The Chicago Blackhawks aren’t in a prospect quandary entering the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
Stan Bowman’s phone is usually active at this time of year, be it with him making calls or receiving them.
The Chicago Blackhawks released their preseason schedule and some training camp information, and they’ll once again be opening camp at their general manager’s alma mater.
Many observers would argue that the Blackhawks are in need of a second-line center and have been for a while.
Well, what about Ryan Kesler? Would he fit the bill?
Stan Bowman has made it known just how much he intends to re-sign Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, even using the term "Blackhawks for life" in the past.