After playing in five games with the Hawks last season, the prolific Northeastern grad is aiming for a top-six role.
Taken in the first round, but after Adam Boqvist, Beaudin has been impressive through the first two games of the prospect tournament.
Big winger’s breakout performance during the IceHogs’ playoff run last spring has him eyeing a top-six role with the Blackhawks.
The 2017 first-round pick hopes to pull off what Boston’s Charlie McAvoy did, breaking into the NHL as a 19-year-old.
Blackhawks’ top prospects will get a head start on the rest of the team as they play in Traverse City tournament this weekend.
Blackhawks center Nick Schmaltz knows he has to improve his shot and his performance at the dot but is poised to improve on a breakout campaign.
Coming off the first losing season of his 21-year career, Quenneville’s job might be in jeopardy if the Hawks get off to a slow start.
While Stan Bowman and Joel Quenneville have said they expect him to be ready for camp, Crawford was more cautious, saying it was ‘‘very possible.’’
Rocky Wirtz insists he wasn’t sending a message that Stan Bowman or Joel Quenneville were on the hot seat, preaches patience
Trading Marian Hossa was necessary, but difficult for Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman from a ‘sentimental perspective.’
With four high-end defensemen picked in the last two years, other Hawks blue-line prospects know the time is now to separate themselves from the pack.
Unpredictable playoffs served as a reminder to the Hawks’ captain that if you can ‘sneak’ into the postseason, anything can happen.
Blackhawks prospect burst onto the scene two years ago at prospect camp, but struggled mightily during his first AHL season.