As the NHL becomes less about size and more about speed, players 5-9 and shorter are making a big impact.
Whether you’re drafted, undrafted, college-bound or CHL-bound, there’s no one way to succeed in hockey.
Despite offseason surgery, 20-year-old Fortin hopes to be 100 percent by training camp.
Veteran defenseman drew interest from NHL teams, but the Hawks weren’t among them.
Eight players from last year’s prospects camp played for the Hawks last season.
Veteran defenseman will join the Hawks’ business operations department.
The reigning OHL player of the year had 65 goals in 63 games last season.
After two straight first-round exits, the pressure is on Stan Bowman and Joel Quenneville.
Blackhawks center’s $3.08 million cap hit was too high for team to carry.
Stan Bowman has been collecting fourth-liners over the last couple of weeks, but quantity doesn’t always mean quality.