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  • Johns hoping to make impact at Hawks camp Jul 17, 2014 4:33 PM
    If there can actually be a veteran at Blackhawks Prospects Camp, defenseman Stephen Johns would have to be considered one, what with this being his fifth time around.

     
  • Must be great to be young faces of the Blackhawks Jul 16, 2014 9:33 PM
    Judging by the Jonathan Toews/Patrick Kane news conference, it's great to be young and a Blackhawk these days. They're healthy wealthy and should contend for Stanley Cups the next decade or so.

     
  • Blackhawks' Toews, Kane more than teammates Jul 17, 2014 5:12 AM
    Wednesday afternoon at the United Center, where the two were part of a press conference formally announcing their identical 8-year, $84 million contract extensions, something seemed a little different when Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane spoke of one another. “I’m humbled to be up here alongside one of the greatest players in the league today, and, I think, the greatest leader in the NHL,” Kane said of Toews.

     
  • Top Hawks prospect Hartman learning by experience Jul 16, 2014 12:48 PM
    Ryan Hartman has been a man on the move lately. For the native of West Dundee, whose family recently relocated to Naperville while he himself has set up shop in Lincoln Park, it's been a whirlwind year or so. “It's nice to see the guys and the coaching staff and be around the organization and wearing the Blackhawks sweater,” the 20-year-old forward said. “It's good to be here and around all of the guys.”

     
  • Blackhawks defenseman Clendening ready, willing and able Jul 15, 2014 1:25 PM
    Mention the next Blackhawks defenseman destined to come up through the ranks and find a spot with the big club, and the one name that always pops up is that of Adam Clendening. “Personally, yeah, I do (think I'm ready),” Clendening said at Hawks' Prospect Camp. “I've played two years in the American League and that time there has really helped me; worked on my defensive side of the puck and got to play against the other team's best players for two years and some of those guys are now playing in the NHL."

     
  • Hawks add Dineen to Quenneville’s staff Jul 14, 2014 12:18 PM
    The Chicago Blackhawks have hired Kevin Dineen as an assistant coach, team officials announced Monday. Dineen and Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville were teammates from 1984 to 1990 when they played for the Hartford Whalers.

     
  • No more frequent flier miles for Teravainen Jul 13, 2014 10:23 PM
    Since we last saw Teuvo Teravainen following a short stint with the Blackhawks late in the regular season, the 19-year-old has added a “couple of kilos” to his frame, got some much-needed rest after a long, long year, and probably most important, relocated to Chicago this summer to cut down on all those round-trip flights to his native Finland as he focuses on making next year’s roster.

     
  • Spellman’s Scorecard: Toews, Kane nothing but the best Jul 11, 2014 5:30 AM
    Bottom line folks: it's a great time to be a Blackhawks fan.

     
  • Who’s more valuable to Blackhawks? Toews or Kane? Jul 10, 2014 5:30 AM
    The question could be asked for decades: Who was more valuable, Stan Mikita or Bobby Hull. Now it can be asked of Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane after they signed equal contracts.

     
  • Toews, Kane agree to 8-year extensions with Blackhawks Jul 9, 2014 7:35 PM
    In the midst of the Carmelo and LeBron uncertainty, the Blackhawks quietly and efficiently went about the process of signing their two biggest stars — Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews — to eight-year contract extensions, a huge step in securing that the organization’s future may be as bright as the past few years have been. x

     
  • Spellman’s Scorecard: Offering up some sparklers for your holiday Jul 4, 2014 5:30 AM
    It's the Fourth of July, so you know there's a lot going on ... in Spellman's Scorecard.

     
  • Niskanen to Caps biggest move on busy day in NHL Jul 1, 2014 5:54 PM
    When the NHL free agent market opened Tuesday, a flurry of moves were made as teams tried to make a splash to improve their rosters and fire up their fans. Some franchises, though, stayed out of the fray and allowed other teams to perhaps overpay for the best players available.

     
  • Richards’ price right for Blackhawks Jul 1, 2014 9:33 PM
    It wasn't sexy, but the Blackhawks' signing of Brad Richards didn't cost much and he has to be an upgrade over Michal Handzus.

     
  • Richards thrilled to land with Blackhawks Jul 2, 2014 5:38 AM
    What looked like a quiet day for the Blackhawks turned into anything but when they signed Peter Regin in the afternoon and then provided some pre-Fourth of July fireworks a few hours later by announcing they had inked center Brad Richards to a one-year deal. “It's a big moment for us to be able to add someone of his caliber as a hockey player and an individual,” Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman said of Richards.

     
  • Hawks trade Bollig to create cap space Jun 28, 2014 8:18 PM
    It wasn’t the blockbuster deal that some may have been anticipating, but the Blackhawks did make a trade on Day 2 of the draft Saturday in Philadelphia, swapping rugged winger Brandon Bollig to Calgary for the Flames’ 83rd pick in the draft.

     
  • Blackhawks trade Bollig to Calgary, draft 4 more players Jun 28, 2014 12:38 PM
    The Blackhawks have traded forward Brandon Bollig to the Calgary Flames for a third-round selection in the NHL draft. Bollig agreed to a three-year contract extension in March. He had seven goals and seven assists while playing in 82 games this season, and then had an assist in 15 playoff games. The Blackhawks used the draft pick, No. 83 overall, to take forward Matheson Iacopelli.

     
  • Hawks deal, grab Schmaltz Jun 27, 2014 11:58 PM
    After missing out on Vancouver’s Ryan Kesler, the Blackhawks still ventured north of the border to acquire a center Friday. North of the Illinois border, that is. Don’t count on Nick Schmaltz providing any immediate help, however. Schmaltz became the newest member of the Blackhawks when the Western Conference finalists drafted him in the first round of the NHL draft, which is being held this weekend at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The 18-year-old center played for Green Bay of the United States Hockey League this past season, leading the Gamblers with 63 points and 45 assists in 55 regular-season games. “I couldn’t be happier,” Schmaltz told reporters after being drafted. “I grew up a Blackhawks fan my whole life, and to hear my name called was a true honor.” Schmaltz, who added that he attended two Blackhawks playoff games this past season, will attend the University of North Dakota in the fall and told reporters Friday that he likely will play 2-3 years of college hockey. If the 6-foot, 167-pounder turns out to be as good as a certain couple of other UND centers the Blackhawks have drafted, they will be beyond thrilled. Jonathan Toews and Troy Murray both played for North Dakota. The Blackhawks liked Schmaltz enough to move up seven spots to select him. Minutes before their selection, the Hawks announced a trade with San Jose, sending the Sharks the 27th and 62nd selections overall in exchange for the 20th and 179th picks. “It shows they’re confident in me,” Schmaltz said. “I’m going to do my part and show them what I got.” Schmaltz was born in Madison, Wis., and grew up in Verona, which is just one mile southwest of Madison. Schmaltz scored 18 goals, including 11 on the power play, for Green Bay last season. He also led the team with 63 penalty minutes and 140 shots on goal. He won a silver medal with the United States at the 2013 Under-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament, pacing the team with 8 points (5 goals) in five games. He also led the U.S. to a gold medal at the 2013 World Junior A Challenge, earning him tournament MVP honors with a tourney-high 12 points (4 goals) in four games. During television coverage of the draft, TSN analyst Bob McKenzie called Schmaltz an “enigmatic, talented player” with “top 10 talent” who could have been drafted anywhere from “No. 10 to No. 60.” Analyst Craig Button added Schmaltz’s game is comparable to that of Ottawa’s Jason Spezza. Schmaltz called himself a “play-making center.” While the Blackhawks wait for Schmaltz to develop, they will look elsewhere for a potential No. 2 center. They had to cross off Kesler’s name as a potential veteran to add to their mix heading into next season. Earlier Friday, Anaheim acquired the 6-2 Kesler, a former Selke Trophy winner and six-time 20-goal scorer, from Vancouver in a multiplayer trade. The draft concludes today with Rounds 2-7, starting at 9 a.m. The Blackhawks do not have a second-round pick, after trading it to Phoenix in March for David Rundblad and Mathieu Brisebois. • The Blackhawks were busy before the draft Friday tying up some of their own players. The team announced it had agreed to two-year contract extensions with forward Jeremy Morin, forward Ben Smith and backup goaltender Antti Raanta. Morin, 23, tallied 11 points (5 goals) in 24 regular-season games last year with the Blackhawks and appeared in two Stanley Cup playoff games. He also recorded 47 points (24 goals) in 47 games with the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League. Smith, who turns 26 in July, recorded career highs in nearly every statistical category last season, posting 26 points (14 goals) in 75 regular-season games. He scored 6 goals in the final 15 games of the regular season and then added 4 goals and 2 assists in 19 Stanley Cup playoff contests. Raanta, 25, posted a 13-5-4 record with a 2.71 goals-against average and .897 save percentage in 25 appearances in his rookie season.

     
  • Hawks’ Morin, Smith, Raanta agree to extensions Jun 27, 2014 3:06 PM
    On the eve of the NHL draft, the Chicago Blackhawks announced they have agreed to two-year contract extensions with forward Jeremy Morin, forward Ben Smith and backup goaltender Antti Raanta.

     
  • Panthers take Ekblad with No. 1 pick in NHL draft Jun 27, 2014 8:19 PM
    The Florida Panthers selected defenseman Aaron Ekblad with the first pick in the NHL draft Friday night. The 6-foot-4, 214-pound Ekblad played for Barrie in the Ontario Hockey League. He is the first defenseman to go No. 1 since St. Louis took Erik Johnson in 2006.

     
  • Vancouver’s Kesler lands in Anaheim, not Chicago Jun 27, 2014 6:43 PM
    Ryan Kesler didn’t want to wait around while the Vancouver Canucks rebuild. He wants to win a Stanley Cup now, and the Anaheim Ducks believe they’re on the way after landing the star center. Anaheim acquired Kesler from the Canucks on Friday in a draft-day trade for center Nick Bonino, defenseman Luca Sbisa and the 24th overall pick. The Blackhawks were said to be in the mix for Kesler right up until the end.

     
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