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Blackhawks prospects that are playing in juniors and in Europe are already into their regular season(s). Here’s an update of how some of those prospects are doing.
On Wednesday, Hockey Prospectus published their top 100 rankings. The Blackhawks were fairly well represented on the list. Here’s a look at where the Hawks top prospects landed on the list: 11. Teuvo Teravainen, LW 30. Brandon Saad, LW 50. … Continue reading
A great deal of speculation swirled around the NHL Draft this weekend in Pittsburgh regarding Niklas Hjalmarsson’s future with the Blackhawks organization. Reports indicate that Chicago is shopping both Hjalmarsson and Steve Montador (while he recovers from a concussion). While … Continue reading
In one playoff series in the Ontario Hockey League, two of the Blackhawks top prospects are making a strong statement.
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
The Blackhawks have assigned forward Mark McNeill, their first selection (18th overall) in the 2011 Draft, to Rockford. McNeill, 19, signed his three-year, entry-level contract with the Hawks on Jan. 2, 2012. In 67 games with Prince Albert in the WHL, McNeill had 17 multi-point games, including two … Continue reading
A couple weeks ago we looked back at how Blackhawks prospects performed for various college programs this season. Over the weekend, the regular seasons ended for junior leagues all over the continent. Let’s take a look at how the season … 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.