Blackhawks Draft LW Graham Knott In 2nd Round Of NHL DraftThe Blackhawks added seven new players in the draft.
Canucks Trade Kesler To DucksA potential Blackhawks trade target has been moved elsewhere.
Blackhawks Draft West Dundee Native Ryan Hartman In First RoundThe Chicago Blackhawks selected West Dundee native Ryan Hartman in the first round (30th overall) of the 2013 NHL Draft.
Zawaski: Blackhawks Add Skill, Grit Through 2012 NHL DraftFriday and Saturday, the NHL held it's annual entry draft in Pittsburgh, PA. The Blackhawks made eight selections over the seven rounds. Here's a look at who they picked, and how they might project for the team in the future.
Blackhawks Take Defenseman Fournier In 2nd RoundThe Chicago Blackhawks have selected Canadian defenseman Dillon Fournier in the second round of the NHL draft, making him the 48th overall pick.
Blackhawks Prospect Camp To Include Five 2011 Draft PicksThe Chicago Blackhawks announced the 2011 Prospect Camp roster on Tuesday. The highlights include five picks from this year's NHL Draft.
Former Blackhawk Kopecky Signs With Panthers For Four Years, $12 MillionThe Florida Panthers and general manager Dale Tallon acquired Tomas Kopecky's rights from the Chicago Blackhawks during the NHL Entry Draft on June 27. On Wednesday, the Panthers signed him to a four-year contract.
Olczyk: Campbell Was A 'Serviceable' Fifth Defenseman The Chicago Blackhawks made headlines during the NHL Entry Draft on Friday night, but not for players that they added to the roster.
Blackhawks Trade Brouwer, Campbell In Draft Day DealsThe Blackhawks pulled off two major trades--involving defenseman Brian Campbell and winger Troy Brouwer--in a night of dealing during the NHL draft.
Dorfman: June 22nd – A Day That Turned Chicago Fortunes AroundAt first glance, June 22 may not stick out as one of the most important dates in Chicago sports history. Those are reserved for days like January 26, 1986, when the Bears destroyed the Patriots in Super Bowl XX.
Tallon: Blackhawks Knew Exactly What Toews Would BeWhen the Chicago Blackhawks selected a center from the University of North Dakota with the third overall pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, they knew exactly what they were getting.