Hawk’s Blunk also gets contract extension

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The Blackhawks announced Thursday that senior vice president Jay Blunk received a contract extension. It comes just days after team president John McDonough was rewarded one from Hawks chairman Rocky Wirtz.

“Jay deserves a tremendous amount of credit for what has gone on with the Blackhawks business operations over the past two years,” McDonough said in a statement. “He has brought that area to a higher level and will continue to use his innovative and aggressive style to make us better and stronger. I am proud to have the opportunity to work with Jay as we continue to build an elite organization.”

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