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A lot has been said about the players coming into Chicago, but the players leaving Chicago were favorites to many fans. Let’s look at where the now-former-Blackhawks have landed for the 2011-12 season.
The Chicago Blackhawks have traded Troy Brouwer, who is still a restricted free agent, to the Washington Capitals for the 26th overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft. The Blackhawks now own two first round picks.
TSN’s Bob McKenzie tweeted late Sunday night that he had heard the NHL will raise the salary cap to $64M for the 2011-12 season. This is outstanding news for the Blackhawks, and now we can look to the summer with … Continue reading
With the news of Corey Crawford signing with the Blackhawks for three more years, it’s time to take an updated look forward at the salary cap situation for the Hawks. As we’ve done four times before, let’s look at what … Continue reading
The Blackhawks announced yesterday that forward Troy Brouwer had surgery when the season ended. “Troy Brouwer underwent surgery on Tuesday to repair a right shoulder labral tear which had been symptomatic intermittently throughout the season. The surgery went very well … Continue reading
Now that the season has ended, and the lockers have been cleared out, we’ll look back at the season that was and grade the players on the 2010-11 Chicago Blackhawks. In our first edition of the season grades, we looked at … Continue reading
After getting manhandled for much of the regular season and throughout the playoffs against Vancouver, it’s a safe assumption that the Chicago Blackhawks will go shopping for a physical presence this summer. And the perfect player just happens to be … Continue reading
Now that the Blackhawks’ season has come to a close, the questions – and blaming – have started as fans look towards next year. First of all, it’s going to be OK in Chicago. They have plenty of talent on … Continue reading
It’s been 10 months since the Blackhawks traded Kris Versteeg to the Toronto Maple Leafs, and neither team got what they had hoped for at the NHL this season. Viktor Stalberg has been underwhelming in Chicago, and Toronto ended up … Continue reading
Let’s not waste time with the box score. Kevin Bieksa should have received aninstigator penalty for jumping Viktor Stalberg in the final five minutes of the game. And Raffi Torres, who the NHL decided didn’t need to be suspended again, … Continue reading