Chicago Blackhawks Future Friday: Nick Schmaltz

Waiting Game Ends For Nick Schmaltz, Chicago Blackhawks It’s been a long two years between the Chicago Blackhawks drafting forward Nick Schmaltz and the Blackhawks signing Schmaltz. June 27, 2014, to June 20, 2016, was a long “if and when” time period for the Blackhawks organization, its fans and Schmaltz’s camp to wait for an […] Chicago Blackhawks Future Friday: Nick...
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WATCH: SNC: Hawks re-sign Rozsival and Mashinter

The Blackhawks have re-signed Michal Rozsival and Brandon Mashinter to one-year deals.
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Brian Campbell, Blackhawks closing in on 1-year contract, per report

Soupy is reportedly coming back to Chicago. Free agent defenseman Brian Campbell has "made his decision" and will return to the Chicago Blackhawks, reports ESPN's Pierre LeBrun. The deal is expected to be for one year and around $2 million in base salary, with additional performance-related bonuses included. The deal won't be official until later Friday when free agency opens starting...
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Sports Business Minute: Blackhawks balancing salary cap

The Blackhawks are entering another offseason in which they'll try to juggle the salary cap as best they can.
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Blackhawks agree to 1-year deals with Rozsival, Mashinter

CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Blackhawks have agreed to one-year contracts with veteran defenseman Michal Rozsival and forward Brandon Mashinter. The 37-year-old Rozsival had a goal and 12 assists last season - his fourth with the Blackhawks and 15th in the NHL. The 27-year-old Mashinter, an enforcer, had four goals and an assist in his first season with Chicago. He played parts of...
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Blackhawks depth chart 2016: A living projection of the roster and salary cap books

Keep updated on how Chicago's 2016-17 roster is stacking up with our constantly updating depth chart and salary cap projections. With the conclusion of the 2015-16 NHL season, the league finally turns its attention fully towards the offseason. You know what that means: rosterbating. The Blackhawks should, once again, look rather different by October than they did just a couple months...
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Chicago Blackhawks: AHLers Will Be Key In 2016-17

Tanner Kero Could Be Important To The 2016-17 Chicago Blackhawks With the Chicago Blackhawks still having $6,390,706 left in cap space, General Manager Stan Bowman declared they no longer have a salary cap problem but they have a have depth problem. Remember last season when only the Blackhawks only had one line that could score […] Chicago Blackhawks: AHLers Will Be Key In 2016...
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WATCH: Krys: I'm really happy to go to Chicago

Alex DeBrincat and Chad Krys talk about being selected by the Blackhawks in the 2016 NHL Draft on Saturday.
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WATCH: Shaw: 'I loved being in Chicago'

Andrew Shaw talks about being traded to the Canadiens after five seasons with the Blackhawks.
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Chicago Blackhawks Select Jake Ryczek

With the 203rd overall selection in the 2016 NHL Draft, the Chicago Blackhawks picked defenseman Jake Ryczek. Ryczek is listed at 5-10 and 165 points. The 18-year-old spent the last three seasons in the USHL and will attend Providence College next season. He combined for 34 points (seven goals, 27 assists) in 47 games between […] The post Chicago Blackhawks Select Jake Ryczek appeared...
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Chicago Blackhawks Select Wouter Peeters

With the 83rd overall selection in the third round of the 2016 NHL Draft, the Chicago Blackhawks selected German goaltender Wouter Peeters. Peeters is listed at 6-4 and 208 pounds and turns 18 on July 31. He will join Jokerit of the KHL for the 2016-17 season. The post Chicago Blackhawks Select Wouter Peeters appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Chicago Blackhawks Select Artur Kayumov

With the 50th overall selection in the 2016 NHL Draft, the Blackhawks selected Russian forward Artur Kayumov. Listed at 5-10 and only 154 pounds, Kayamov posted two goals and four assists on Russia’s U18 team at this year’s Hlinka Memorial Tournament. The post Chicago Blackhawks Select Artur Kayumov appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Patrick Kane becomes first American-born NHL player to win MVP

LAS VEGAS -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane has won the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player, becoming the first American to win the award.The NHL's scoring champion is the first Chicago player to take home the Hart since Stan Mikita in 1968.Earlier in the night, Kane won the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL's outstanding player selected by his fellow players. He also...
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Blackhawks F Panarin wins Calder Trophy

Artemi Panarin of the Chicago Blackhawks claimed the Calder Trophy as the top rookie at the NHL Awards show in Las Vegas on Wednesday night. The 24-year-old Russian forward beat out Philadelphia's Shayne Gostisbehere and Edmonton's Connor McDavid, who finished third in the voting. Panarin scored 77 points in 80 games during his debut season in North America, leading all rookies...
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Chicago Blackhawks: Teravainen trade necessary but dangerous

The Chicago Blackhawks and the Carolina Hurricanes broke ground on the 2016 offseason on Wednesday, June 15. The Hawks sent Teuvo Teravainen and Bryan Bickell to Carolina in exchange for a second round pick in this year’s draft as well as a third rounder in 2017. The second round pick, number 50 overall, will be Chicago’s highest pick in the draft next week if they don’t make...
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Will the Teuvo Teravainen trade benefit the Chicago Blackhawks?

The Chicago Blackhawks made a move this week, trading Bryan Bickell and Teuvo Teravainen to the Carolina Hurricanes. In return, the Hurricanes gave up a 2016 second round draft pick and a 2017 third round draft pick. While the main idea of the trade was to dump Bickell’s $4 million per year contract, most fans are more rocked by the fact that Teravainen was traded. At the young...
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