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Mark Lazerus is a former Chicago Blackhawks reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Blackhawks winger Dylan Sikura eager to shed ‘prospect’ label for good

After playing in five games with the Hawks last season, the prolific Northeastern grad is aiming for a top-six role.

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Prolific playoff performance propels Victor Ejdsell to the brink of the NHL

Big winger's breakout performance during the IceHogs' playoff run last spring has him eyeing a top-six role with the Blackhawks.

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Nicolas Beaudin happy to fly under the radar as Blackhawks’ second first-rounder

Taken in the first round, but after Adam Boqvist, Beaudin has been impressive through the first two games of the prospect tournament.

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Henri Jokiharju welcomes the competition and the challenge as camp nears

The 2017 first-round pick hopes to pull off what Boston's Charlie McAvoy did, breaking into the NHL as a 19-year-old.

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Blackhawks ‘confident’ but not certain Corey Crawford will be ready for camp

Blackhawks' top prospects will get a head start on the rest of the team as they play in Traverse City tournament this weekend.

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1961 Stanley Cup champion Ab McDonald dies at 82

Four-time Stanley Cup champion scored the game-winning goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final for the Blackhawks.

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Blackhawks legend Stan Mikita dead at 78

Franchise leader in games played, assists and points was suffering from Lewy body dementia for the past several years.

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Nick Schmaltz wants to take the next step and become a ‘top guy’

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.

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Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford: ‘I am not at 100 percent yet’

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.’’

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Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville focusing on his work, not his job security

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.