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Blackhawks' Philipp Kurashev: Pens one-year deal
Kurashev secured a one-year, $750,000 contract from the Blackhawks on Friday.
Kurashev set new personal bests in games played (67), assists (15) and points (21) last season. While the 22-year-old winger will likely remain in a bottom-six role this year, he should remain on at least the No. 2 power-play unit, which will no doubt bolster his offensive opportunities.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Caleb Jones: Re-ups with club
Jones inked a one-year, $1.35 million deal with Chicago on Friday.
Jones logged 51 games with the Hawks last year in which he tallied five goals, 10 assists and 57 shots while averaging 16:43 of ice time. With the departures of Erik Gustafsson and Calvin de Haan, the 25-year-old Jones should be a regular starter for the team this year, though his offensive ceiling likely remains in the 25-point range.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Kevin Korchinski: Inks entry-level deal
Korchinski signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Chicago on Wednesday.
Korchinski -- who was selected by the organization with the seventh overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft -- figures to spend another season playing in juniors, though he could be given the opportunity to join the team at training camp. Last season, with WHL Seattle, the blueliner racked up four goals and 61 assists in 67 regular-season contests before leading the Thunderbirds to the WHL Final.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Jalen Luypen: Inks entry-level deal
Luypen signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Chicago on Monday, John Matisz of The Score reports.
Luypen was a seventh-round pick in the 2021 NHL Entry draft. He produced a breakout 2021-22 campaign with 29 goals and 64 points in 66 games with WHL Edmonton. The 20-year-old winger should make the jump to AHL Rockford for the 2022-23 season.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Buddy Robinson: Signs with Chicago
Robinson signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blackhawks on Friday, PuckPedia reports.
Robinson split time between the AHL and NHL last season, notching nine points through 28 games with AHL San Diego and six points through 32 appearances with the Ducks. The 6-foot-6 forward may have a slightly larger role at the NHL level with a rebuilding Chicago team in 2022-23, but don't expect him to suddenly emerge as a viable fantasy option.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Dylan Sikura: Reunites with Chicago
Sikura signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blackhawks on Thursday.
Sikura spent most of the 2021-22 season with AHL Colorado, racking up an impressive 33 goals and 73 points through 60 contests, but he also drew into five games with the Avalanche, collecting one assist over that span. Sikura will likely once again spend most of his time in the minors in 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Luke Philp: Inks deal with Chicago
Philp signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
Philp has yet to make his NHL debut, but he took strides last season in posting 44 points in 66 games for AHL Stockton. The 26-year-old could push for a roster spot in Chicago, but it's likely he begins the year with AHL Rockford.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Brett Seney: Moving on to Chicago
Seney signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
Seney made two appearances with the Maple Leafs and racked up 17 goals and 42 assists in 62 games with AHL Toronto last year. The forward could have a chance to make the Opening Night roster for the Blackhawks, who are tearing things down to accelerate their rebuild.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Colin Blackwell: Signs two-year deal with Chicago
Blackwell signed a two-year, $2.4 million contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
Blackwell drew into 58 games split between the Kraken and the Maple Leafs last season, picking up 10 goals and 20 points over that span. If he's able to to stay healthy for a full 82-game slate, the 29-year-old forward should be able to once again pot double-digit goals while surpassing the 25-point mark.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Signs with Chicago
Stalock signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
At this point it isn't clear if Stalock will be expected to slot in as Chicago's No. 2 netminder behind Petr Mrazek. The 34-year-old netminder hasn't spent significant time in the NHL since 2019-20, when he went 20-11-4 while posting a 2.67 GAA and a .910 save percentage through 38 appearances with the Wild.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Max Domi: Signs with Blackhawks
Domi signed a one-year, $3 million contract with Chicago on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
Domi drew into 72 games split between the Blue Jackets and the Hurricanes in 2021-22, racking up 11 goals and 39 points while posting a plus-10 rating over that span. Domi will likely take on an expanded role with a Blackhawks team entering a rebuild in 2022-23, but he'll probably still hover around the 40-point mark.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Andreas Athanasiou: Signs one-year deal with Chicago
Athanasiou signed a one-year, $3 million contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
Athanasiou was limited to just 28 games in 2021-22 due to injury, picking up 11 goals and 17 points over that span. The 27-year-old forward has often been injured over the past three seasons and he'll be playing for a Blackhawks team that will likely have trouble scoring in 2022-23, so he may be a player to avoid during this year's fantasy drafts.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Dominik Kubalik: Not receiving qualifying offer
Kubalik was not given a qualifying offer from Chicago on Monday, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
As expected, Kubalik will become an unrestricted free agent Wednesday. The 26-year-old has steadily seen his offensive production drop during his three career NHL seasons; after a 46-point rookie campaign, he scored just 32 points despite a career-high 78 games played during the 2021-22 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Hitting open market
Strome did not receive a qualifiying offer from Chicago on Monday, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Strome racked up a career-high 22 goals and 48 points through 69 games last season. He also shot posted a career-best 17.5 shooting percentage on 126 shots. The 25-year-old will likely garner interest as a middle-six center this offseason.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Liam Gorman: Dealt to Chicago
Gorman's rights were traded from Pittsburgh to Chicago in exchange for a 2022 sixth-round pick Friday.
Gorman was a sixth-round selection by the Penguins in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft and has played two seasons at Princeton. Last year, he tallied six points in 28 collegiate games. Pittsburgh drafted Nolan Collins with the pick that Chicago traded for Gorman.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Aidan Thompson: Denver commit joins Blackhawks
Thompson was selected 90th overall by the Blackhawks in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.
This was a pick few could have seen coming. Already having turned 20 years of age this past February, Thompson spent this past season playing for Lincoln of the USHL, posting 24 goals and 82 points in 57 games. He was named to the USHL Second All-Star team for his efforts. Thompson has less runway available to him than most players selected in the draft due to his advanced age. He will be expected to be an immediate contributor upon heading to the University of Denver this coming fall.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Samuel Savoie: Grabbed by Blackhawks in Round 3
Savoie was selected 81st overall by the Blackhawks in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.
The Blackhawks are in total rebuild mode with their recent trades of Alex DeBrincat (Ottawa) and Kirby Dach (Montreal) and the selection of Savoie adds another long-term upside play to their prospect pool. Savoie posted just 18 goals and 33 points in 64 games for QMJHL Gatineau this past season, but he has more offensive talent than those numbers would lead you to believe. Savoie is undersized at just 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds so it's imperative he pile up the points as he moves up the ladder in the Chicago system.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Gavin Hayes: First pick of Round 3
Hayes was selected 66th overall by the Blackhawks in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.
A native of Michigan and the No. 16 overall pick in the 2020 OHL Draft, Hayes stayed home and made his debut for Flint this past season. He got progressively better as the year progressed, finishing with 19 goals and 49 points in 65 games. Hayes has excellent size at 6-foot-2, but doesn't play like a big guy at times. There can be a lack of physicality in his game, which is a shame because he has excellent hands and the ability to score in tight if he just went to the difficult areas of the ice a bit more to make a play. The good news is that Hayes unquestionably has some NHL-caliber traits to his game. Chicago will likely let him marinate in the OHL for a couple more seasons.... See More ... See Less
Blackhawks' Ryan Greene: Round 2 selection of Blackhawks
Greene was selected 57th overall by the Blackhawks in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.
The consensus is that more was expected from Greene in his second full season in the USHL. He averaged less than a point-per-game (19 goals, 51 points in 59 games) for Green Bay in addition to posting a minus-20 rating. Greene has excellent hands and solid size (6-foot-1, 175 pounds). He's particularly effective on the power play where his terrific vision can take over. On the flip side, Greene lacks breakaway speed and there are consistency issues to work through here. A native of Newfoundland, Greene passed over the opportunity to play in the QMJHL, instead committing to Boston University, where he figures to spend at least three seasons beginning this fall.... See More ... See Less
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