Simon Danis-Pepin

#48D,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 208
Born:
Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec
Draft: 2006 2nd round (61st pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Blackhawks announce plans for NHL Draft Fan Fest
    CSN Chicago

    Blackhawks announce plans for NHL Draft Fan Fest

    It’s been just over a month since the Blackhawks were eliminated from the playoffs in swift fashion. And as Patrick Kane told WGN Radio on Tuesday morning, the bitter taste hasn’t gone away. “I think a lot of us didn’t figure we’d be in the situation we’re in right now,” Kane told Steve Cochran and Dave Eanet on Tuesday. “All of us can work this offseason to get better. It’s a long time to wait to get back to that opportunity to play in the playoffs again, so we’ll have a sour taste in our mouth for a while.” The Nashville Predators, who made quick work of the Blackhawks in the first round, eliminated the Anaheim Ducks on Monday night to earn the first Stanley Cup Final appearance in franchise

  • Blackhawks' John Hayden takes Theo Epstein's 'be bold' advice to heart
    Chicago Tribune

    Blackhawks' John Hayden takes Theo Epstein's 'be bold' advice to heart

    When he addressed Yale seniors at their annual Class Day on Sunday, Cubs President Theo Epstein stressed the need for the younger generation "to be bold." Seated among the graduates was Blackhawks forward John Hayden, who took Epstein's words to heart and when the opportunity presented itself, the 22-year-old moved like the defense had parted at the blue line, swooped in and buried his shot. The prize was the Cubs hat Epstein had left on the lectern after the 1995 graduate had swapped it for a Yale cap during his speech. After accepting an award given to "the senior man who on the field of play and in life at Yale best represents the highest ideals of American sportsmanship and Yale tradition,"

  • Morning Bag Skate: 4 Blackhawks prospects advance in Memorial Cup
    Second City Hockey

    Morning Bag Skate: 4 Blackhawks prospects advance in Memorial Cup

    Blackhawks prospect Graham Knott and the Windsor Spitfires shut down the Erie Otters and Alex DeBrincat 4-2 in Tuesday’s game at the Memorial Cup. Windsor’s win automatically puts them into Sunday’s championship game after three straight wins in round robin play. Erie’s loss ends a 10-game winning streak by OHL champions at the Memorial Cup. The Otters now prepare for a semifinal matchup against the Saint John Sea Dogs and Hawks prospects Matthew Highmore and Nathan Noel on Friday. HAWKS **Hawks to pick No. 26 overall (SCH) **Hawks unveil plans for next month’s draft (Chicago Tribune) **Are 3 Cups enough for this Hawks era (SCH) **Kane says Predators sweep was ‘probably how it should’ve been’