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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
On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks made public the roster for this year’s prospect camp. Last year, the organization did not invite players with professional contracts, but a number of signed prospects will be at the camp this year. Among the … 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
The Frozen Four is now set, and the Blackhawks have been very well represented in this year’s tournament.
After a solid performance by Blackhawks prospect Braden Birch for Cornell on Friday night, a number of other future Hawks were in action as the NCAA hockey tournament was busy on Saturday.
The Blackhawks have eight prospects that began this weekend in the hunt for the NCAA Championship, and a few of them were in action on Friday night. Defenseman Braden Birch, a sixth round pick in 2008, was credited with one … Continue reading
As the Blackhawks regular season sprints to the finish, many of the organization’s college prospects are already in their respective postseasons. Here’s a look at how the Hawks’ college prospects performed during the 2011-12 season.
On a somewhat regular basis throughout the season, we’ve looked around at some of the Hawks’ top prospects and how the future might look at the United Center. As we reach the middle of February, and need something (anything) positive … Continue reading
On Monday night, the annual Beanpot Championship will be decided when Boston University faces Boston College. And two prominent Blackhawks prospects will be on display. For BC, center Kevin Hayes is coming off a strong week. He now has 22 … Continue reading
On Monday night, while the Blackhawks continue a long weekend, a couple of the organization’s top prospects will be on display in one of the great college hockey events: the Beanpot Tournament.