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The Blackhawks summer prospect camp begins on Monday, and many of the organization’s top prospects will be in attendance. In this first part of a three-part series, we’ll look at some of the forwards that will be participating in the … Continue reading
Over the last 12 months, the front office of the Chicago Blackhawks has shown a great deal of confidence in their selections from the 2011 NHL Draft. Six of the Hawks’ 11 picks in last year’s draft have already signed an … Continue reading
With reports that the Blackhawks signed forward Jamal Mayers for another year, the Hawks have a pretty full roster already looking ahead to the 2012-13 season. So what does the Mayers signing mean to this summer’s free agent agenda for … Continue reading
As the playoffs continue without the Chicago Blackhawks, fans have already started making lists of free agents the team should target. There are two primary concerns being expressed by everyone surrounding Chicago: they need another top-four defenseman (preferably physical), and … Continue reading
It has been two years since the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup, and the dismantling series of trades that immediately followed the championship. With two full seasons now in the books, how did the Blackhawks do in the trades that … Continue reading
When Jonathan Toews scored the dramatic, game-winning goal in Phoenix late on Saturday night, two things were assured. The two teams will meet again, in Chicago, on Monday night. And Andrew Shaw will return to the lineup for the Blackhawks.
Five games. Five overtimes. This time, the Blackhawks season was on the line, and there was no way Chicago’s captain was starting his summer on Saturday night.
While meeting the media on Friday, Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville confirmed that the coaching staff will have a conversation about whether they turn to Ray Emery in net for Game Five in Phoenix. That’s just one of a number of decisions … Continue reading
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The Blackhawks scored a late, game-tying goal to force overtime. And then lost when Corey Crawford allowed a soft goal. Heard enough? So have I.
All indications are that rookie Brandon Saad will play in his third NHL game on Thursday night, replacing injured Marian Hossa. What should Hawks fans expect?