Blackhawks Sign Alex Broadhurst

On  Friday, the Chicago Blackhawks agreed to terms with forward Alex Broadhurst on a three-year entry-level contract.

Broadhurst, a New Lenox native, played the 2012-13 season with the London Knights of the OHL. He posted 63 points (23 goals, 40 assists) and was plus-30 in 65 regular season games, followed by a stellar postseason that included 28 points (10 goals, 18 assists) in 21 playoff games.

The Hawks selected Broadhurst in the 7th round (199th overall) in the 2011 Draft.

5 thoughts on “Blackhawks Sign Alex Broadhurst

  • May 31, 2013 at 5:28 pm

    Thanks Tab…when I first thought of the Broadhurst’s I thought Bowman drafted one late and signed the other as an UDFA as some sort of a publicity stunt as they were both local boys and life long Hawks fans…but was I ever wrong. Both can flat out play.

    Terry showed he’s already a good Rockford forward and I have no doubt that Alex will as well. They are smart players, that are physical and shy away from nothing. Great kids with great attitudes, and I think they have a future with the Hawks. Yet another stellar draft pick by Bowman (as if McNeil/Danault late in the first, Saad and Clendening in the 2nd, and Andrew Shaw in the 5th weren’t enough.

    I have said it before, but this draft has the makings to become the Hawks best of all time…unreal work by Bowman and company.

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