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The NHLPA released the dates for arbitration hearings on Friday. Viktor Stalberg will be July 20, and Chris Campoli will be August 3.
According to ESPN.com’s Jesse Rogers, the remaining restricted free agents on the Blackhawks’ roster are all expecting huge raises. And that has slowed down negotiations between the team and players. But how much is too much?
According to the NHLPA’s website, both defenseman Chris Campoli and forward Viktor Stalberg have filed for arbitration with the Blackhawks. They were the only restricted free agents with arbitration rights with the team.
In the wake of the Brian Campbell trade, the Blackhawks have two perceptions to deal with: a lot of money to spend, and needs on the blue line. How will they address the roster holes on the back end … Continue reading
According to sources, the Blackhawks have extended qualifying offers to restricted free agents Chris Campoli, Michael Frolik and Viktor Stalberg. Jake Dowell will not be back in Chicago. Also, the team has traded the negotiating rights of soon-to-be unrestricted free … Continue reading
In a fairly surprising piece of news, the Blackhawks released the following news today: Chris Campoli underwent successful right knee surgery on Tuesday afternoon to repair a torn meniscus. The procedure went very well and he will gradually return to … Continue reading
Now that the season has ended, and the lockers have been cleared out, we’ll look back at the season that was and grade the players on the 2010-11 Chicago Blackhawks. In our first edition of the season grades, we looked at … Continue reading
Let’s not waste time with the box score. Kevin Bieksa should have received aninstigator penalty for jumping Viktor Stalberg in the final five minutes of the game. And Raffi Torres, who the NHL decided didn’t need to be suspended again, … Continue reading
When the Blackhawks take the ice at the United Center tonight, they have to win to play another game this year. But for a big part of the roster, there is more on the line than one game.
On Monday the Chicago Blackhawks announced that they had signed defenseman Joe Lavin to a two-year contract, beginning in the 2011-12 season. He had been the captain at Notre Dame, who just lost to eventual NCAA champion Minnesota-Duluth at the … Continue reading