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Yes, we’re talking about practice. Chicago Blackhawks practice. And there was a lot to learn on Monday.
On Monday morning, the Hawks assigned forwards Kyle Beach, Jimmy Hayes, and Peter LeBlanc, and defensemen Brian Connelly and Joe Lavin to Rockford, taking the roster down to 33 players. The most impressive preseason among the group of demoted prospects … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks have posted the official roster for Thursday night’s second preseason game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
After watching a few hours of hockey on a Saturday morning in mid-September, it’s easy to predict that the Blackhawks will win the Stanley Cup in June of 2012. Of course it is. But what did we see during the … Continue reading
In the wake of an impressive rookie tournament in Oshawa, we have revised our rankings of the top prospects in the Blackhawks organization. Jeremy Morin, F Dylan Olsen, D Marcus Krüger, C Jimmy Hayes, F Brandon Saad, F Brandon Pirri, … Continue reading
There has been discussion in the wake of Patrick Sharp’s contract extension regarding whether or not he’ll play win or center primarily this season. Certainly the center position is perhaps the biggest – and only – question mark heading into … Continue reading
More league-wide sites are releasing their late-summer organizational rankings, and the Chicago Blackhawks are impressing a lot of people. Here’s a look at what some major sites have said about the Hawks’ organizational depth.
Fans are already ready for the Chicago Blackhawks to take to the ice at the United Center, there is good reason to look west this year for some exciting hockey. Just about 90 miles from the United Center, the future … Continue reading
When the Blackhawks announced a five-year extension for forward Patrick Sharp on Wednesday, the core of the young Hawks team was now completely taken care of financially. But what are the long-term implications of Sharp’s new deal?
While most scouts are looking forward to the 2011 NHL Draft, Blackhawks fans can look back just two short years to a draft class that will play a major role in the future of the franchise.