim Nordstrom continued their strong play in a 9-1 win over Slovakia. Nordstrom scored his third goal in three games, and Rensfeldt … Continue reading
On Wednesday, the Blackhawks were once again well represented at the World Junior Championships. The United States lost to Finland 3-1, but the lone goal for the USA came from Hawks’ prospect Brandon Saad. Stephen Johns was especially impressive on the … Continue reading
The World Junior Championships have begun, and the Blackhawks have a number of prospects competing. On Monday, Adam Clendening, Stephen Johns and Brandon Saad all registered a point in the USA’s 11-3 win over Denmark. Johns scored a goal, Clendening … Continue reading