Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports The Blackhawks are committed to “expand awareness of Black Hawk and the important contributions of all Native American people.” The Chicago Blackhawks will keep their name and logo, but are committed to “expand awareness” of Native American people.
The Blackhawks released a team statement on Tuesday standing by their name and logo, and are committed to "raising the bar even higher to expand awareness of Black Hawk and the important contributions of all Native American people."
Stan Bowman has been under immense pressure to turn things around for this Chicago Blackhawks franchise, making a multitude of moves along the way. On July 14, 2009, Stan Bowman was named the General Manager for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The 23-year-old scored at least 25 points in each of his three seasons at Wisconsin. The Blackhawks have added another defenseman to their prospect pool by signing Wyatt Kalynuk, reports Mark Lazerus of The Athletic.
According to a report from The Athletic on Saturday, Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook is making a run at returning for the team's July 13 training camp and the NHL's 24-team playoff format beginning August 1.
Drake Caggiula might not be the best goal scorer on the Chicago Blackhawks but he finds a way to make an impact on the roster none the less. However, it is still up in the air on whether or not Caggiula will be back for next season.
One interesting twist for the return to play is the potential for expanded rosters for the Chicago Blackhawks. There has been talking of expanding rosters to 28 players, and Chicago Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton will likely appreciate that.
Greetings Chicago Blackhawks’ fans! So much has been happening in the hockey world this past week! While July 1 is normally the first day of free agency, that was postponed this year due to the NHL pause and COVID-19.