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The Chicago Blackhawks made a number of roster moves on Wednesday morning. Defenseman Dylan Olsen was recalled from Rockford and forward Andrew Shaw was added to the active roster while Marcus Kruger and Steve Montador were both placed on injured reserve.
In October, we looked at a few of the Blackhawks prospects that had performed well to begin the season. In mid-November, looked again at some of the stars-of-tomorrow. Now that we’ve moved into December, let’s look around the Blackhawks organization at how some … Continue reading
Major injuries all over the NHL are becoming a plague, and teams are starting to look around to fill significant roster holes as much as they’re looking to add a missing piece to a would-be winning formula. With the cap space … Continue reading
It’s been fun, but with the team struggling to find itself on the ice now is the time for the Blackhawks to begin making tough roster decisions. And the first, and easiest, of those decisions is cutting defenseman Sami Lepisto … Continue reading
The Canucks made a fairly significant trade over the weekend, acquiring David Booth from Florida. Other teams are said to be getting into the market as injuries pile up all over the NHL. Could the Blackhawks enter the market soon?
On Monday morning, the Blackhawks assigned forwards Jimmy Hayes, Marcus Kruger, Peter LeBlanc and Brandon Pirri, and defenseman Dylan Olsen to Rockford. Chicago now has 27 players, including injured Philippe Paradis and Jeremy Morin, on their NHL roster. The deadline for … Continue reading
With the dull thud of a 4-1 loss in Washington, the preseason of the 2011-12 Chicago Blackhawks came to a close. So what were these exhibitions worth? Let’s take a look at how the roster could fill out.
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
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
On Wednesday afternoon, the Blackhawks announced which players will attend the Oshawa Rookie Tournament.