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The regular seasons have come to a close for most of the Blackhawks’ top prospects, and many are getting ready for a busy postseason. Many of the Hawks’ recent draft picks have had exceptional seasons. Here are some updates on … Continue reading
While the Blackhawks continue their incredible start to the 2013 season at the NHL level, many of the organization’s top prospects are also enjoying a strong campaign. Here’s a look at how some of the organization’s top prospects are performing … Continue reading
While the Blackhawks host the defending champion Kings on Sunday, two of the organization’s prospects will be skating at Soldier Field. Notre Dame’s Stephen Johns and Minnesota’s Justin Holl, both second round picks in the 2010 Draft, will take part … Continue reading
Here are updates on how some of the Blackhawks top prospects are performing as November comes to a close. This list does not include any Rockford IceHogs, who play at the Chicago Wolves tonight.
Last night we looked at how some of the Hawks’ top prospects are performing between in front of their respective goaltenders. Now, let’s examine the netminders between the pipes.
The Rockford IceHogs made a final addition to the group on their training camp roster on Friday: veteran defenseman Brett Lebda.
In this third and final part of our series, we’ll look ahead at the goalies participating in this week’s Blackhawks prospect camp. We have already examined the forwards and defensemen that will be in attendance, now let’s shift our focus … Continue reading
Blackhawks have agreed to terms with forward Joakim Nordstrom, defenseman Klas Dahlbeck, and goaltenders Mac Carruth and Kent Simpson on three-year contracts. We reported the Carruth deal last week. Carruth, Nordstrom and Simpson were drafted in 2010; Dahlbeck was a … Continue reading
A great deal has been said about the performance of the two guys that played the goaltender position for the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2011-12 season. But they have made a number of moves to improve the organization’s depth at … Continue reading
Earlier today, we noted that the Blackhawks were close to signing goalie Mac Carruth. They have reportedly signed him to a three-year, entry-level deal with a $525k cap number (per RDS). It is a two-way deal.