There are many trades that the Chicago Blackhawks have made. Some have made big noise around the league just by the magnitude of it. For every Artemi Panarin and Niklas Hjalmarsson-esque trade, there are some that are more covert.
Photo by Bill Smith/NHLI via Getty Images How would you assemble Chicago’s power play and penalty kill units? The fourth installment of Second City Hockey’s all-2010s lineup challenge focuses on special teams, with each writer selecting two power play and penalty kill units.
Working on a totally different project, I wandered over to the 2012 NHL Draft and was immediately caught off guard by the number of players from that draft class who have, at some point, been part of the Blackhawks organization.
The NHL’s salary cap will likely be affected by the shutdown, but in what way isn’t clear. With players to re-sign, the Chicago Blackhawks must be prepared Before the season was put on hold, expectations were that the salary cap would be going up next year.
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was a guest on Friday's episode of former Hawk John Scott's "Dropping the Gloves" podcast and freely spoke on a variety of topics, one of which was how the NHL pause unfolded and how he's passing the time.
One of the worst trades in NHL history was when the Chicago Blackhawks traded Phil Esposito to the Bruins. The Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins have had a historic rivalry dating back to the beginning of the NHL.
In the latest Hawks Rewind, the Blackhawks rolled past the Canucks 5-2 in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead in the Western Conference semifinals. Here are three things Insider Charlie Roumeliotis noticed in the win.
If you haven’t noticed, the Chicago Blackhawks are getting younger and younger. Call it a soft rebuild if you’d like, or a retooling. While a small core group is still there, a new generation of younger blood is being built around them.
Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports The donation is being made through the Jonathan Toews Foundation. Jonathan Toews is giving back. The Blackhawks captain donated $100,000 through his foundation to the Chicago Community COVID-19 Response Fund, according to Emily Kaplan of ESPN.