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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
Happy 2013! As we begin the new calendar year, here’s a look back at how some of the Blackhawks’ top prospects are performing in their respective leagues this year.
Since our last update(s), Hawks prospects have been honored by a few leagues. Kyle Beach was named the AHL Player of the Week, and Mark McNeill earned WHL Player of the Week honors. Some later round draft picks from recent … Continue reading
Here are updates on some of the Blackhawks top prospects that aren’t skating in Rockford.
There will be no hockey until December (at least). So, here are late-October updates on some of the Blackhawks’ top prospects. Why? Because they’re actually playing hockey right now.
On Friday, the NHL cancelled more games (this time thru Nov. 1). So, with the exception of the charity game on Oct. 26, there will be no action from the big boys for at least a couple more weeks. With … 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
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.