Blackhawks Sign 3 PlayersChicago signed Michal Kempny, Lars Johansson and Martin Lundberg to one-year deals.
Zawaski: Bowman Upgrades Blackhawks Defense With Another International SigningMichal Kempny projects to be the Blackhawks' fourth or fifth defenseman.
Report: Blackhawks Agree To Deal With Defenseman Michal KempnyThe 25-year-old Kempny has a chance to win a regular spot on Chicago's blue line.
Zawaski's Mailbag: What's On Blackhawks' Offseason To-Do List?Who will the new faces be on the Blackhawks next season?
Blackhawks Sign Defenseman Gustav Forsling To 3-Year DealThe 19-year-old Forsling played in the Swedish Hockey League last season.
Patrick Kane Named Finalist For Hart TrophyJamie Benn of the Dallas Stars and Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins are the other finalists to be the league MVP.
Blackhawks' Artem Anisimov Undergoes Wrist SurgeryAnisimov's expected to return to full hockey activities in six to eight weeks.
Blackhawks Sign Forward Luke Johnson To 3-Year DealJohnson helped lead the University of North Dakota to the national championship last season.
Andrew Shaw Wants To Be Back With Blackhawks, Understands It Might Not Be PossibleThe 2016-'17 salary cap figure will largely determine whether the Blackhawks have the money to bring back Shaw.
Baffoe: That Wasn't The Blackhawks' ScriptThe postseason exit at the hands of the Blues feels surreal, because that's not how it usually goes down.
Schuster: Blackhawks Face Tough Challenge Of Building Deeper TeamAn early postseason exit leaves more time to mull the future.
The Bernstein Brief: Uncomfortable Blackhawks Season EndsAs an organization, the Blackhawks were exposed as insensitive and/or unaware too often this season.