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The Hockey Writers Jul 2, 2019

Blackhawks’ Kirby Dach: Pros and Cons

After missing the playoffs for two seasons in a row, Blackhawks fans were delighted to have the third-overall pick at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Jonathan Toews was the last player the Blackhawks picked third overall, so expectations were high. Experts and fans predicted that the Blackhawks would pick Bowen Byram or Alex Turcotte, but […] The post Blackhawks’ Kirby Dach: Pros and Cons appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Jun 19, 2019

Blackhawks’ Toews: The Past, Present, and Future

The Chicago Blackhawks will have the third-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft this weekend. Speculation over this pick seems to be never-ending and it’s no secret that it’s the most important draft pick the Blackhawks will have this year. They have a history of strong third-overall picks, including current captain Jonathan Toews, who […] The post Blackhawks’ Toews: The Past, Present, and Future appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Jun 17, 2019

Penguins’ Kahun “Starts from Zero,” Rises to Challenge

Dominik Kahun spent 82 games with the Chicago Blackhawks last season, proving that rookie status didn’t affect his ability to read the ice, nor did it disqualify him from playing on lines with the likes of Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad. Instead of gearing up for his sophomore season in the red and black, Kahun […] The post Penguins’ Kahun “Starts from Zero,” Rises to Challenge appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Second City Hockey Jun 16, 2019
What Stan Bowman’s draft history might show about Blackhawks’ 2019 NHL draft plans

What Stan Bowman’s draft history might show about Blackhawks’ 2019 NHL draft plans

Based on past trends and prospect rankings, we can narrow down the types of players Chicago might consider. Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman will be busy later this month at the NHL draft in Vancouver. Bowman will have six picks, including two in the fourth round, but none is more important than the No. 3 overall pick. It’s the highest the Blackhawks will pick since the 2006 draft in Vancouver, where they selected captain Jonathan Toews. No pressure, right? Being able to accurately project which players the Blackhawks will draft with their seven selections, assuming they keep them...

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