The Chicago Blackhawks will look to win their fourth title in seven years and second in a row in 2015-16. However, massive roster changes and the ongoing Patrick Kane saga could present a big challenge.
The Chicago Blackhawks reportedly signed veteran defenseman Brent Seabrook to an eight-year, $54.8 million contract on Saturday evening. It's a short-term gain that carries a long-term risk for the salary cap.
The Chicago Blackhawks still have a lot of work to do to get under the salary cap, but they are still finding a way to restock the cupboard and rebulid their depth. They are mastering the art of winning in the NHL salary cap era.
The Chicago Blackhawks have a chance to win their third championship in six years on Monday night when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Blackhawks have not clinched a Stanley Cup on home ice since 1938.