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Alex DeBrincat, Richard Panik, Nick Schmaltz and Jan Rutta are among those stepping up early on.
Alex DeBrincat, the fourth line, the final two defensemen spots and the backup goalie situation are storylines to follow.
It could be a pretty quiet trade deadline for the Blackhawks, and that’s not necessarily bad.
Panarin agreed to a two-year extension, but the $6 million annually will add to the team’s salary cap crunch.
The Blackhawks are off to a strong start, and Jay Zawaski is here to take your questions.
The next generation of Blackhawks is finally in Chicago.
The Hawks have several roster positions to solidify and many candidates to fill those slots.
Shopping Teuvo Teravainen to keep Andrew Shaw seemed reasonable, but cutting both loose is questionable.
Teravainen was surprisingly traded to the Hurricanes last week in a deal to unload Bryan Bickell’s $4-million salary.
Parting with Teuvo Teravainen is a perplexing move and a really high price to pay to dump Bryan Bickell’s contract.
It’d be hard to part with Artem Anisimov given his success, but it would make the Blackhawks a deeper team.
Michal Kempny projects to be the Blackhawks’ fourth or fifth defenseman.
Who will the new faces be on the Blackhawks next season?
Can the Hawks control the puck? Can the Blues keep their heads?
Joel Quenneville seems to be playing favorites again.
GM Stan Bowman’s going to have to work the phones for a trade this summer.
Scott Darling struggled in a 4-2 loss to the Bruins.
As they have been so often, Patrick Kane and Artemi Panarin were deadly on the second line.
Blackhawks-Capitals — perhaps a preview of the Stanley Cup Final — didn’t disappoint.
Blackhawks GM Bowman is owning the NHL trade deadline.