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Despite a miserable early performance, the Blackhawks were able to dig out of a couple two-goal deficits in a wild first period. And this time, it was the team’s youngest players leading the way.
The Blackhawks left Vancouver with a point on Friday night, but many fans were wondering if they ever arrived in the first place.
We’ve already looked at the Blackhawks depth on the blue line and the current state between the pipes, so now – a day before the season begins – let’s look at the forwards the Hawks will have on the ice … Continue reading
On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks made a few roster moves in preparation for the season beginning on Saturday. Forwards Brandon Pirri and Jimmy Hayes and defenseman Ryan Stanton were sent back to Rockford. The Hawks roster now stands at 24 … Continue reading
On Monday morning, two Blackhawks prospects were honored. Former Saginaw teammates Brandon Saad and Garret Ross named Player of the Week by the AHL and OHL, respectively.
As the NHL and the NHLPA continue leaving fans at home, the AHL season is about to begin. The Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate in Rockford has an impressive roster with a handful of young players with NHL experience. Now two full seasons … Continue reading
On Thursday evening, the Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate Rockford IceHogs set their Opening Night roster. It is as follows: Forwards (15): Kyle Beach, Brandon Bollig, Wade Brookbank, Rob Flick, Jimmy Hayes, Marcus Kruger, Peter LeBlanc, Jeremy Morin, Philippe Paradis, Brandon Pirri, … Continue reading
The Rockford IceHogs made a final addition to the group on their training camp roster on Friday: veteran defenseman Brett Lebda.
On Wednesday, Hockey Prospectus published their top 100 rankings. The Blackhawks were fairly well represented on the list. Here’s a look at where the Hawks top prospects landed on the list: 11. Teuvo Teravainen, LW 30. Brandon Saad, LW 50. … Continue reading
After many of the Blackhawks’ top prospects travelled to Chicago for the annual prospect camp this past week, fans were able to get a look at what the future might hold at the United Center. Here are a few observations.