Ryan Miller is also reportedly on his way to Vancouver.
As free agency opens, here’s some names who could fit Chicago’s future plans.
(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. […]
In the regular season, Chicago won the statistical battle but not the majority of games against each club.
The Americans scored six goals in a 14-minute stretch in the second period.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Colorado Avalanche are dealing with injuries to key players while attempting to keep pace in the Western Conference.