Jeremy Morin was receiving little to no ice time for Chicago this season.
In typical Devils fashion, the game was anything but exciting.
Morin hasn’t appeared in a game for Chicago since Nov. 20.
A report suggests that Morin either wants to be a regular in the lineup or be traded.
Jay Zawaski shares five thoughts from the Blackhawks’ win Tuesday night.
Advanced metrics reflect well on Jeremy Morin, who now must prove himself to Joel Quenneville.
There’s just no room right now for Brandon Mashinter on a roster deep with forwards.
The Blackhawks have been wheeling and dealing this weekend.
It’s time to let the likes of Morin, Clendening or Dahlbeck to take on bigger roles.
The Blackhawks open training camp Friday at Notre Dame.
(CBS) — Friday, when the NHL announced the salary cap for the 2014-15 season would only be $69 million (instead of the expected/assumed $71 million), there was a collective gasp from fans and GMs alike. […]
Jeremy Morin is set to remain in Chicago through summer 2016.
How would you rate Chicago general manager Stan Bowman’s performance last season?
Kris Versteeg needs to stay benched, while Michal Handzus should be a specialist.
Jay Zawaski breaks down the critical individual matchups and St. Louis’ physicality.
Morin’s speed would benefit the Blackhawks against the Avalanche in the playoffs.
Teuvo Teravainen hasn’t wowed with his early play, but he’s only 19.
Patrick Kane’s regular season is over, but there’s another playmaker for Chicago fans to follow.
On Monday, the Chicago Blackhawks announced they had activated winger Bryan Bickell from injured reserve.
On Wednesday morning, the Blackhawks announced that they’ve recalled forwards Jeremy Morin and Joakim Nordstrom, and have demoted center Brandon Pirri to Rockford.