The Blackhawks acquired a legend in Marc-Andre Fleury for a minor league fourth liner. Marc-Andre Fleury will play in the Windy City. After a few tense days, Fleury has cleared the air and confirmed that he will play in 2021-22, making the trade with the Golden Knights potentially the fleece of the offseason.
The Chicago Blackhawks find themselves out of their rebuild a year after announcing it. The fans had been anticipating their rebuild for years as their lack of playoff success after their 2015 cup victory signaled it.
The Chicago Blackhawks were busy in this year’s trade deadline, making a handful of moves two of which included letting go of a pair of forwards in David Kampf and Vinnie Hinostroza as they both will look to continue their hockey careers elsewhere.
The Blackhawks renovated their defense this past offseason, but something still stands out as a problem. The Blackhawks are down the right path: acquiring a (hopeful) elite defenseman via trade-in Seth Jones, and adding another professional defenseman for the second pair in Jake McCabe.
The Chicago Blackhawks had to say goodbye to a handful of players when they started free agency on Wednesday. More so than in years past, I think the moves the team made shocked fans around the fanbase as some of these moves came out of nowhere.
The frenzied first day of NHL free agency has arrived, and the Blackhawks have added a big-bodied forward to their roster. Amidst a flurry of other moves, the Blackhawks have signed free agent left winger Jujhar Khaira to a two-year contract with an average annual value of $975,000.
The Chicago Blackhawks have signed defenseman Jake McCabe to a four-year, $16 million contract. McCabe goes to Chicago after spending his entire eight-year career to this point with the Buffalo Sabres.
The Chicago Blackhawks have confirmed they have made a trade just as NHL free agency opened up on Wednesday. They announced on their social media pages, we have acquired a 2022 third-round pick (Toronto’s pick) from Calgary in exchange for defenseman Nikita Zadorov.
The Chicago Blackhawks have landed their primary target for a defenseman just prior to the NHL Entry Draft on Friday night. They’re also paying handsomely to keep him a part of the fold over the next eight or nine seasons.