Blackhawks Recall Dylan Olsen, Place Steve Montador On IR

Before Friday night’s game in San Jose, the Blackhawks made a change to their roster. Dylan Olsen, the top blue line prospect in the organization, was recalled from Rockford and Steve Montador was placed on IR with an upper-body injury.

Olsen, 21, made his NHL debut on Jan. 5 this season. In two games with the Hawks, he was credited with five hits and one blocked shot, while putting four shots on net.

Simon Danis-Pepin was recalled to Rockford to replace Olsen in the lineup tonight for the IceHogs.

5 thoughts on “Blackhawks Recall Dylan Olsen, Place Steve Montador On IR

  • February 10, 2012 at 12:38 pm
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    Now lets keep him here! Dump Lepisto, and let OD only play to give guys days off when needed.

  • February 10, 2012 at 1:26 pm
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    Speaks volumes on where Lepisto stands with this team. His legacy will be put beside such players such as Tony Salmelainen.

  • February 10, 2012 at 8:00 pm
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    Finally!!!

    The tug of war between Coach Q and Bowman over Lepisto. Basically playing 5 deep, besides occasionally putting Scott on the ice for a 4-5 minutes every few games, as an intimidating presence (other teams get much less froggy with Scott in the lineup). OD has stepped up recently , but god did we need another Dman

    It took Monty getting hurt. I’m hoping Olsen puts a spark in the team like Shaw and Hayes just did when they first came up.

  • February 11, 2012 at 8:41 am
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    OD needs to stay in Rockford for now. He needs playing minutes. So does Hayes, Smith and Shaw. They come on the scene with a burst but as you see their star fades pretty quickly. Other teams start to match up against them more effectively. Leave these guys down for now. Rent a few players at deadline without giving away the farm. Lick our wounds…..we will be back.

  • February 11, 2012 at 8:42 am
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    Even Leddy could use some time in Rockford. He is overmatched playing top 4 minutes at this point in his career.

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