Chicago Blackhawks

3rd Central | 0-0
  • Goals For
    234 GF
  • Goals Against
    207 GA
  • Power Play %
    22.6 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    80.3 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    611 PIM
  • Who might be the next Artemi Panarin?
    ProHockeyTalk

    Who might be the next Artemi Panarin?

    Even in an information age where boundless information lies a few clicks away, talented players slip through the cracks. Jamie Benn won the Art Ross in 2014-15 and came in second place last season, yet 128 players were selected before him in 2007. No-brainer Vezina Trophy-winner Braden Holtby was selected in the fourth round. We haven’t even covered quality players who weren’t even drafted. Artemi Panarin stands as an especially mind-blowing example. He went from undrafted free agent to the 2016 Calder Trophy winner after developing – and eventually breaking through – overseas. As we learned from Vladimir Tarasenko‘s recommendations to the Blues, Panarin was readily available in the summer of

  • Chicago Blackhawks Strikeout With Off-Season Depth Additions
    The Hockey Writers

    Chicago Blackhawks Strikeout With Off-Season Depth Additions

    While Jimmy Vesey’s highly-anticipated decision to sign with the Rangers has taken up most of the free agency news in the NHL over the past two weeks, two other notable deals occurred this week that could end up paying huge dividends for the teams that pulled them off. And while the free agent pursuits of Jiri Hudler and Brandon Pirri didn’t warrant national press coverage and recruiting sessions with Patrick Kane, the veterans could still end up being two of the most productive free agent signings of this offseason. While 29 teams out there were disappointed with being unable to land Vesey, there should be just as many questioning why they didn’t move sooner to lock up Hudler and Pirri, especially

  • MHH Previews the Lesser 29: Chicago
    Mile High Hockey

    MHH Previews the Lesser 29: Chicago

    Their head coach: Joel Quenville, who the former Avs management decided in 2008 didn't have the tools necessary to make it as a head coach in the NHL. Since then, Quenville has won the Stanley Cup on three separate occasions as head coach of the Blackhawks. Good move, guys. Quenville does have lots of Colorado ties, as he was an assistant coach when Colorado won its first Stanley Cup in 1996. He also played for the old Colorado Rockies for three seasons from 1980 to 1982, and was with the franchise one more season after its move to New Jersey in becoming the Devils of present day. Their captain: Jonathan Toews, arguably the best leader in all of hockey. Toews also has some Colorado connections,