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On Monday evening, the Blackhawks announced an agreement for veteran center Martin St. Pierre to join the Rockford IceHogs. St. Pierre, who will turn 29 in August, played in Chicago over parts of three seasons between 2005-2008. He has three goals … Continue reading →
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Welcome to Julylights, a month long series taking the top plays of the '11-'12 season and giving them to you one a day, every day of the month of July.The Chicago Blackhawks have a fast-skating, high powered offense, that can blow by defenders if they get a step on the opposing team. This is exactly what happened when winger, Patrick Kane, got around Anaheim Ducks defender...
The Chicago Blackhawks agreed Sunday to a two-year deal with defenseman Sheldon Brookbank.
''They have a lot of ''D'' here. I was told I'd be kinda five or six range,'' Brookbank said of playing time. ''I was more focused on finding an organization that wanted me and Chicago seemed like they wanted me, so hopefully it will be a good fit...
The Blackhawks have signed defenseman Sheldon Brookbank to a two-year deal. Last year in Anaheim, Brookbank posted a career-high 14 points (3 goals, 11 assists) in 80 games. He was plus-11 with 120 hits and 110 blocked shots in 15:35 … Continue reading →
St. Pierre, 28, has spent the last four seasons with 8 different teams including stints in the Boston Bruins organization as well as the Ottawa Senators. Last season Martin played for the Springfield Falcons compiling 11 goals and 53 assists in 73 games.
In 38 NHL games, St. Pierre has scored three goals and added five assists.
This year the Blackhawks are the only team without an RFA which will give them more time to focus on improving the roster with outside additions. Among the UFA list, Sean O'Donnell, Andrew Brunette, Brendan Morrison, Sami Lepisto and Cristobal Huet are all officially no longer under contract with the Blackhawks and will not return. They also did not tender qualifying offers to...
Among the plethora of respected sources that have spun the wheels on this rumor is Chris Kuc, Jesse Rogers, David Pagnotta, Rich Chere, and Michael Russo. Although the rumor has it that Chicago and New Jersey are the only candidates in the running, Russo reports that Minnesota is very much still in the mix and Pagnotta notes that the Penguins still have a legitimate shot at landing...