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
  • Hurricanes give GM Ron Francis extension through 2018-19 season
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    Hurricanes give GM Ron Francis extension through 2018-19 season

    Despite their last Stanley Cup Playoff appearance and win occurring in May 2009, the Carolina Hurricanes have made changes that have them back on track for a return trip to the postseason. The man playing architect of the Canes’ rebuild is general manager Ron Francis, who was handed a contract extension by the organization on Tuesday that will keep him there through the 2018-19 NHL season. “Ron has rebuilt our organization the right way, stocking our team and system with young players who will help this franchise compete for the Stanley Cup year in and year out,” said Peter Karmanos Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Owner and Governor of the Hurricanes.

  • Why won’t the NHL close Coyotes’ salary cap loophole?
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    Why won’t the NHL close Coyotes’ salary cap loophole?

    Chicago Blackhawks’ Dave Bolland celebrates with the Stanley Cup after the Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of their NHL Stanley Cup Finals hockey series in Boston, Massachusetts, June 24, 2013. What if I told you that your team could have two Hall of Famers and a former Stanley Cup champion for $1.675 million in total combined salary? Granted, they have a combined cap hit of nearly $18 million, but that’s OK: Your team is basically laying on the salary cap floor, staring at the ceiling.

  • Former Hawks defenseman Adrian Aucoin, wife sell Hinsdale house for $2.9M
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    Former Hawks defenseman Adrian Aucoin, wife sell Hinsdale house for $2.9M

    Former Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Adrian Aucoin and his wife, Caroline, on Aug. 3 sold a five-bedroom newly built house in Hinsdale for $2.875 million. During a 17-year National Hockey League career, Aucoin skated for the Blackhawks from 2005 until 2007. Now 43, he works in player development for the Blackhawks. The Aucoins paid $1.2 million in mid-2014 to buy the land that holds the house they just sold. The home they had built has an octagonal cupola, board and batten siding, a cedar shake roof, 6-1/2 baths, 10-foot ceilings on the first floor, 9-foot ceilings on the second floor, a study, a sunroom and a lower level with an entertainment room, an exercise room and a sports bar. Outside