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Per the Chicago Blackhawks:
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have agreed to terms with forward Teuvo Teravainen (TAY-vo tair-uh-VIGH-nen), the team’s first-round choice (18th overall) in the 2012 National Hockey League Entry Draft, on a three-year contract.
Teravainen, 18, ranked fifth on SM-liiga’s Jokerit with a career-high 31 points (13G, 18A) in 44 regular-season games in 2012-13 and added two points (1G, 1A) in six postseason appearances. The Helsinki, Finland, native was honored as the league’s Rookie of the Year in 2011-12 after posting 18 points (11G, 7A) in 40 regular-season games and sharing second on the club with six points (2G, 4A) in nine playoff tilts. He tallied 40 points (15G, 25A) in 37 regular-season games and seven points (2G, 5A) in 10 postseason contests with Jokerit’s U20 team from 2010-2012.
Tervainen ranked fourth at the 2013 U20 World Championship with 11 points (5G, 6A) in six games and shared sixth with a plus-6 rating. He rec...
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The Chicago Blackhawks locked in some of their future when they agreed to terms with forward Teuvo Teravainen on a three-year contract Thursday.
The 18-year-old Teravainen was the Hawks' first-round selection (18th overall) in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He had 13 goals and 18 assists in 44 regular-season games with SM-liiga’s Jokerit of the Finnish League last season. The Helsinki...
On Thursday afternoon, the Blackhawks announced that the organization has agreed on a three-year, entry level contract with 2012 first round draft pick Teuvo Teräväinen. Teräväinen, who will turn 19 on Sept. 11, was dominant at the USA Hockey National Junior … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Sign Teuvo Teräväinen appeared first on Committed Indians.
Chicago Blackhawks prospect Teuvo Teravainen is ready to play in the NHL not just ready to star in it his agent said on Friday.
The Blackhawks announced Thursday they had signed the 18-year-old forward to a three-year entry-level deal. Teravainen was selected by the Blackhawks as the No. 18 overall pick of the 2012 draft.
"He can play in the NHL right now" said Teravainen...
On Thursday afternoon the Blackhawks announced their roster for the 2013 Rookie Tournament at Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario. Also participating in that tournament, which runs from Sept. 5-8, will be prospects from the Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Announce Roster for 2013 Rookie Tournament appeared first on...
I found this article in the Chicago Tribune and I think it brings up an interesting point. I have often wondered if NHL players are using PEDS as well. With the trouble that Major League Baseball is currently happening, it’s only a matter of time before the finger will be pointed at the National Hockey League. Thoughts?
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The Hawks made a couple of announcements yesterday.
The first is the signing of 2012 first round pick Teuvo Teravainen to a 3 year ELC.
If there is a bright shining star on the Hawks' horizon it is the 19 year old Finnish C/W. Teravainen possesses all the tools you want in a top 6 forward: vision, hands, shot, passing, 360 degree skating...
Overview: This may seem familiar: a Finnish netminder with untapped skill suddenly shocks NHL teams to the point that every team wants a piece of him. Does this remind you of, oh, Antti Niemi, the other Finnish goaltender sourced out by the Chicago Blackhawks? Antti Raanta is looking to do just that once again, and the Blackhawks feel high enough [...]
The Chicago Blackhawks had already informed the public that their single-game ticket prices would be going up prior to the team's second Stanley Cup championship, and today, the Chicago Tribune's Brian Hamilton reports that the team's introducing a tiered "premium pricing" system as well:
The Blackhawks confirmed to the Tribune that they have increased...
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Was this really necessary?
I don't know. But probably just as necessary as my filling up another blog here in the Dog Days with Marcus Kruger/Marian Hossa/Niklas Hjalmarsson Man Love.
Engels has weighed in. Yost has. Tessier. And now, I will provide my slightly different insight. I'm not going to tell you how to become a blogger, cast aspersions...
I have always been a big fan of "Who's Better" comparisons between two great players. It was always my favorite feature in Hockey Digest during the 1970s and 1980s and I also enjoy the ones that TSN and others have done. So I thought it would fun to periodically do a HockeyBuzz version of it.
In the first installment, we'll pit Chicago's Jonathan Toews head...