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The Chicago Blackhawks signed Bryan Bickell to a four-year deal reportedly worth $16 million.That's a handsome raise for a guy with just 90 points in 220 regular season games. Apparently Chicago's focused on the nine goals and 17 points he collected in 23 postseason contests. That 18.4 shooting percentage isn't likely to stick around, but he could still be fantasy-relevant if he draws high-end linemates. Rotoworld Chicago had to ship Dave Bolland, (who scored the Stanley Cup winning goal) and versatile, Michael Frolik in order to free up enough cap space for the signing. I know two Canadian clubs, Toronto Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets are happy with the Chicago Blackhawks decision. Some hockey fans would look at this and say Bryan Bickell was way overpaid. However, in my opinion, playoff performance is what really counts and this cat is built for playoff hockey. Posted by HockeyFanLand.Image Source: Jared Wickerham/Getty Images North America
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Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews is on the move.
Don’t worry Chicago hockey fans, he’s not leaving your beloved Windy City — he’s just looking for a new place to call home.
Toews is looking to sell his high-rise condo in Lakeshore East, according to the Chicago Tribune. The report indicates that Toews is under contract to sell his three-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse for...
After trading away Dave Bolland and Michael Frolik during the 2013 NHL Draft, the Chicago Blackhawks signed forward Bryan Bickell to a four-year, $16M contract. The post Blackhawks, Bryan Bickell Agree To 4-Year Deal appeared first on Committed Indians.
With the 74th overall selection in the 2013 NHL Draft, acquired from Winnipeg for Michael Frolik, the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks selected center John Hayden. Hayden, listed at 6-2 and 220 pounds, was named MVP of Team East at … Continue reading →The post 2013 NHL Draft: Chicago Blackhawks Select C John Hayden appeared first on Committed Indians.
Patrick Kane covered his infamous hockey hair on Saturday night with a Parrothead.
The Blackhawks forward appeared on stage with Jimmy Buffett on Saturday night in Chicago with the Stanley Cup in tow. Kane was wearing standard Buffett-attendee apparel: a Hawaiian shirt and Parrothead hat.
Kane walked on stage with the Cup, placed it on stage, awkwardly danced to “Margaritaville”...
With the final pick of the first round of the 2013 NHL Draft, the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks selected forward Ryan Hartman from suburban Northbrook and the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL. Hartman had 23 goals, 37 assists, 120 … Continue reading →The post 2013 NHL Draft: Chicago Blackhawks Select F Ryan Hartman appeared first on Committed Indians.
Dave Bolland's Game 6 game winner is the last goal he'll score for the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Stanley Cup champions traded Bolland to the Toronto Maple Leafs for three draft picks Sunday at the NHL draft. The Blackhawks received the 51st and 117th picks in this year's draft, and a fourth-rounder next season.
The Boston Bruins had a 2-1 lead with 2 minutes left in Game...
Chicago started out hot and never looked back en route to the Stanley Cup. Patrick Kane and company started the season 21-0-3 and cruised to a 36-7-5 finish and the President’s Trophy. Let’s put in our tape of Chelsea Dagger in and hum along as we look back at the champs’ season in fantasy hockey.
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Record: 36-7-5, 1st Central, Won Stanley Cup...
The Blackhawks made the following picks in rounds 5-7 during the 2013 NHL Draft: Round 5 - Pick 134 – Luke Johnson, F 5-11, 180 USHL Johnson is headed to North Dakota this fall after playing for Lincoln in the USHL. … Continue reading →The post 2013 NHL Draft: Blackhawks Picks In Rounds 5-7 appeared first on Committed Indians.
One of my favorite themes here at AA in the last year has been unearthing Finnish hockey calls. Why Finnish hockey calls? Because Finland, obviously. And because they're awesome. We've seen a couple throughout the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but this video from Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final may be my favorite foreign language clips in the history of this website. Six...
#Leafs acquired Mimico's David Bolland from #Blackhawks for the 51st, 117th and a fourth-round pick in 2014.
— Tim Wharnsby (@WharnsbyCBC) June 30, 2013
The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired centre Dave Bolland from the Chicago Blackhawks. In exchange, Chicago will be receiving three draft picks. Less than a week ago, Bolland scored the Cup winning goal in the Blackhawks' miraculous comeback versus the Boston Bruins in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final.The Ontario native had 14 points in 35 games with the Blackhawks last season.Related...
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The Hawks, as reported by Eklund, are close on a 3 year, rumored to be $4.5 million deal with Ray Emeryâto remain in Chicago.
I'm told the Hawk strategy going in to unrestricted free agency is to look for Michal Rozsival-like veteran players to approach them (perhaps including Rozsival) on potentially cap friendly short-term dealsâwith the...
It wouldn't be nice to say, "I told you so," so let's go with, "I'm used to it." After watching or following the draft in some form other than reading the newspaper for over a decade, I've become accustomed to witnessing a couple of shocking trades (Schneider to New Jersey, Bolland to Toronto, Clutterbuck for Niederreiter), some more pedestrian...